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  • Azure AD App Management Method Policies Harden Application Security Posture

    Still in public preview, new application authentication method policies will help Microsoft 365 customers adhere to best practices for managing application credentials, while asserting pressure on ISVs to do the same. Going forward we can expect this to turn into a standard configuration, enforced across many organizations. To address the problem, Microsoft is ready to release a set of features to help. In this article, we introduce you to Azure AD application authentication method policies, one of the features in the set. The post Azure AD App Management Method Policies Harden Application Security Posture appeared first on Practical 365.

  • The Practical 365 Update: Episode 27 – News and Commsverse Roundup

    In this week's show, Steve and Paul are joined by Mike weaver for a post-Commsverse roundup, and the latest Microsoft 365, Teams, Viva and Exchange news this week. The post The Practical 365 Update: Episode 27 – News and Commsverse Roundup appeared first on Practical 365.

  • Contemplating Commsverse

    Paul Robichaux provides insights from the independent Microsoft Teams conference, Commsverse, that just took place last week at Mercedez-Benz World outside of London. The post Contemplating Commsverse appeared first on Practical 365.

  • Old Versions of Outlook for Windows Stop Connecting to Exchange Online November 1

    From November 1, 2021, Microsoft requires Outlook 2013 Service Pack 1 (with fixes) as the minimum client version to connect to Exchange Online. Given all the publicity about attacks against the on-premises version of Exchange earlier this year, it's a wonder why organizations continue to allow people to use outdated client software to connect to Exchange Online. In any case, the drop-dead date is November 1. If you have any old Outlook 2007, Outlook 2010, or Outlook 2013 (before SP1) clients, it's time to start upgrading. The post Old Versions of Outlook for Windows Stop Connecting to Exchange Online November 1 appeared first on Practical 365.

  • The Case for Azure AD Join

    Despite the growing acceptance of Azure AD to manage identities, one of its main advantages as a platform that manages and secures identities is Azure AD join (AADJ), which still elicits hesitation amongst many IT professionals. This article delves into the justifications for switching to Azure AD join, breaks down some myths around it, and explains why your default position should be Azure AD join. The post The Case for Azure AD Join appeared first on Practical 365.

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