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Azure Powered Rights Management and Document Tracking

Moving your data to the cloud is not a trivial task, not only from technical standpoint but even from user adoption and business justification. Every organization deal with their challenges in different ways, some take the route of implementing least disruptive workload like exchange (mail) and some go with higher business impact workload like SharePoint Online. Which ever route […]

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Speaking at Tech-Ed Summit

At the end of the day isn’t it all about user experience? Office 365 groups does just that by unifying these experiences across the various Office 365 services. Groups provides teams a way to work together across Exchange, OneDrive, SharePoint, and Yammer, integrating the best of all worlds. I’ll be speaking at the Northeast Tech-Ed summit at Boston and Hartford next […]

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Microsoft Ignite 2015 Sway

If you have already played with Sway (member of Office 365) then I bet you’re in love with it, and if you have not yet then you’re going to love this. I thought of presenting a recap of the conference in the form of a Sway publicly available here. Sway is an app that lets […]

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New features for Office 365 SSO and RMS – Ignite 2015

Some very exciting new capabilities were announced here (Ignite conference) as part of the Office 365 suite powered by Azure AD and rights management service. I will share two of these here • Cloud App Discovery • Document Tracking Cloud App Discovery With 365 you’re already setup for SSO but if you require some advanced […]

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Office 365 NextGen Portals Under the Hood – Ignite 2015

Family of NextGen portals Video Delve Infopedia Notion of these portals is built on the following pillars Intelligent Mobile Social Ready to go NEXTGEN PORTAL MODEL NEXTGEN PORTAL ARCHITECTURE Office 365 Video Powered by azure media services Easily consume Share ideas broadly (rich discoverable social video across devices with yammer embedded) Secure & easy to manage […]

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Threat Resistance in Windows 10 – Ignite 2015

Enterprise and Personal Security Model revolves around: Identity protection Info protection Threat resistance Windows 10 addresses the threat resistance in the following three ways: 1. Windows Hello (will use fingerprints, facial recognition and biometrics.) Unlocks your device with biometrics and gives access to your MS passport 2. EDP (Enterprise data protection) Enrollments –> Data Ingress (everything […]

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HUGE Improvements Announced for SharePoint 2016 – Ignite 2015

Bill Baer today shared and announced some significant changes coming up in SharePoint 2016. To quote him: “SharePoint 2016 is the most durable version shipped till date.” (tweet this) These announcements are very welcoming, not only from a IT admin perspective but also for the end user (file size, list threshold etc.) This might be the […]

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New Capabilities in Azure Storage – Ignite 2015

New Design Patterns Application Layer Encryption Encrypt storage data in your apps – auto encrypt and decrypt prior to receiving and after receiving storage. Key vault service is integrated for users to send their keys. Seamless integration – blobs (full blob upload) Direct Data Access (enables clients to access storage directly) using delegated AuthZ Shared […]

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Next-Gen Information Protection Announcements – Ignite 2015

The following are my notes from the Next-Gen Information Protection announcements at Microsoft Ignite 2015. Microsoft thinks about security in three ways: Being pervasive Transparent People-centric Pervasive – policy applied to data level (when its created inside the ecosystem) so it goes with data across devices. Unified compliance – running data through compliance center across email, […]

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New SharePoint Online Migration API Announcement – Ignite 2015

The single biggest benefit of this new Migration PowerShell API is speed. Close to 5 times faster than CSOM calls. The new API was released today and is available for public consumption. An Overview Source – file share, SharePoint on-prem, potentially any other data source Package – create package for the API to be able to accept it […]

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Office 365 Groups Roadmap Announcement – Ignite 2015

You will find some exciting announcements and investments, but before we discuss the future roadmap, let’s dive in to background and benefits of Groups. The world has changed Earlier – Information moves slowly. Fixed workforces; siloed teams. Believed in command and control Now – information travels fast. Leverage the on demand; global talent pool. Always […]

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Office 365 Data Loss Prevention in Transit – Ignite 2015

Office 365 Data loss protection (DLP) comes with 6 to 7 predefined templates, MS is adding 20-30 every month One central place to manage all workloads (SP, OD4B, Exchange) . Admin Actions Block access to content for SME. They shouldn’t be able to see end user content. Send email notification Policy tip (like outlook) across all workloads Target policies […]

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SharePoint 2016 Roadmap Announced – Ignite 2015

SharePoint always had focus on key trends: Modern collaboration Content Management Personalized insights Security compliance  SharePoint Evolution   Delve people profile will be part of SharePoint sites. (replaces the mysite profile and org chart scenarios). This UI allows for authoring capability (blog). Office graph is future for powering all of these experiences. On Premise Investment […]

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Protect Against Data Loss in Transit in Office 365 – Ignite 2015

Office 365 Data loss protection (DLP) comes with 6 to 7 predefined templates, MS is adding 20-30 every month One central place to manage all workloads (SP, OD4B, Exchange) . Admin Action Block access to content for SME. They shouldn’t be able to see end user content. Send email notification Policy tip (like outlook) across all workloads Target policies […]

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Key Announcements at Microsoft Ignite Keynote – Satya Nadella

It’s absolutely stunning atmosphere here in Chicago. What a breathtaking use of technology and level of energy with 23,000 technology folks here at Microsoft Ignite. It took two full days just to arrange chairs for the keynote! Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella spoke about how businesses are being transformed and will be the focus of Microsoft […]

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Office 365 – “A Day in Life” Outlook Tips

Email is a primary channel in our work lives and is an integral part of how we communicate and get things done. We continuously strive to make our life simpler and automate the repetitive tasks, and email is no different. This not only encompasses the enterprise email user but also the personal email user. Outlook has always […]

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Office 365 People Experiences

Following on my previous posts in series “Office 365 – A day in life of an end user”, today I bring to you a recent discussion between the Microsoft team and Office 365 community around Delve. It touches on some real great areas on how this new feature enhances the people experience. ————————————————– Overview  On April 15th Microsoft […]

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Boosting Cloud Security in Office 365

Microsoft has been spearheading the security campaign across cloud services. This week has been in focus with announcements of new capabilities affecting SharePoint Online (SPO), Email, and customer controls. I’ve been involved in numerous customer strategy sessions where similar concerns were raised. It is becoming increasingly clear that customers are expecting higher level of security controls […]

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New Additions to Delve

This post goes one level further in showcasing features within Office 365 which makes day in life more productive (Read the previous post in this series) In order to get more background on Delve, read my previous articles here 1. Delve 2. Everything about Delve 3. How Delve makes life easier 4. Global Rollout “Check out […]

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Advanced Content Targeting in SharePoint – Part 3

This is the third post in this series. In the last two posts (here and here), we implemented a custom token for the logged in user which filters incoming content in the search index based on the user’s profile attributes, and then creating display templates to render custom result URLs. Today we will dive into […]

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