I am happy to say that I am starting a new and exiting adventure in my life, and that in the best possible way. From today, June 1st 2017, I am starting as Partner and Principal Cloud Architect in CloudWay AS together with Ståle Hansen. Continue reading
After a week in Atlanta following all the action at Microsoft Ignite I got home this saturday to the great news that I have been awarded 2016 Microsoft MVP Award in Enterprise Mobility. I feel truly honored and proud.
To you, my readers, thanks for following this blog and giving me the energy to keep on writing.
This is going to be a short blogpost on the updated experience on what it looks like for a user doing a out of the box Azure AD Join in the Anniversary Edition of Windows 10. There is a few and cool new things giving the user a much better experience.
One thing to notice is that Convenience Pin is disabled by default for Domain Joined or Azure AD Joined machines. Read on to learn how this affects the users.
Back in April 2015 I wrote about how to manage UEFI Firmware settings on the Surface Pro 3 from Powershell. This option has not been available on Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book. I have been looking and waiting for a way to manage this on the Surface Pro 4, and the solution that has come is quite different from what I thought. Continue reading
Businesses are investing a lot in securing access to company resources but still achive a good and simple user experience around accessing those resources. Haven’t we all strugled to actually get access to the corporate WIFI which has been secured with certificates? Or what about strugling with changing password on all devices to get e-mail flowing again after we have changed the password on our work computer.
This can all be made easier with provisioning users with a certificate on the mobile device. With the certificates provisioned to the user on the device, we can also provision wifi-profiles, vpn-profiles and even e-mail profiles for on-prem exchange without the user needing to provide a password to connect to it.
Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) is a new service from Microsoft that will enable you to monitor and detect, investigate and respond to attacks on their environment. AP is not replacing your antivirus program, but adding a post-breach layer to the Windows 10 Security Stack.
Windows Defender ATP is using client-side sensor technology that is built into Windows 10 (Anniversary Edition) and a cloud service that is using advanced machine learning and telemetry date to help you investigate the breach and offers you response recommendations. Continue reading