Browsing: Exchange Online Protection

My Presentation about EOP from Collab365

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Today I had the pleasure of doing a presentation about Exchange Online Protection at Collab365. The free Global online Conference about Office 365, Azure and SharePoint. The session covered the architecture behind EOP and how to deploy EOP in your own organization. My slidedeck is now available on SlideShare: How to deploy Exchange Online Protection Should You have any questions regarding Exchange Online Protection, don’t hesitate to contact me. /Enjoy +Peter Schmidt

RunAs Radio – Exchange Online Protection with Peter Schmidt

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A few weeks ago I recorded an episode of RunAs Radio postcast as a guest with MVP Richard Campbell, where we had a talk about Exchange Online Protection: How do you filter spam and malware for your mail server? Richard chats with Peter Schmidt about Exchange Online Protection (EOP). Remember Forefront? This is where the product went, into the cloud. As an Azure product, EOP is available when you use Exchange Online – but you can also…

Slides from my sessions at NIC 2015 in Oslo

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Last week, I attended the Nordic Infrastructure Conference 2015 in Oslo, as a speaker. It was my first time at NIC and it is an awesome conference. Thanks for attending my sessions (those of you who did) and a huge thank for the organization behind NIC, for arranging a true International Conference in Scandinavia. Here you will find the Slides from my sessions: Understand how Exchange Online Protection works and how to deploy it successfully in your Organization Download Link: http://1drv.ms/1L2hWyJ Migrating…

How to Remote PowerShell into Exchange Online Protection (Office 365)

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Microsoft has announced the long-awaited (at least for me) possibility to use PowerShell to do Remote Connection to Exchange Online Protection. I have previously blogged about doing Remote PowerShell session into Office 365 services, such as my post: How to Remote PowerShell into Exchange Online (Office 365). Remote PowerShell is great administrative interface since it enables you to manage your Microsoft Exchange Online Protection (EOP) settings directly from PowerShell. Examples of use could be: Setup and configure Connectors Configure Transport…

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