Have you come across the annoying “non-empty error” when using Azure Private DNS? Here’s an explanation of what it is and a workaround.
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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.
There’s nothing worse than being flooded with alerts about false-positives in your company’s email. Get answers quick with Office 365 service health.
The goal when using Azure management groups is to configure it based on your design, and then lock down the structure. Here’s how to do it.
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