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Vasil Michev MVP

Vasil Michev MVP
Vasil has been actively involved with Office 365 for over four years now. He spent over an year as Support Engineer for Microsoft Online Services with one of Microsoft's vendors, working with BPOS and Office 365 customers. Switching sides, he later held support positions with several multinational enterprises, before finally moving to a consultant role. This varied experience allows him to have an unique perspective on the ins and outs of the Office 365 suite. He has closely followed the evolution of Microsoft's cloud offerings, starting with BPOS, with expertise covering all stages of the Office 365 lifecycle. He holds a charter member certification for Office 365 (MCITP and MCSA), and has been awarded as Microsoft MVP for second year in a row.

Recent Posts

25
Apr

A Look at Office 365 Attack Simulator

A few weeks back, Microsoft announced the Public Preview of a new and very interesting feature, named Attack Simulator. The idea behind Attack Simulator is to give you a safe...
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31
Jan

PowerShell Core is GA, but not ready for Office 365

In case you have missed the news, last week a new flavor of PowerShell, namely PowerShell Core was officially released. In this article, we will take a closer look at PowerShell...
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08
Nov

First Look at Access Reviews for Office 365 Groups and Applications

In the last few weeks we have been frantically recapping the dozens of announcements made at Ignite 2017. As usual, many of the features demoed at the conference will only show up...
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15
Aug

Performing eDiscovery Against A Specific Folder

One common request when performing an eDiscovery or using the Search-Mailbox cmdlet has long been the option to search a specific folder only. Possible scenarios for such requests...
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07
Jun

Advanced Security Management in Office 365 – One Year After Launch

A few months back, we did a short two-article introduction to Advanced Security Management (ASM), a stripped-down version of the Cloud App Security suite, tailored to the needs of...
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09
May

Restricting Access to Security and Compliance Center Functionalities

About a year ago, we published an article on how to manage preservation policies in the new Security and Compliance Center in Office 365 via PowerShell. Over the course of the...
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07
Mar

Using custom policies with Skype for Business Online

Another feature introduced at Ignite 2016 has now been released to the public, including the ability to create and modify Skype for Business Online Policies. Before diving into...
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15
Feb

Using smart links to improve the login process to Office 365 applications

Just a few years ago identity federation such as AD FS was the de facto standard for managing authentication in Office 365 for every large organization. It gives you better...
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17
Jan

User Access and External Sharing Improvements in SharePoint Online

It’s been a while since we covered SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business, and some major improvements have arrived. The new group-backed team sites are now available,...
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06
Dec

Do More Via Actionable Email Messages in Exchange Online

Email has long been the primary communication channel for organizations of all sizes, and this is unlikely to change in the near future. Although headlines often spell doom...
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