There's a lot of content out there about backups for Office 365. I personally have written and spoken a lot about backups for Office 365. If you ask 10 experts, you will probably get 10 different opinions about how, or why, or what you should or should not backup in Office 365. Depending on the day (and, let’s be honest, depending on who I am working for) I may give you different answers.
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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 Core in the context of Office 365.
When you create a new mailbox in Exchange Online, that mailbox comes with specific settings, features, and protocols enabled. As an Office 365 administrator, you have the ability to go back and modify these settings later if - for instance - you don't want users to have their default mailbox size limit set at 100 GB, or if you want a specific retention policy applied to that mailbox.
There are a few compelling reasons to move to Office 365, and in my opinion, Office 365 Groups are at or near the top of that list. Office 365 Groups combine resources from across Office 365 in ways that are not possible on-premises to give end users interesting new functionality.