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September 19th, 2019 by UC Now Skype/Teams News Feed
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The move from traditional systems like the public-switched telephone network (PTSN) is in progress, and some enterprises have moved to session initiation protocol (SIP) as the preferred method to facilitate voice communications over the Internet. SIP Trunking offers some advantages over legacy systems, most notably scalability, reliability, and reduced costs. SIP Trunking also has its own set of challenges, especially where security is concerned. The SIP Trunk connects your legacy on-premises PBX with the PSTN through the Internet, rather than copper wires. It can also provide many new cloud-based.

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September 18th, 2019 by Matt Landis


For those who have been waiting, the Microsoft Teams Meeting & Calling API now is enabled for incoming PSTN. PSTN callers can now call into your applications. (peer to peer and multiparty applications)

To not only say its possible, but also to demonstrate this new Calling API functionality, just dial +1-717-721-5367 to call a queue configured on the Landis Technologies Contact Center for Microsoft Teams. Read more: https://landistechnologies.com/office365contactcenter/

If you already have a Microsoft Teams Calling API application, you can enable PSTN Callers to call it by using these instructions:
http://windowspbx.blogspot.com/2019/08/how-to-assign-telephone-number-to-teams.html

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September 18th, 2019 by johnacook

http://www.expta.com/2019/09/an-overview-of-tenant-to-tenant.html

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September 18th, 2019 by the Microsoft 365 team

The HP Elite Dragonfly is designed for mobile business professionals who need to move freely between conference rooms, campuses, airports, rideshares, and wherever work strikes.

The post Introducing HP Elite Dragonfly—the ultralight PC designed for the mobile workforce appeared first on Microsoft 365 Blog.

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September 18th, 2019 by Carl Johnson
Are you concerned that your Office 365 tenant might not hold up against an OIG audit? If so, click here for expert guidance.

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September 18th, 2019 by Carl Johnson
Are you concerned that your Office 365 tenant might not hold up against an OIG audit? If so, click here for expert guidance.

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September 18th, 2019 by Diana Pallais

Safeguarding the growing digital estate in financial institutions requires a new paradigm and set of principles. Savvy banks and capital markets firms are employing a modern approach to cybersecurity by adopting the Zero Trust model.

The post Why banks are adopting a modern approach to cybersecurity—the Zero Trust model appeared first on Microsoft 365 Blog.

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September 18th, 2019 by Diana Pallais

Safeguarding the growing digital estate in financial institutions requires a new paradigm and set of principles. Savvy banks and capital markets firms are employing a modern approach to cybersecurity by adopting the Zero Trust model.

The post Why banks are adopting a modern approach to cybersecurity—the Zero Trust model appeared first on Microsoft 365 Blog.

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September 18th, 2019 by UC Now Skype/Teams News Feed
By John Malone
With its high customer satisfaction rating and focus on R&D, Twilio is making a name for itself in the SIP trunking market.

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September 18th, 2019 by Author

Cloud App Security offers the ability to leverage Conditional Access for Exchange Online and SharePoint Online but how do we configure this functionality?

Let’s start with your Azure Portal and browse to Conditional Access –> New Policy

Conditional Access

So as I previously mentioned this control only works for Exchange Online and SharePoint Online so you will need to select;

– Office 365 Exchange Online
– Office 365 SharePoint Online

Cloud apps

Under Session, you need to select Conditional Access App Control and as you can see below we only have 3 options

– Monitor only (Preview)
– Block downloads (Preview)
– Use custom policy…

Session

For the purpose of this post, I am going to just Monitor what happening their Cloud App Security to discover what’s happening within my tenancy.

Once the policy is enabled, sign into Exchange Online or SharePoint Online and you will be welcome by the below message. This demonstrates that Conditional Access App Control is now in place.

Welcome to Conditional Access App Control

From you Cloud App Security console you will be able to see this activity and all future activities

Conditional Access App Control

Regards,
The Author – Blogabout.Cloud

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