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September 3, 2020 | Jeff Melnick

Microsoft Office 365 Security Concerns and How to Address Them

Microsoft Office 365 (now called Microsoft 365) enables collaboration and data sharing via solutions such as SharePoint Online, MS Teams and OneDrive. These applications enjoy widespread use but share a barrier to adoption — security concerns. Fortunately, cloud providers have more resources...
June 23, 2020 | Ryan Brooks

How to Manage Microsoft Office 365 Shared Mailboxes

Shared mailboxes in Microsoft 365 enable teams to collaborate and share email responsibilities. Here, we’ll help you learn how to create, configure and use Microsoft 365 shared mailboxes. Handpicked related content: [Free Download] Office 365 Administrator’s Guide What is a shared...
April 2, 2019 | Jonathan Hassell

Manage Exchange Online with Ease: Steps and Tips

Administering Exchange Online Exchange Online offers mailbox management, calendaring, and collaboration features. Exchange Online admins can manage Exchange Online either using the graphical user interface or using Windows PowerShell cmdlets and the command line. In this article, you’ll learn...
January 10, 2019 | Jonathan Hassell

Exchange Online Protection Quick Reference Guide

Microsoft Office 365 comes with an enterprise-class, cloud-based mail hygiene solution called Microsoft Exchange Online Protection (EOP). Mail sent to your organization is directed by your DNS MX records to the EOP service, where it is scrubbed of spam, malware, unsolicited backscatter, phishing...
September 1, 2020 | Jonathan Hassell

How to Set Up a Hybrid Office 365 and Migrate to Exchange Online

So, you’ve set up a a hybrid Microsoft environment, with Azure Active Directory Connect performing synchronization from your on-prem AD to Office 365 as explained in my post, “Quick Guide: How to Sync Your Active Directory to Office 365.” What about Exchange? You can choose to move completely...
September 1, 2020 | Jonathan Hassell

How to Create, Assign Licenses to, Disable and Delete Office 365 Accounts

Office 365 includes a wide variety of services, such as Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business, that foster communication and collaboration between users. To use Office 365 services, however, each user needs their own user account in Office 365 with assigned licenses. You can...
October 29, 2019 | Jonathan Hassell

Should Mailboxes Be Shared or Inactive?

When people leave the company, change roles, or departments get closed, oftentimes you’ll need to keep the messages and mailbox contents that accumulated while those accounts were in service. To do this used to be fairly simple for organizations that were running Exchange Server on premises...
September 1, 2020 | Danny Murphy

Exchange Best Practices: How to Detect Who Accessed Another User’s Mailbox

Using shared mailboxes in Office 365 can facilitate communication in team projects. However, giving multiple users access permissions for the same mailbox increases the risk of security incidents and leaks of sensitive data. Non-owners with access rights can, unintentionally or maliciously, forward...
July 6, 2020 | Alex Vovk

4 Rules to Enhance Email Security in the Cloud

The long-existing problem of email hacking appears to be unsolved by 2016. According to the recent warning released by FBI, companies have lost above $2.3 billion over the past three years due to email frauds, in which the employees are tricked into wiring funds to adversaries by fake messages sent...
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