Planning for Office 365 Disaster Recovery

Microsoft positions Office 365 as an all-in-one solution for office productivity solutions that covers all an organization’s needs. Office 365 is designed to be resilient, and redundant in ways that are supposed to survive any incident without the need for administrators to do much of anything. Is that really true?

In this Redmond TechAdvisor webcast, Nathan O'Bryan (MVP: Office Servers and Services and MCSM: Messaging) will talk about how Office 365 protects your data, and what you can do to prepare for the possible gaps in Microsoft’s protection strategy.

He will answer questions like:

  • Should you backup your Office 365 data?
  • What does Microsoft do to protect your data?
  • How does your disaster recovery plan effect compliance requirements?

Register today!

 

Date: 09/14/2017

Time: 11:00 am PT

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Securing Your Office 365 Deployment

Date: Thursday, August 24, 2017 at 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET

With tens of millions of users with Office 365 identities stored in Azure Active Directory, it’s absolutely essential to understand what these identities are and what access is granted to those identities. Knowing who can access what information throughout Azure Active Directory and your Office 365 organization is of paramount importance. Information residing in Azure, Azure Active Directory and OneDrive for Business is often sensitive enough to become a subject of compliance efforts and security measures that need to be taken to protect your organization from a high-profile security breach.

In this webcast Microsoft MVP and MCSM Nathan O'Bryan will be joined by Joey Heaton to talk about how Quest solutions can help secure your Office 365 tenant.

We’ll cover security solutions for:

  • Azure Active Directory
  • Azure Tenant/Subscription/Licensing
  • Exchange Online
  • OneDrive for Business
  • Hybrid Permissions by Account

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Windows 10 as a Service, Keeping Up with the Changing Landscape

In recent years, Microsoft has changed its strategy and its business model. Microsoft, the world’s largest software company, is no longer interested in selling software.

What does that mean for IT and  how can the enterprise adapt to the changing IT landscape?

Join Microsoft MVP Nathan O’Bryan in this Redmond TechAdvisor for a discussion about:

  • How Windows and Office will be sold and updated in the future
  • Why keeping current is going to be more important to the stability and security of your IT department
  • Potential pitfalls and challenges for IT departments as they move into this new model

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Ensuring Rock Solid Unified Endpoint Management

Date: Wednesday, July 26, 2017 at 11:00 AM PDT / 2:00 PM EDT

Rock-solid unified endpoint management (UEM) is possible when you have the right tools and right techniques. Join us at this Redmond webinar where we’ll reveal best practices that can help you manage all the devices connecting to your infrastructure.

Join Microsoft MVP Nathan O’Bryan and Quest engineer Bruce Johnson in an open discussion about:

  • Unified endpoint management and what it means
  • Considerations for consistent management of all your devices
  • Potential pitfalls and challenges of combining management of diverse devices

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Extending the Power BI Adoption Pack capabilities for Office 365

Join Karl Sand, Product Manager, NA & Nathan O’Bryan, Microsoft MVP on June 21st to learn about the new Power BI Office 365 Adoption Dashboard and feature enhancements made to the Office 365 Admin Center. In this webinar, we will show you how accessing more detailed information about user activity can help identify groups that need more training and incentives to utilize certain workloads. Find out how you can improve your operational performance and help increase user productivity through the adoption of Office 365 capabilities.

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