Microsoft 365

How to Perform an Audit Using Microsoft 365 Defender

How to Perform an Audit Using Microsoft 365 Defender

Microsoft 365 administrators are under constant pressure to keep data secure and compliant. Auditing allows admins to track user activity to verify security and comply with regulatory mandates. This article explains how to use Microsoft 365 auditing to search for various activities.

Prioritizing Incidents in Microsoft Defender for Business

Prioritizing Incidents in Microsoft Defender for Business

Microsoft Defender for Business tracks security incidents and deficiencies throughout the Microsoft 365 ecosystem. However, Defender’s recommendations are scattered throughout the Defender for Business Portal. This article explains how to find the most pressing security data so you can take action on it.

4 Key Areas to Focus on for Better Microsoft 365 Security

4 Key Areas to Focus on for Better Microsoft 365 Security

Microsoft 365 isn’t secure by default. Although Microsoft does protect the underlying infrastructure, it’s up to you to protect your own Microsoft 365 data. If you’re just starting with Microsoft 365 security, you should begin your security efforts in the 4 areas outlined in this article.

Configuring Microsoft 365 to Use a Custom Domain Name

Configuring Microsoft 365 to Use a Custom Domain Name

Most organizations have a domain name that corresponds to the name of their business. If your organization uses Microsoft 365, it’s possible to replace the default onmicrosoft.com domain name with a custom one of your choosing. This article walks you through the configuration process and shows you how to register a custom domain name if you don’t already have one.

Why Do PowerShell-Based Exchange Online Cmdlets Often Fail?

Why Do PowerShell-Based Exchange Online Cmdlets Often Fail?

Microsoft has long recommended a “PowerShell first” approach to management, but this might be difficult in a Microsoft 365 environment. Cmdlets often fail because of improper permissions. This article explains how you can check for the permissions required to use an individual PowerShell cmdlet.

How to Prevent Microsoft 365 From Purging Old Messages

How to Prevent Microsoft 365 From Purging Old Messages

Few things are more unsettling than finding Exchange Online has automatically removed a message you wanted to keep. If this happens, it could be because Exchange Online has moved the message to an archive mailbox. It’s also possible that Exchange Online has deleted the message. This article explains how you can use a retention policy to prevent that from happening.

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