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Key Microsoft 365 Inter-Tenant Collaboration Options

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AmyKelly Petruzzella

Two organizations each have Microsoft 365 tenants and they want to work together on several projects – some of which run for a limited time and some of which are ongoing. How can these organizations enable their people and teams to collaborate more effectively and productively across their different tenants? Add on top of this, how can this be done in a secure and compliant manner? This article describes several key collaboration options that administrators at each organization can consider as shared goals.

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4 Capabilities You Need for Effective Hybrid IT

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AmyKelly Petruzzella

Almost every enterprise today is going through some type of transformation from historic compute solutions (i.e., “running IT in our data center”) to hybrid environments where workloads are distributed to specific locations, platforms, or providers based on business requirements. Even organizations seeking to be “cloud only” or “completely hyperconverged” will still have many environment types within their landscape. “IT everywhere” includes all the places we’d like to shift away from, like traditional corporate data centers, but won’t be able to due to technical debt and legacy systems.

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Part 2: What Workloads Can Be Migrated

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Dominik Hoefling MVP

In Part 1 of this blog series, we went through the topics of how to discover identities, workloads, data, and security for your tenant to tenant migration project. Part 2 of this series covers the migration itself, like which workloads can be moved, what needs to be done to prepare for the migration, what data can be migrated, if there are any gotchas to expect, and public available PowerShell scripts that make your life a little bit easier.

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TLS Changes in Office 365

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Jaap Wesselius

By now you must have heard that Microsoft is moving away from Basic Authentication and that all client authentications will move to Modern Authentication, and I've blogged about this previously.

Another thing that is happening is Microsoft moving away from TLS 1.0 and 1.1 and only allowing TLS 1.2 connections. This can have an impact on your organization too, so let’s have a look what is going to happen and why.

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