Shad Morris, IT Service Engineer for the Discovery and Collaboration team, shares best practices for increasing email security using Exchange Online Protection. He discusses how Microsoft IT uses both proactive configuration and reactive policies to block threats at the connection, content, and user levels, and he answers questions from participants.
With the transition to Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft IT migrated mailboxes from on-premises Exchange servers to Exchange Online. This shift changed responsibilities for the Exchange service management team, releasing the team from server maintenance tasks such as applying patches or defining server policies. Andrew Kim, IT Service Manager for the Exchange email and calendaring service, shares how the team refocused roles to improve the end-to-end service experience across client devices and applications.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 has functionality that enables users to access their corporate email, calendar, global address list, and tasks with their personal portable devices. Using Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync within Exchange Server 2010, Microsoft IT (MSIT) delivers significant improvements in employee productivity and satisfaction by enabling employee access to this business-critical information in more than 170,000 user mailboxes.
A hybrid messaging deployment offers the possibility to have some mailboxes located on-premises while others reside in the cloud. Microsoft IT shares its planning and deployment experiences of a hybrid Microsoft Office 365 hybrid messaging solution.
Windows Phones are powerful tools that enable you to work remotely by synchronizing to your corporate email and the corporate network. More and more employees work remotely and use Windows Phones and other mobile devices. However, protecting them is a challenge, because they are small and easily lost or stolen. This guide provides information on securing your Windows Phone.