cloudHQ_net: Latest #Office365 Updates Now Include Microsoft Planner and More https://t.co/me2vfhatBJ By @thurrott #cloud https://t.co/93fU0G6sSw

cloudHQ_net: Latest #Office365 Updates Now Include Microsoft Planner and More

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msretail: Businesses moving from #legacyIT gain lift from #cloud management platforms https://t.co/Kp7leyIpYD @AccentureCloud https://t.co/nO0FgrJEEZ

msretail: Businesses moving from #legacyIT gain lift from #cloud management platforms https://t.co/Kp7leyIpYD @AccentureCloud https://t.co/nO0FgrJEEZ

Implementing strong user authentication with Windows Hello for Business (Technical Case Study)

Microsoft IT implemented Windows Hello for Business, a new credential in Windows 10, to help increase security when accessing corporate resources. In Windows 10, this feature offers a streamlined user sign-in experience — it replaces passwords with strong two-factor authentication by combining an enrolled device with a PIN or biometric user input for sign in. Windows Hello was easy to implement within our existing identity infrastructure and is compatible for use within our remote access solution.

https://www.microsoft.com/itshowcase/Article/Content/756/

Deploying and updating Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus (Technical White Paper)

New capabilities make it easier than ever to deploy Office 365 and manage ongoing updates. Microsoft IT used System Center Configuration Manager to automate the upgrade to Office 365 ProPlus 2016. We also used update channels, now available for Office 365, to specify the cadence for ongoing Office updates. They are delivered on a schedule that works best for users’ business needs. As a result, our users enjoyed one of the smoothest upgrade experiences ever.

https://www.microsoft.com/itshowcase/Article/Content/757/

Installing System Center Configuration Manager 1602 using in-console updates (Technical Case Study)

Microsoft IT installed the latest update to System Center Configuration Manager (version 1602) using a new in-console service. The in-console update service automates many tasks, such as checking that prerequisites are met before an update, and helps ensure that we are running the latest version. It delivers updates as they are available, with no service packs or cumulative update versions for us to download and deploy separately. Updates are now much easier to manage.

https://www.microsoft.com/itshowcase/Article/Content/755/