Hardware warranties–do you know what yours covers?

This is a cautionary tale and one I urge you to take to heart. When you purchase a server, or any other piece of critical IT kit, you generally get a chance to purchase warranty coverage or extended warranty coverage. …

O365–Do you need a partner to help migrate to O365?

The quick answer to this is, of course, no.  You don’t need a partner to help you migrate to O365, you could do it yourself.  But you might want to have a partner, specially so if you do not  have…

O365 MultiFactor Authentication in depth–Part 2–how it works inside O365

In my last post I outlined the basics of multifactor authentication and also discussed the method that Office365 uses to implement it.  In this post I will describe how it actually works. O365 multifactor authentication can be enabled user-by-user within…

O365 MultiFactor Authentication in depth–Part 1–what is multifactor authentication?

I wrote a quick post a few days ago about O365 and multifactor authentication but then I realized that many people don’t know what this is or why you might want it.  So, this is my primer on multifactor authentication…

O365 and DirSync – Two Factor authentication

My colleague Stephanie Kahlam has a great post on Dirsync on her blog http://stellark.itgroove.net.  I won’t rehash it as Steph has done a great job. I do want to comment on the reference she makes to two-factor authentication using your…