Centralized IT Pro / Enterprise Content of Office 365

Microsoft has created a site that have all resources centralized of Office 365 to IT Pro’s and to Enterprises. In this portal Microsoft have consolidated trusted, authoritative content from multiple Microsoft content sources: Learn what’s included in Office 365 by reviewing the service descriptions. Discover the types of scenarios you can support with Office 365 and hybrid environments versus on-premises server environments, and what else you can do if you integrate…

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Preferred Practices guide for Office 365 ProPlus deployment

Microsoft has released a Guide to Deploy Office 365 Proplus. This guide has been created by a team of subject matter experts from the Office 365 Product Group, Office 365 Product Marketing Group, and delivery experts from Microsoft Services which provides a single source for the Office 365 ProPlus deployment guidance that you need to successfully deploy and manage Office 365 ProPlus, including recommended guidance for discovery of applications, preferred deployment scenarios…

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Demonstrate enterprise features with the Office 365 test lab guides

Office 365 Enterprise E5 has a host of great features tailored to an enterprise organization’s needs for additional security (Advanced Security Management), enhanced protection (Advanced Threat Protection) and the ability to quickly locate and analyze emails, files and other resources that meet specific criteria (Advanced eDiscovery). The Office 365 Enterprise TLGs are a modular set of highly prescriptive articles that step you through: Building a simplified intranet in Azure infrastructure…

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What is the weakest link in your security?

Here’s a sobering realization: You can have the most sophisticated computer security in the world and it won’t always protect you. Everything you rely on to keep your confidential data secure can be accidentally undone by one employee—in a matter of seconds. That’s because hackers, more and more, are attacking the weakest link in your cybersecurity—your end users. It’s called social engineering. And it’s a serious problem. It’s not new.…

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