@marcelocasaca wondered about how to use Microsoft Graph APIs to extract a attendee list from a live session from Microsoft Teams. Microsoft employee Val Ramos and MVP Reza Ameri offered helpful advice.
Karl Vietmeier shared a piece from their VP’s all up blog posting specific to changing meeting length on how to schedule meetings to conclude five minutes before the end of the hour or half hour. This shortens your time together slightly but goes a long way towards avoiding potential burnout from uninterrupted back-to-backs.
NOTE: This blog post covers monitoring resources using the Windows Virtual Desktop Fall 2019 release without Azure Resource Manager objects. If you are using the Windows Virtual Desktop Spring 2020 release with Azure Resource Manager objects (in Public Preview at the time of writing) then click here for details about how to connect this to your Sentinel workspace as the process and logs differ. Queries found in this blog will not work if you are using the WVD Spring 2020 deployment as tables and logs have changed.
Most projects have a cycle – from initial idea or problem to solution design, implementation, and completion. In the solution design phase, getting to the best outcome requires keeping an open mind, getting feedback as broadly as you can, and then systematically evaluating and iterating towards the best solution. Towards this end, bringing stakeholders together into a room to brainstorm, sketch ideas, or do sticky-note exercises to gather feedback can be useful for getting a bigger picture. In a remote working environment, many software tools can provide similar support, with the additional benefits of being digital – and that includes being connected with conversations and closely available within Microsoft Teams. As you tackle projects in a remote working environment, experiment with different tools to collect and operationalize ideas, brainstorming, and feedback.
It’s never been more critical that employees and the partners they collaborate with can work remotely and stay more secure. In the months leading up to this monumental shift, phishing and malware attacks were at the top of the list of cybersecurity threats. Now, attackers are capitalizing on fear, leveraging this time of uncertainty and change as an opportunity. Phishing and malware attacks are on the rise, many of which now include COVID-19 related lures. In the circumstances we are living through, these threats continue to be some of the most considerable risks to organizations.
On Wednesday, May 6, Microsoft announced the new screen recording tool in Microsoft Stream, giving everyone a way to create videos for sharing knowledge, remote learning, leadership updates and other communications across your organization. Join the conversation in the Microsoft Stream space.
Organizations everywhere are pivoting to a remote work environment, putting the needs of their employees, customers, and communities first. In an effort to continue supporting individuals and organizations each day, we’ve created a new three-part webcast series focusing on enabling remote work. As technology plays a vital role, now more than ever, we’ve paired the webcast series with helpful videos and guidance, to enable you to provide your employees with access to the right tools, resources, and expertise they need to become experts at working remotely.