Add a warning for external email

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A good way to help users not fall victim to email phishing attacks is to let them know when an email is External. Emails may pretend to be from a ‘Internal’ person can be marked so it helps the end user make a informed decision on opening links contained.

Stop the Microsoft Teams Clutter!

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During the global COVID-19 pandemic many organisations have started to heavily use Microsoft Teams for their collaboration. With that comes huge amounts of redundant data. Here is a quick guide on the configuration of Microsoft Teams Retention policies.

Symantec Endpoint Protection end of life (EOL)

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Symantec Endpoint Protection is probably the most used antivirus solution for SME due to its ease of management and rollout is now coming to its end of life! Time to act, what to do!?

Disaster Recovery: How to Configure Azure Site Recovery for DR

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Continuing on from the previous article “Backup your on-premises Servers to Microsoft Azure”, we go one step further and show how to configure your on-premises VMware environment to use Azure version of Disaster Recovery called Azure Site Recovery.

Microsoft 365 Information Protection

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As part of IT Security, Information Protection is the ability to classify and protect documents created by employees. Information Protection provides the ability to restrict who, what and when documents can be opened, read and re-transmitted.

Sync Microsoft 365 Azure Active Directory to Active Directory

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Typically Azure AD Connect is used to sync existing Active Directory users to Microsoft 365 Azure Active Directory, but what happens when your’re deploying a new server and have no users to sync? Or when your Azure Active Directory is already populated and your local Active Directory is empty? We’ll show you how.

How to Create a Site 2 Site Azure VPN

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One of the first steps when moving to the cloud is setting up a network connection from your existing network to Azure. A Virtual Private Network (VPN) between your office and Azure is secure and it’s not too hard to do!