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100% FREE Webinar Series – Learn from Home while you Work from Home

We believe this is a great time to empower ourselves and our organizations!  In response to 100’s of requests for ‘something new to learn’ we have put together a 100% FREE webinar series that will be sure to provide you with some skills that are sure to impress! Do you…

We believe this is a great time to empower ourselves and our organizations!  In response to 100’s of requests for ‘something new to learn’ we have put together a 100% FREE webinar series that will be sure to provide you with some skills that are sure to impress! Do you…

WFH Safety & Best Practices

On December 31st 2019, China reported its first case of COVID-19 (LINK). Less than a month later WHO declared it an international public health hazard and many of us didn’t fully comprehend the impact it would have on our daily lives then. Now, 3 months into this world pandemic, we have…

On December 31st 2019, China reported its first case of COVID-19 (LINK). Less than a month later WHO declared it an international public health hazard and many of us didn’t fully comprehend the impact it would have on our daily lives then. Now, 3 months into this world pandemic, we have…

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There are lots of pros and cons to working remotely. Pro? Don’t have to head into the office every day. Con? Don’t have a great way to communicate or interact with a team on a consistent basis. There are tons of collaboration tools these days. Being a Microsoft Partner, we…

There are lots of pros and cons to working remotely. Pro? Don’t have to head into the office every day. Con? Don’t have a great way to communicate or interact with a team on a consistent basis. There are tons of collaboration tools these days. Being a Microsoft Partner, we…

Multi-factor authentication in Office 365

Multi-factor authentication is a necessity these days.  As mentioned in our previous blog post (LINK), scammers are actively trying to gain access to end-user mailboxes for their own malicious activities. Most people think of this attack as hacking, but this couldn’t be further from the truth; often access is gained…

Multi-factor authentication is a necessity these days.  As mentioned in our previous blog post (LINK), scammers are actively trying to gain access to end-user mailboxes for their own malicious activities. Most people think of this attack as hacking, but this couldn’t be further from the truth; often access is gained…

How to close the Office 365 Email Forwarding security gap

It should come as no surprise that the flood of phishing emails being sent out are doing more than just amassing credentials from unsuspecting people. Scammers are using these credentials to log into the now compromised accounts to gain confidential information (like credit card numbers or wire transfer account numbers)….

It should come as no surprise that the flood of phishing emails being sent out are doing more than just amassing credentials from unsuspecting people. Scammers are using these credentials to log into the now compromised accounts to gain confidential information (like credit card numbers or wire transfer account numbers)….

SharePoint & Flow – Vacation Requests

It’s that time of the season where vacation requests are starting to come in for summer. Whether your organization is small or large, having an approval system in place can be crucial to keep things straight and make sure not too many people are out at the same time. Below…

It’s that time of the season where vacation requests are starting to come in for summer. Whether your organization is small or large, having an approval system in place can be crucial to keep things straight and make sure not too many people are out at the same time. Below…

Skype is dead

Skype is Dead; Long live Teams Like Thanos from Marvel’s Avengers, Teams is inevitable. Microsoft has been rather vocal about its intent to put to sleep Skype for Business Online (The Skype services hosted in Office 365). Even with the official deadline of July 31, 2021 Microsoft is pushing its…

Skype is Dead; Long live Teams Like Thanos from Marvel’s Avengers, Teams is inevitable. Microsoft has been rather vocal about its intent to put to sleep Skype for Business Online (The Skype services hosted in Office 365). Even with the official deadline of July 31, 2021 Microsoft is pushing its…

Life with YubiKey; Physical Security Tokens – It’s not there yet

Back in 2018 Google announced the Titan security key with overwhelming internal success. Since Microsoft hasn’t entered this market yet, we thought we’d give the leading 3rd party provider, YubiKey, a spin. YubiKey is a physical access token that plugs into the USB port of your computer. When a website…

Back in 2018 Google announced the Titan security key with overwhelming internal success. Since Microsoft hasn’t entered this market yet, we thought we’d give the leading 3rd party provider, YubiKey, a spin. YubiKey is a physical access token that plugs into the USB port of your computer. When a website…

Speeding up the Financial Reporting (Management Reporter) refresh in a Sandbox

Background Let me first preface this post with giving a shout-out to the Critical Situation Management and Escalation team at Microsoft.  I was able to work with them throughout the night to get a recent issue with Management Reporter resolved even though I created my ticket around 5:30 Central Time. …

Background Let me first preface this post with giving a shout-out to the Critical Situation Management and Escalation team at Microsoft.  I was able to work with them throughout the night to get a recent issue with Management Reporter resolved even though I created my ticket around 5:30 Central Time. …

Office 365 & MFA Bypass – Security hole for the sake of legacy support?

Recently there was an article published by Proofpoint (LINK) that discovered a security hole, for the sake of legacy email protocols, in Office 365’s MFA (And G-Suite for that matter). When using the legacy email protocols of IMAP or POP users (hackers) are not prompted for MFA and therefore can…

Recently there was an article published by Proofpoint (LINK) that discovered a security hole, for the sake of legacy email protocols, in Office 365’s MFA (And G-Suite for that matter). When using the legacy email protocols of IMAP or POP users (hackers) are not prompted for MFA and therefore can…

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