Automate automate automate, that should be part of my job title. In this post I’m going to talk about a lesser known feature of Azure AD, which is now available to anyone with A3/E3 or above, group based licensing. With Microsoft’s retirement of the AzureAD and MSOL modules (replaced with MSGraph) you will need to […]
AWS News On Demand Webinars Getting Started with the AWS Cloud Essentials I On Demand (70 minutes) Securing Your AWS Cloud I On Demand (90 minutes) Machine Learning Basics I On-Demand (90 minutes) How Amazon SageMaker Can Help I On Demand (60 minutes) Strategies and Tools to Perform Large-Scale Migrations I On Demand (90 minutes) […]
A recording of the recent session run by Richard Jackson and Colm Blake of the Jisc cloud solutions team at the Jisc Security Conference. The session covers best practices for the configuration of Office 365, Windows 10/11 and the Enterprise Mobility and Security (EMS) suite.
In our discussions with our customers, one of the most common questions that arise is “Do I need to back up my Office 365 data?”. While this blog is not written to answer that question, my next post might attempt to, one of the key services in the Microsoft 365 platform to reduce or remove […]
Zero Trust is a concept which has been around for at least the last decade. Whilst organisations were aware of it and implementing aspects of a Zero Trust architecture, it was not until 2020, for obvious reasons, that pretty much every organisation was forced into thinking about its adoption; responding to a distributed and fragmented […]
Introduction With the unprecedented events of 2020 and the requirements for home working/studying, everyone must have been aware of the huge growth of video conferencing. Zoom has seen a 355% increase in its revenues alone, but it is hard to argue that it ended up as Microsoft Teams’ year. The rush towards communications, with the […]
Jisc’s cloud solutions team worked to migrate ucisa’s systems to Microsoft’s public cloud infrastructure, using both Azure and Office 365. The migration meant that ucisa now uses public cloud infrastructure for email, membership application, accountancy and web domain services. To see more details please review our ucisa case study