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Azure AD P1 Coming to M365 Business

Microsoft has recently announced the availability of Azure Active Directory Premium P1 for Microsoft 365 Business subscribers. Tenants with Microsoft 365 Business will see Azure AD P1 as early as April and the rollout will be completed by the end of June. In this article, we describe the new features that will be available with Azure AD P1.

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Intune Hybrid Deployment

In today’s current landscape, many MSPs have customers that have CapEx with existing infrastructure. Most notably this includes an on-premise domain controller for Active Directory. Beyond these existing expenditures, there are many group policy objects, file shares, security settings, printers, and more that make moving to a full cloud deployment illogical. In this article, we show you how to to slowly implement Intune to eventually reach full cloud management of devices in your customer environments.

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CIS Controls with Microsoft 365 Business Premium

This document is a guide for mapping Microsoft 365 Business Premium solutions to the Center for Internet Security (CIS) Controls™. It is meant to help define the starting point for your defenses, direct scarce resources towards actions with immediate and high-value payoff, and then focus your attention and resources on additional risk issues that are unique to the business or mission.

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Compare - Microsoft Vendor - Office 365

A comparison of Office 365 plans

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Microsoft Dynamics Launch Kit Guide

Microsoft Dynamics Launch Kit Guide

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Leverage Veritas Enterprise Vault.cloud with Microsoft Office 365 Data Sheet

A product data sheet that reviews how to leverage Veritas Enterprise Vault.cloud with Microsoft Office 365.

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Getting Started Guide - Microsoft CSP

Microsoft CSP Getting Started Guide

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Hardening Microsoft 365 Playbook

The purpose of this document is to minimize the potential for a data breach or a compromised account by following Microsoft security best practices and step through the actual configuration.

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Hardening Office 365 Enterprise Edition

The primary purpose of this document is to minimize the potential for a data breach or a compromised account by following Microsoft security best practices and step through the actual configuration. This document was designed for the Enterprise market who primarily work with the Enterprise skus available from Microsoft.

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Intune Implementation Guide

The purpose of this guide is to lay out the steps for implementing Intune. This guide is assuming you have the M365 Business License. It can apply to EMS licenses but some features will not be covered such as Conditional Access and Windows Autopilot. After the you complete this guide you will have created different device groups, configured autoenrollment of devices, configured policies/profiles for devices, added applications for automatic install, and setup enrollment for Apple, Windows, and Android Devices.

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Microsoft 365 Launch Kit

A launch kit for Microsoft 365.

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Microsoft Business Voice Implementation Guide

This document is a guide to provide an overview of Microsoft Business Voice and show how to configure all necessary settings. It includes licensing, pricing, and features as well as a set-up guide for call queues and auto attendants. The end-user experience is shown in the last section.

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Microsoft Business Voice Launch Kit

Microsoft Business Voice Launch Kit

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Microsoft Teams Cloud Voice Implementation Guide

Microsoft Teams Cloud Voice Implementation Guide

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Windows Autopilot Implementation Guide

The purpose of this guide is to discuss Windows Autopilot and show you how to deploy it across your customers. As we move into the modern desktop environment we begin saving IT pros the effort of having to maintain custom images and drivers for every model of a device being used. This enhances both the end-user and admin experience. In this article we will be discussing licensing requirements, end user experience, device enrollment, and hybrid deployments.

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