Monthly Archives: July 2016

System Center Configuration Manager 1607 Technical Preview now available !

Introduction Another month, another release, this time System Center Configuration Manager 1607 (Technical Preview). It’s amazing how Microsoft can produce such high quality content on such a tight schedule. What’s New in 1607 The following features are new to 1607: … Continue reading

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Now Available: Update 1606 for System Center Configuration Manager

Introduction Microsoft has released yet another update for System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch), this time it’s version 1606. Once again, we’re pleased to announce that we’ve released a new version of our System Center Configuration Manager current branch (1606) … Continue reading

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Controlling Access to Office 365 and Protecting Content on Devices

Introduction Microsoft have published a PDF about the Conditional Access features in Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security, and how they are designed with built-in data security and protection to keep company data safe, while empowering users … Continue reading

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Custom domain names with Microsoft Intune

Introduction Microsoft has updated the Intune documentation to cover the steps to add and verify a custom domain. Adding and verifying a custom domain The steps to add and verify a custom domain can alternatively be performed in Azure Active … Continue reading

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New in Intune: Conditional access for browsers, Dynamics CRM Online and Cisco ISE

Introduction Wow, Microsoft are busy. Conditional access allows you to manage access to corporate email, files and other resources based on customizable conditions that ensure security and compliance, including location, risk, user, device, and app compliance. As conditions shift, access … Continue reading

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