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    Microsoft Security – Get all users without a compliant device

    When you want activate security it is useful to understand who will potentially be negatively impacted by your settings. For instance if your enabling compliant device requirement for certain applications, I would recommended knowing who will be blocked and doesn’t have a compliant device they can access the applications from. If you are implementing Azure […]

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  • Combine Business Plans with Standalone Plans

    Combine Business Plans with Standalone Plans

    Business Essentials and Premium are closer to the Enterprise Service Family then previous Small and MidSize Service Family, and by that we mean the possibility to mix Standalone Plans is available for Business Essentials and Premium Service Family aswell. Not only reserved for Enterprise Service Family. Technet Office 365 Plan Options gives us an overview […]

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  • Shocking news! Windows Intune renamed Microsoft Intune

    Shocking news! Windows Intune renamed Microsoft Intune

    Earlier Windows Azure was renamed Microsoft Azure, so now we see Windows Intune beeing renamed Microsoft Intune. Not realy a big deal to us consuming the services, but I like the thought that Microsoft isn’t only acknowledging Windows as the only Operating System. A much healthier way of driving Technology for us consumers 🙂 Technet […]

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I am Roy Apalnes, a Microsoft Cloud Evangelist working av Sopra Steria. Main focus in Microsoft Security and Endpoint Management, with a bigger picture in mind.

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