Category Archives: Azure AD

Using Intune to enable WIP to protect Enterprise data on Windows 10 devices (MAM-WE)

Introduction In a previous post you reviewed what Windows Information Protection (WIP) is and how you can configure Intune to use it, you then deployed a WIP policy to a group of users and verified the end result on a … Continue reading

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Windows AutoPilot – questions and answers

Introduction Yesterday I attended an informative webcast with Meyyammai (Maya) Subramanian and  Michael Niehaus about Windows 10 AutoPilot entitled Webcast + live Q&A on Windows AutoPilot: July 27th. Windows 10 AutoPilot is the future of Windows deployment and uses elements from … Continue reading

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Manage Windows 10 in your organization – transitioning to modern management

Introduction Use of personal devices for work, as well as employees working outside the office, may be changing how your organization manages devices. Certain parts of your organization might require deep, granular control over devices, while other parts might seek … Continue reading

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New training on MVA covers Azure AD, Intune, Information Protection, Advanced Treat Analytics, and Cloud App Security

Introduction Microsoft have released a bunch of new training material covering Azure AD, Intune, Information Protection, Advanced Treat Analytics, and Cloud App Security on the Microsoft Virtual Academy site. The course is detailed and very well put together and covers … Continue reading

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#AzureAD Conditional Access Policies for iOS, Android and Windows are in Preview!

Introduction Microsoft is excited to announce the Preview of device-based policies for Azure AD Conditional Access! These policies help you stay in control of your organization’s data by restricting access to enterprise managed devices. Policies can be applied on a … Continue reading

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