Saturday, September 03, 2022

Basic Authentication Deprecation in Exchange Online Update !

Starting October 1st  Microsoft will start to turn off basic authentication for specific protocols in Exchange Online for customers who are still using them .

Many Organizations following the last announcement started to make recommended changes in their environment, but some of the organizations are not yet prepared and few Organizations are on the journey and still need time to accommodate the changes,  and to aid this Microsoft team published the updated article this week providing option for one time re-enablement , with this option customers will be able to use the self-service diagnostic to re-enable basic auth for any protocols they need, once per protocol starting this month so that in October Microsoft will not not disable the  Basic Auth for the protocols and they can use until December 2022, and during the first week of calendar year 2023, those protocols will be disabled for basic auth use permanently.

Refer the below article for more details : Basic Authentication Deprecation in Exchange Online – September 2022 Update

Saturday, August 20, 2022

Saturday, August 06, 2022

Exam Readiness Zone

Getting ready for Microsoft Certification, here is a great resource from Microsoft launched recently to help you in this journey as a part of Official Exam preparation.

Access here: Exam Readiness Zone

Saturday, June 04, 2022

Exchange Server VNext Comes in 2025 !

Microsoft Exchange Team announced the news regarding next version of Exchange Server that would be made available in the second half of 2025, which gives us hope that On-premises Exchange Server will still be available, and also shared more details regarding their support policy changes with much more exciting news including the come back of  Microsoft Exchange Community Conference which is now called as “Microsoft Exchange Community (MEC) Technical Airlift 2022 

Access the blog post here to know more: Exchange Server Roadmap Update

Monday, May 30, 2022

Microsoft Build Cloud Skills Challenge 2022 is On !

Microsoft Build event for 2022 completed last week, you can get more details on the News site here, as a part of the event, Microsoft Build Cloud Skills Challenge 2022 is now live.

You can select any of the challenge from available 8 challenges, and earn a free Microsoft Certification from the list of Eligible Exams .

Access the Challenge here: Microsoft Build Cloud Skills Challenge 2022

Tuesday, November 02, 2021

Microsoft Ignite Book of News now Available

 Microsoft Ignite 2021 event has begun with lot of exiting announcements, Access the Book of News Available now to know them.

Access here: Microsoft Ignite Book of News 

Follow @MS_Ignite Twitter handle for regular updates.

Sunday, October 17, 2021

Microsoft Ignite 2021

Microsoft Ignite 2021 is coming this November, this year also its hosted as a digital event, get yourself registered soon. 

Event Home Page: Microsoft Ignite 2021

Register here: Microsoft Ignite Registration

Also sign-up to get notified for the upcoming Cloud Skills challenge to earn a Free Microsoft Certification : Microsoft Ignite Cloud Skills Challenge November 2021

Follow @MS_Ignite Twitter handle for regular updates.

Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Cybersecurity Learning with Microsoft Learn

 As a part of Cybersecurity Awareness Month initiative Microsoft team has published an excellent Tech Community article covering essential resources from Microsoft learn that can help you with your Cybersecurity Learning journey.

Access here: Deepen your cybersecurity knowledge with Microsoft Learn 

Microsoft 365 Licensing

Understanding Microsoft 365 Licensing is essential for any Organization adopting the product line and to ease this process, Aaron Dinnage MSFT has created an excellent site covering all the the Licensing models available, you can access the old post here covering the Licensing diagrams from Aaron. This site is an essential tool for any IT Administrator working with Microsoft 365.

Access here: Microsoft 365 Licensing

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