“What If” tool in Public Preview for #AzureAD Conditional Access Policies

In case you don’t remember what is all about Azure AD Conditional Access, I suggest that you click here to take a look at the previous articles in my blog that deal with this. Let’s talk about a new feature that was announced to be in Public Preview, the so called “What If” tool for…

#AzureAD: It’s time to migrate your v1.0 Conditional Access policies to v2.0

We were talking a lot about Azure AD Conditional Access Policies in the past, in fact you can click here to search this blog about all these past topics. But there is a recent announcement from the product group, a really important one for those of you that use these policies today. You should be…

#AzureAD and Intune now support macOS in conditional access

As the Azure AD Team says, “Conditional access is one of the fastest growing services in EMS and we are constantly getting feedback from customers about new capabilities they would like us to add to it. One of the most frequently requested is support for macOS. Customers want to have one consistent system for securing…

#AzureAD Conditional Access support for Microsoft Teams & the Azure Portal

  More news today from the Azure AD product group: Conditional Access is extended to be used in the Azure Portal. But wait: have you ever used Conditional Access? If not, try to perform a search in my blog for “Conditional Access”, or simply click this link, http://systemplus.gr/?s=conditional+access and you’ll get a lot of information…

EMS Conditional Access using #AzureAD: What is all about

  It’s really not the first time that you see this feature, EMS Conditional Access, in this blog. Just try to make a search, just like this: http://systemplus.gr/?s=conditional+access and you’ll get a lot of related information. So as you can see, we need to find a way to protect our corporate data, while allowing our…

Conditional Access “limited access” policies for SharePoint are in public preview

  Back in December 2016 I blogged about the new conditional access in Azure AD through the new Azure portal, you can read the post here: https://spanougakis.wordpress.com/2016/12/16/conditional-access-in-azuread-in-the-new-azure-portal/ The question is: do you allow your users to connect to cloud services using their personal devices? If the answer is yes, then you should consider using conditional…

Microsoft Mechanics Video: New Conditional Access capabilities in Azure AD and Enterprise Mobility + Security

  In this video @Alex_A_Simons and Simon May discuss Azure AD’s Conditional Access system and the many improvements the Azure AD team has made recently which you’ll find below. In the video they demonstrate the improved user experience, how company data is protected without impacting productivity and the improvements they have made to the IT…

Conditional Access in #AzureAD in the new Azure portal

We all want to keep our employees happy, while enabling them to be productive. As we know, productivity and security are two different topics and they rarely go together. If you started using Azure AD, you should know that is now possible to create policies and rules, so that you can protect your company’s valuable…

#AzureAD Conditional Access: Per app MFA and Network Location based policies are now available

This is a really cool feature in case you use Multifactor Authentication on Azure AD (and you should use it, trust me ). In the past, MFA was available for all the apps and services that are based on Azure AD, like Office365, CRM Online, etc. and it was more or less mandatory, regardless of…

You can now collaborate using Azure AD and login with any account

Azure AD B2B Collaboration gives you the ability to collaborate with other organizations and people, even if they do not use Azure AD. The Azure AD Team recently improved the way that an external company can authenticate to your Azure AD using Google IDs. So, even if your external partners use Gmail accounts, you can…