Hey Guys, I was going through the office 365 Roadmap on the this link below, found they are planning to increase the mailbox size of E3 and E5 users from 50GB to 100GB. http://fasttrack.microsoft.com/roadmap#R-68127
Something caught be few day back regarding the cloud, everyone does know the word ‘cloud’ and ‘cloud computing’ but you sure how these things work. If we ask someone what are the platform of cloud, they will immediately reply SaaS, PaaS and IaaS. But we barely know what does things are and how it works.
On my previous blog, I have shared my knowledge regarding the security of the Organization with DLP on Document Fingerprints. As all of know how crucial email has been these days, even for any official approval or submission or information circulation we use email. If such critical information on email gets leaked, it might burn
Email has become the Business-Critical application on any of the enterprise. And to secure such infrastructure, there arises a challenge for everyone. If we go with the history of the Microsoft Exchange, since Exchange 2013 Microsoft has enhanced its security feature for the inflow and outflow of the emails. One of the feature for the
On my previous blog of Office 365, I have mentioned how we can create a trial account for the office 365. During the creation of the O365 account, we get one tenant domain with ‘onmicrosoft.com’ on the end. But for the official purpose, we will love to have our own domain to be used as
Skype for Business, formerly known as Microsoft Lync Server, is a unified communication platform that integrates common channels of business communication including instant message (IM), Voice Over IP (VOIP), file transfer, web conferencing, voice mail, video chat and other different activities.
Role Based Access Control (RBAC) is one of the most useful feature on Exchange 2016 or Exchange Online. Although RBAC has been there since Exchange 2007, It has been more enhanced and flexible on Exchange 2016. In Exchange 2007, the server permissions model applied only to the administrators who managed the Exchange 2007 infrastructure. In
This blog might be late post but it is said that it is never late to share and learn anything. So, let me begin with the process of creating a Trial account of O365. To create a trial account, it’s quite easy. Here is the link where you can create your trial account for learning