Secure data on O365

Secure data on O365

Conditional access is a very interesting feature. It provides an additional level of security. Indeed, access to applications (sharepoint, exchange, etc.) as well as to data can only take place if the user complies with certain conditions. It is common to see conditional access activated to ensure that the MFA is activated or that compliance rules are respected.

We will see a new example. I want to make sure that access to Exchange Online or Sharepoint Online from an IP range or a country gives read-only access to the users concerned by the policy.

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Azure NFS and Veeam

Azure NFS and Veeam

Support for Azure NFS 4.1 is provided by Azure Backup & Replication. Since version 10, it is possible to perform NFS share backup in Azure. To do this, Veeam uses the login credentials of the Azure storage account to access NFS shares.

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Configure FSLogix

FSLogix is a solution that permit to enable and simplify the non-persistent Windows enrvironments. It’s a very good solution for the virtual environments (on private or public cloud). He includes the following features :

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Enterprise State Roaming

Enterprise State Roaming

Windows 10 allows Azure Active Directory users to synchronize their security settings and application parameter data directly in the cloud. This reduces the time required for reconfiguration when using a new device.

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Altaro O365 : The Do’s and Don’ts

Altaro O365 :  The Do's and Don'ts Office365

Office 365 Mailbox Backup: The Do’s and Don’ts

Office 365 is a PAAS (Platform As A Service) platform. Microsoft therefore provides its customers with a platform. The maintenance of this platform as well as the update is the responsibility of the publisher. Contrary to what many customers think, Microsoft is not responsible for the data. In case of data loss, voluntary removal of an employee, file encryption, etc. Microsoft will not be able to be asked to return to the original state.

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The Backup Bible

As the old adage goes: fail to prepare, prepare to fail.

It’s the perfect description for backup yet to this day so many companies don’t have an adequate backup & disaster strategy in place for when the worst-case scenario happens. Just how well are you protecting your vital data?

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Self-Service File Restore Portal

Self-Service File Restore Portal

Restore file or folder

Veeam Backup permit to backup Virtual machine or sysical machine. You can restore folder or file with Veeam Self-Service File Restore Portal.

Limitations

Self-Service File Restore Portal is supported only in the Veeam Backup & Replication Enterprise Plus Edition. This functionnality is available only for Windows machines. The restoration from storage snapshots is not supported by Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager. You need use an account member of local administrator on the local machine.

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Enterprise Manager 10

Enterprise Manager

What is Enterprise Manager 10

Veeam Backup & Replication is a component that enables reporting and management of Veeam Backup & Replication. With Enterprise Manager you can manage a multiple Veeam Backup & Replication from one platform :

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Cumulative patch 2 for Veeam

Cumulative patch 2 for Veeam

Install the Cumulative Patch 2

Before install Cumulative Patch 2 on the Veeam Backup server, you need download the hotfixe. You can use this link

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How to Backup Office 365 Mailboxes with Altaro

How to Backup Office 365 Mailboxes with Altaro

Altaro O365 Backup permit to backup and restore the Office 365 mailboxes and files present on Onedrive or Sharepoint.

The license is of subscription type (annual or multi-year). With Altaro, you can manage and monitor the backup centrally. The storage for the backup is unlimited. Backups are automated and will be taken daily up to 4 times a-day. Afterwards, the registration in the Azure infrastructure of Altaro is carried out.

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