Microsoft peering is the go-to solution for configuring interoperability among your virtual networks in Azure. This guide shows you how to do it.
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The Microsoft Azure app for iOS and Android is a great tool to help you perform a few simple activities and fixes on your resources no matter where you are.
PowerShell is a wonderful tool, but sometimes you can do things easier. Here’s an often-overlooked Azure Portal feature to export data to a CSV file.
Because many breaches come from data leaked from inside your organization, using DLP policies can help by blocking users from sharing vital information.
You need to find a way to test your DLP policies before implementation — but first you must generate some real-looking but actually fake data. Here’s how.
Removing Azure resources from your subscription is easy using PowerShell. Here’s how to do it — but first make sure this is really what you want to do.
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