Answers in Viva is a feature integrated with Viva Engage that allows organizations to curate and harvest questions. Each question requires being marked by a Viva Topic, an essential means to get new questions in front of people who may have the knowledge to answer and manage them.
As discussed in Enhance Active Directory Security with Tiering, Part 1 and Enhance Active Directory Security (Entra ID) with Tiering, Part 2, in order to have fair security against pass-the-hash attacks on Active Directory, you can implement tiering to have different levels based on how sensitive data are. This video is devoted to Tier1 servers (a server shared between two teams for their file sharing, an IIS server for a development team, etc.).
In this TekkiTalk, host Christian Buckley chats with guest Gokan Ozcifci, an M365 and Business Applications MVP, Microsoft Regional Director, and Owner of Neoxy Consultancy, about the latest news around Microsoft Syntex, and the fact that the underlying technology is SharePoint, which makes it easy to use. Christian and Gokan also talk about the process for customers to get started with Syntex, discussing licensing and whether to utilize pre-built templates or build your own models.
The latest feature in Power Platform enables process mining techniques in Microsoft 365. This article explains what process mining is and describes its main features and functions. It includes a quick guide about how to start working with the Power Automate Process Mining service.
Comparing AI Chat Solutions: Bing Chat, Bing Chat Enterprise, Microsoft 365 Copilot, and Azure OpenAI
Compare the features, benefits, and drawbacks of AI chat solutions including Bing Chat, Bing Chat Enterprise, Microsoft 365 Copilot, and Azure Open AI custom solutions. Explore how these innovative platforms use AI to transform communication and boost workflow efficiency.
In this TekkiTalk, host Christian Buckley chats with guest Don Kirkham, a M365 Development and Microsoft Graph MVP, and Enterprise Architect with DMI, about his focus on the SharePoint Development experience, including working with the SharePoint Framework and how people new to SharePoint development can get started.
How to Create Mail Flow Rules from Scratch Using the Microsoft 365 Exchange Admin Center and Windows PowerShell
This “how to” article teaches you how to create Microsoft 365 mail flow rules using the Microsoft 365 Exchange admin center and Windows PowerShell. It also teaches you how to test these rules using Outlook on the web. Besides giving you the necessary details, it includes a 7-minute video version of this article for those who like to watch and learn.
In order to have fair security against pass-the-hash attacks on Active Directory, you can implement tiering to have different levels based on data sensitivity. In this video, I discuss the second level of tiering. The scope for tier 2 includes the workstations and applying settings via GPO to block unauthorized access.
Part five of the “Power Platform Custom Connectors A to Z” series explores additional advanced capabilities in Power Platform custom connectors that allow creators to define dynamic data structures, modify the display of user inputs, and run custom code. Experienced creators and beginners can benefit from these techniques to build more capable and dynamic connectors.
TekkiTalk with Cathy Dew: Latest announcements around OneDrive, SharePoint, and the new Branding Center
In this TekkiTalk, host Christian Buckley chats with Microsoft's Cathy Dew, Senior Product Manager at Microsoft, about her role on the OneDrive and SharePoint product team, and about the announcements around the new Branding Center. Cathy also talks about some of the new content creation experiences and highlights a couple of the things she is most excited about, including the simplified sharing experiences across the platform and the new Copilot capabilities.
Microsoft provides the free and simple SharePoint Migration Tool (SPMT) to help you in the migration process from SharePoint sites to Microsoft 365. SPMT performs SharePoint-related migrations to SharePoint Online, OneDrive, and Teams. Also, the free SharePoint Migration Assessment Tool (SMAT) assesses your current deployment and identifies potential migration issues.
First in a series on implementing Power BI in an enterprise setting, this article describes what makes an enterprise implementation different than one for individual power users. It describes four different groups of organizational cloud readiness, emphasizing the need to tailor the solution to the degree of cloud integration the organization is comfortable with.