I already told you I am hosting a Meetup at Microsoft Ignite in my previous post, but that’s not all. I am also delivering 2 Theater session in the main Expo area during the week. I am really excited about the interest in my sessions so far looking at the number of people who have added them to their schedule. You can build your own schedule here at https://myignite.techcommunity.microsoft.com/, and if you are not going, most of the sessions will be streamed and available on demand.
My first session of the week is a step-by-step guide on how to get started with Azure MFA the right way. You have probably understood the need for securing your identities in the cloud era. There are many thing you could do to have a more secure corporate identity and the easiest way to get started is to enable MFA, right? The problem today is that a lot of organizations are doing that wrong, breaking the user experience on their path to security. I will show you what you should do to avoid that and how to get it right utilizing Microsoft Intune and Azure AD Conditional Access.
What do you do when your users don’t want to enroll their mobile devices into management to get access to work resources like for instance email. They are worried about privacy and just want to have access to their email and files in a simple matter right here and now. Microsoft Intune App Protection policies will give them more secure access with managing the app itself. Even if they are enrolling their devices the mobile app protection policies will give you as an organization more control on how the end users are able to handle your corporate data. You will learn how to get started with a baseline configuration that secures all user access to emails and documents in the cloud from any mobile device.
I really hope to see you at one of my session, or anywhere else. Besides the sessions, networking is the main important thing at Microsoft Ignite. Go and talk to people, connect with the experts in the Expo area. Microsoft is sending a lot of Product Managers and Engineers to answer all your questions at their booths. Until then, prepare well and remember to bring shoes made for walking. 🙂