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5 Big New Microsoft Teams Features And Announcements

The company is rolling out new capabilities for video meetings, such as "Together Mode," which places users in a shared background. Microsoft on Wednesday signaled that it's continuing to invest heavily in development of its Teams collaboration app amid surging usage. The Redmond, Wash.-based company announced that Teams--which has seen its user base explode during the shift ...

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Moving Your Line Of Business (LOB) Apps to Azure

As businesses are starting to open their doors again to their workers and clients, many lessons have been learned from the advent of the COVID 19 pandemic.  First and foremost is the need for Business Continuity (BC) Planning.  In this regard, many entities in Corporate America have come up short on this end, and that ...

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Using Powershell to Whitelist Your Emails in M365

Another way you can add domains to a Whitelist in M365 is by using a script known as “PowerShell”.  To do this, follow these steps: 1. Make use of this specific script: Param( $ruleName, $domainListFilePath ) #Read the contents of the text file into an array $safeDomainList = Get-Content $domainListFilePath #Create a new array ...

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How To Quarantine & Whitelist Your Emails In M365

Given the Cybersecurity threat landscape which has been greatly exacerbated by COVID19, how do you really know if your Email has been successfully delivered until you get a reply (and this could take days given today’s environment)? Well, this is where the concept of “Quarantining” and “Whitelisting” comes into play and is the focal point ...

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Are You Getting The Most Out of Your Microsoft 365?

All of the applications that you need for your business are now available in the Cloud.  So, all you have to do is just download whatever apps you may need in a matter of minutes, at an extremely affordable price (typical M365 pricing is around $10.00/user). But while this is certainly advantageous, are you truly harnessing ...

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Understanding Microsoft Security Licensing

Now that a majority of the popular Microsoft software applications are available as a hosted platform (or in other words, you can access them via the “Software as a Service”, or “SaaS” model), one of the other thoughts that will be on your mind is that of the security which comes with these applications.  This ...

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Microsoft 365 Education Licensing

There is another group of players that are impacted by the current environment. This is the educational industry. At the present time, teachers of all grade levels, and even university/college professors are constantly being challenged to teach their students from the virtual world, without any form of direct interaction. For example, all lectures, homework, and exams ...

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To All KAMIND Colleagues

To All KAMIND Colleagues, I wanted to let you know about a new feature in Office 365 - You can find it in the Security and Compliance Center. There are helpful training tips about how to protect your company against security breaches. Microsoft has put together some training programs for all clients. The information is located ...

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How To Recognize a Phishing Email

How To Recognize a Phishing Email Introduction – The First Phishing Attack Truth be told, Phishing has been around for quite a long time.  In fact, it even predates the era of the Internet Bubble, which occurred in the mid to late 90’s.  The first known Phishing attack that was made public happened to AOL, in 1999.  ...

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DHS Creates Tool to Predict How Long SARS-CoV-2 Lives on Surfaces

Thousands of users accessed the new calculator on its initial day of launch. Researchers in the Homeland Security Department’s Science and Technology Directorate recently produced and continue to update a predictive modeling tool that forecasts the natural decay of SARS-CoV-2—the virus that causes COVID-19—on surfaces under relevant temperature and humidity conditions. The SARS-CoV-2 Natural Decay Calculator pulls insights from in-progress research efforts ...

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