On July 28th, Microsoft held a free webcast for business owners and Microsoft Partners to learn about their offerings and suggestions regarding server usage. The 45 minute presentation covered topics such as cloud computing, security advantages and protection options of when using a server, and how to make the most productive investments for your business. If you didn't get a chance to check out this webcast last Thursday, or maybe you want to catch up on a part that you might have missed, this blog post will provide you with a brief recap of the main points.
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Sunday, 02 November 2014 06:50
I can't count the number of times I've had clients call me because they accidentally shared all the documents from all their sites with a user that should not have that level of access. The permissions configuration in SharePoint can be very cumbersome if it isn't entirely understood. While Microsoft does provide a guide to help you with this, it's still quite confusing. We're going to shed some light on document sharing with SharePoint so you can avoid over sharing.
Tuesday, 23 September 2014 12:00
W hen the standard security offerings that come bundled with Office 365 aren’t good enough for your business needs, two factor authentication with RSA SecurID can help you lock down your documents. We’re going to take a look at what security options come standard with Office 365, how two factor authentication works, and what the RSA SecurID can offer. By the end of this article you’ll know if an RSA SecureID configuration is right for your company and how to get started.
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 12:00
T here are three identity options available for Office 365.
The first option, Microsoft online IDs, is best suited to small businesses. The second, Microsoft online IDs with directory synchronization, works well for medium to large companies. However, if you have a business case that requires two factor authentication, federated identities with directory synchronization is the only way to go. This third option is best suited to large and enterprise organizations, but it’s also the only one that offers two factor authentication - making it your only choice if your business requires two factor authentication.
Friday, 11 July 2014 12:30
Security in Office 365 is an ongoing process. Microsoft strives to keep software and hardware technologies up to date, maintained and verified by experienced and trained personnel. Microsoft has adopted a number of processes to keep Office 365 security the best in the industry including Security Development Lifecycle, Traffic Throttling, Prevent Detect and Mitigate Breach.