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Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft Network Connectivity Principles’

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Four Microsoft 365 Network Connectivity Principles You Need to Know (Part 4 of 4)

Welcome back to the last part of our “Four Microsoft 365 network connectivity principles you need to know” blog series! Last time, we discussed the concept of enabling direct connectivity for Microsoft 365 connections If you haven’t had a chance to check that blog post out yet, I encourage you to check it out here. […]

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Four Microsoft 365 Network Connectivity Principles You Need to Know (Part 3 of 4)

Welcome back to part 3 of the “Four Microsoft 365 network connectivity principles you need to know” blog series! Last time we discussed the topic of local egress and how enabling local egress of Microsoft 365 data ensures the greatest chance of the traffic being routed through the closest Microsoft network point of presence in […]

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Four Microsoft 365 Network Connectivity Principles You Need to Know (Part 2 of 4)

Welcome back to our “Four Microsoft 365 network connectivity principles you need to know” blog series, it has been almost 2 months since the first article (sorry for the large gap), so if you haven’t had a chance to read the first blog, you can check it out here. Last time we talked about the […]

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Four Microsoft 365 network connectivity principles you need to know!

If you’re thinking of going to the cloud, one of the first things you should be doing is looking at your network. After all, the corporate network is often the most massive bottleneck between you and the cloud. So what does your network infrastructure look like today? What should it look like if you’re going […]