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  • How Azure Information Protection protects your data? 24 Jan. 2017 Lavanya Rathnam

    All of us are concerned about the safety and privacy of our data. Is someone stealing our confidential information? How can I protect my identity? How can I know who's seeing my content and where is it being shared?

  • Deploying Skype for Business Server (Part 2) - Preparing the environment 19 Jan. 2017 Anderson Patricio

    Preparing the environment to support the first Skype for Business Server deployment which includes DNS, Shared Folder and Central Management Store installation.

  • Deploying Skype for Business Server (Part 1) Preparing Active Directory 12 Jan. 2017 Anderson Patricio

    Preparing Active Directory to support Skype for Business Server 2015.

  • Protecting Corporate Data on Devices using Microsoft Intune MAM Policies (Part 1) 10 Jan. 2017 Henrik Walther

    In this article, I will provide you with an insight into how you can protect the corporate data flowing around on devices using Mobile Applications Management (MAM) policies part of the Microsoft Intune service.

  • Product Review: GSX Gizmo 22 Dec. 2016 Steve Goodman

    There are many things in life that you might be uncertain about. Will the weather be sunny next month, what will next week’s lottery numbers or will you get stuck in traffic on the commute? Unsurprisingly, moving to the cloud brings a lot of uncertainty for IT administrators not only looking to make the move, but looking to rely on it long term, or those managing complex global infrastructures. So, it comes as little surprise that the kind of product I’m reviewing here helps bring a little bit more certainly to those last two examples, but sadly you’re on your own for the lottery numbers.

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