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WienIT setzt auf die Microsoft Cloud

Datensicherheit ist ein wesentlicher Faktor für jedes Unternehmen und jede Organisation. So setzt auch unser Kunde WienIT auf die Microsoft Cloud. WienIT ist Wiens bedeutendster Infrastrukturdienstleister und Teil der Wiener Stadtwerke-Gruppe, die mit über 15.000 MitarbeiterInnen einer der vielfältigsten Arbeitgeber der Stadt Wien ist. atwork ist stolz darauf, WienIT mit Expertise im Bereich Cloud-Technologie und Security zu unterstützen. Lesen Sie die Referenz-Story bei Microsoft Österreich.

Delegate365 changelog 9.2.5-License management for Shared and Resource Mailboxes

With this update, Delegate365 allows viewing and changing licenses for shared mailboxes and resource mailboxes. Since each mailbox is a user mailbox and Delegate365 works with the OU scopes, the behavior of the new license management depends on the assigned OUs and objects. Details can be found here.

Identify guest users and their status with Graph

Working with Microsoft Azure and Microsoft 365, Azure Active Directory as an identity and management system becomes more and more important. Like Active Directory, Azure AD grows throughout time with guest accounts, cloud accounts and synchronized accounts. From a governance and lifecycle point of view - and also for security reasons - it is therefore important to clean up Azure AD from time to time. The cleanup process supports a healthy lifecycle management. In this article we describe how to quickly identify guest users in your own Azure AD with on-board resources.

The quick way to work with SharePoint Lists and permissions

SharePoint (or Microsoft) lists provide a good storage for not too extensive structured data. Sometimes administrators want to restrict access to certain items or lines. This approach shows how you, as an administrator, can do this without using item permissions, but with simpler and easier-to-manage views and permissions.

Export email messages from Exchange Online to a CSV file with Graph PowerShell

I had to export email messages to a CSV file from a specific folder in my Outlook mailbox. Nothing special, just a quick export. I noticed that Outlook allows messages to be exported, but the date of the message is missing in the export file! Really? So here is a workaround to quickly export email messages using Graph PowerShell.