This weekend I had the privilege to speak at SharePoint Saturday in Madrid. The session was about Automation in Office 365. See the slides below
This week I had the privilege to speak at DIWUG about securing your Office 365 environment. This time I started from a governance point of view. So what policies do we have and do we need before we can set up the security in Office 365. Also what licenses are available and do we need additional licenses to satisfy our security needs.
Today I had the privilege to speak at SharePoint Saturday Genève. I did a session about security in a cloud environment when you are moving from an on-premises environment to the cloud. The security then moves from your perimeter network to the user’s identity. The session gave an overview of the tools in Azure AD to secure the cloud identity.
This week I had the privilege to speak at Office 365 connect.
My session was scheduled on the second day at 9 am. My session was about Protecting your data in Office 365 and had the big room where the keynote was yesterday.
For me, this was the first time on a big event speaking and was a bit excited on doing this. After just a few minutes it felt good and had a great presentation with good feedback from the audience.
This weekend I had the privilege to speak at SharePoint Saturday in Leicester. Here I did a session on Protecting your data in office 365. I talked about how we did security before the cloud and what Microsoft provides to keep your data safe in Office 365. I showed Multifactor authentication with Conditional Access, disabling legacy authentication, Privileged Identity Management, Identity Secure Score and Password less Authentication.
See my deck below
This morning I had the ability to deliver a session at SharePoint Saturday in the Netherlands. The session is about first line workers and what Office 365 has to offer them. See below a really great sketchnote that Luise (@LuiseFreese) made.
joined a nice session regarding firstlineworkers with @arjancornelis at @spsnl #SPSNL18 #spsnl pic.twitter.com/93nbCsQbD9
— Luise Freese 👑 MVP | getting fit 🏃🏻♀️ (@LuiseFreese) June 30, 2018 The complete presentation can be viewed on SlideShare [slideshare id=103742312&doc=20180630-spsnlusingoffice365foryourfirstlineworkers-180630111437]
Today I had the privilege to present at SharePoint Saturday in Bremen. At first, I would go only as an attendee. Unfortunately, Albert Hoitingh got Ill and I asked if I could do a session in that slot. They were happy to give me the slot and I did my presentation about “We are moving to the cloud, What about security”. I needed some time before the session to go over the slides and make a few adjustments.
This week I had the privilege to do a presentation at DIWUG. This time the presentation was about the security questions when you move to the cloud.
We are used to control everything in the on-premises world but we cannot do the same in a cloud environment, so we need to adapt to this.
This presentation was about the options there are in the Microsoft Cloud to make it secure. Microsoft already did a lot for the security, but a lot can and must be done on the customers side to make it fit your needs.
This week I did a presentation at DIWUG about how to use Azure Automation in combination with Office 365
I told about the possibilities of Azure Automation, what you can do with it in general and then zoomed in on specific tasks within Office 365 like setting the useslocation of your users. When you need a Hybrid configuration and how you can use version control with your scripts.