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Sven Mattheus

“Group Tag”: One of Autopilot’s hidden gems

As most people reading this blog will undoubtfully know, Windows autopilot is the modern deployment method for corporate Windows 10 devices. It allows an enterprise to pre-register corporate owned Windows 10 devices (using their unique hardware hashes) and link these devices to their Azure AD tenant. Once the device is known to the tenant, it is considered a trusted device that can be staged (enrolled) using autopilot.

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Johan Delimon

Avoid the Microsoft Teams “Islands Mode” Trap Part 2

After some issues related to Guest Access Features in Microsoft Teams related to the Upgrade Mode configuration, I decided to update this article. The actual problem with Teams Guest Access Features is related to the fact that the Upgrade Mode at Organizational Level not only dictates what Upgrade Mode is configured by default for users, but this setting also dictates what features Teams Guests have in your tenant.

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Johan Delimon

Avoid the Microsoft Teams “Islands Mode” Trap Part 1

Many customers (both small as well as large Organizations) are complaining about not so obvious and very confusing behavior between Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams. Those Organizations are already using Skype for Business (mainly On-Premises for their Enterprise Voice solution) and have started trials or pilots for Microsoft Teams.

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Michael Van Horenbeeck

5 things 2020 taught me in cybersecurity

In many regards, 2020 was a perilous year. In the wake of a global pandemic, the entire world had to change the way they live and work. This paradigm change not only presented a difficulty for people personally, also from an IT perspective – and more specifically cybersecurity – many new challenges arose from the shift to remote working.

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