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bruce.banner0097
Jul 07, 2021
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M365 GCC High includes many of the same feature sets and products of the commercially available Microsoft 365 (Microsoft 365 Commercial): SharePoint Online, Teams, Exchange Online, OneDrive for Business, etc. However, full parity is not achieved. One notable example is found within Microsoft Teams for O365 GCC High. Unlike the Commercial offering of Microsoft 365, Audio Conferencing for Teams US Government does not include dial-in phone numbers and the underlying configuration in Azure Government to enable the capability. A solution is required for direct inward dial through Direct Routing to allow users to create meetings with Teams Dial-in conference numbers. Enterprise Mobility + Security for US Government Microsoft's Enterprise Mobility + Security, or EMS, offerings for US GCC High and DOD customers are built on the Microsoft Azure Government cloud and are designed to inter-operate with the Microsoft 365 GCC High and DOD environments. The EMS E5 suite is available for both GCC High and DoD customers, however Microsoft Cloud App Security and Azure Advanced Threat Protection are available only to GCC High customers. Azure Active Directory P1/P2, Microsoft Intune, Azure Information Protection P1/P2, Microsoft Cloud App Security, and Microsoft Defender for Identity are certified FedRAMP-High. (The security product previously known as Azure Advanced Threat Protection is now known as Microsoft Defender for Identity. Organizations that use EMS for US Government GCC High and DOD offerings benefit from the following features: Your organization's customer content is physically segregated from customer content in Microsoft's commercial services. Your organization's customer content is stored within the United States. Access to your organization's customer content is restricted to screened Microsoft personnel. Compliance with certifications and accreditations that are required for US Public Sector customers, including DoD Security - Requirements Guidelines, DFARS, and International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) Azure Information Protection Premium Government Azure Information Protection (sometimes referred to as AIP) is a cloud-based solution that helps an organization to classify and optionally, protect its documents and emails by applying labels. Labels can be applied automatically by administrators who define rules and conditions, manually by users, or a combination where users are given recommendations. You use Azure Information Protection labels to apply classification to documents and emails. When you do this, the classification is identifiable regardless of where the data is stored or with whom it’s shared. The labels can include visual markings such as a header, footer, or watermark. Metadata is added to files and email headers in clear text. The clear text ensures that other services, such as data loss prevention solutions, can identify the classification and take appropriate action. There are known gaps between AIP Premium commercial and GCC High/DoD that can be found here. Microsoft Defender for Office 365 Microsoft Defender for Office 365 is a cloud-based email filtering service that helps protect your company against unknown viruses and malware by providing substantial zero-day protection and includes features to protect your company from harmful links in real time. These capabilities are critical to meeting the NIST 800-171 control family 3.14 System and Information Integrity. Although, it is important to understand Defender for Office 365 cannot simply meet compliance requirements by 'turning it on'. The Defender for Office 365 license has powerful reporting and URL trace capabilities that give administrators insight and clarity into the kind of attacks happening in your organization. The reporting capabilities, moreover, can cover the "actions of individual system users [to] be uniquely traced to those users so they can be held accountable for their actions" (NIST 800-171). Defender for Office 365 covers most Exchange architectures – rather on premises, Exchange Online, or Hybrid if configured properly. Hope this information helps. Know more: M365 GCC High | Migrate Email to Office 365 Regards, Bruce
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bruce.banner0097
Jul 07, 2021
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1. Users Can Work From Anywhere As long as you have a working internet connection, you and your workforce will have the ability to work from anywhere. As it's entirely cloud-based, you can access emails, files and Office programs from any location on any device. This is especially helpful for companies that have remote employees, are based in multiple locations or you might even have employees that are required to travel often and need to access data. As the software is running in a Microsoft data centre, all that's required is connection to the internet and access is easy. This can help your business as it can drastically increase productivity. Without this, you and the employees can only access files when you're on-premises and can't do anything else until you're back in your offices. 2. Provides Robust Security And Reliability A common misconception about the cloud is that it's not safe. With Office 365, it's Microsoft taking on all of the responsibility for security and reliability. Storing all of your data on the cloud with Office 365 eliminates the cost of purchasing expensive hardware for your server rooms, along with salaries for full-time staff operating the server rooms. The cloud is more environmentally friendly, and disaster recovery is in place by including backup systems in case data is corrupted - along with other benefits. This frees up your IT team to utilise their valuable time elsewhere, such as helping the users get the most out of the enterprise software. Office 365 has a lot of built-in security features - depending on the plan that's chosen - that will keep your company's data safe, three of the biggest safety features include: Encrypted Email: Keeping anyone other than the intended recipient from reading your emails. Data Loss Prevention: Microsoft's Data Loss Prevention policy allows you to identify, monitor and protect sensitive information from leaving your organisation. Mobile Device Management: A feature allowing your IT team to control Office on your employees' mobile devices to protect company information. If somebody loses their device or it gets stolen, you're able to delete all of the data without needing to use the lost or stolen device to delete data. Advanced Threat Analytics: This unique feature analyses systems to detect and alert users to suspicious behaviour on the network. It scans emails as they land into inboxes for malicious links and attachments and if there's anything dangerous lurking in there, it prevents it from getting in. While the email will still appear, a message appears explaining why the attachment isn't there. That's one way to eliminate human error. Exchange Online Protection: Provides advanced security and reliability against spam and malware to protect information and email access. Threat Management: Security monitoring to prevent or detect any tampering of data. Dedicated threat management teams are in place to anticipate and prevent malicious access. Multi-Factor Authentication: Multi-factor authentication protects access to sensitive data, such as using a phone to access data as a secondary device for added security. Get more info: Switch from G Suite to Office 365 | Microsoft 365 Education Regards, Bruce
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bruce.banner0097
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Step 1: Download the QuickBooks Tool Hub The QuickBooks Tool Hub helps fix common errors. For the best experience, we recommend using Tool Hub on Windows 10, 64-bit. Close QuickBooks. Download the most recent version (1.5.0.0) of the QuickBooks Tool Hub. Save the file somewhere you can easily find it (like your Downloads folder or your Windows desktop). Note: If you've installed Tool Hub before, you can find out which version you have. Select the Home tab. The version will be on the bottom. Open the file you downloaded (QuickBooksToolHub.exe). Follow the on-screen steps to install and agree to the terms and conditions. When the install finishes, double-click the icon on your Windows desktop to open the tool hub. Step 2: Use the QuickBooks Install Diagnostic Tool Open the QuickBooks Tool Hub. In the tool hub, select Installation Issues. Select QuickBooks Install Diagnostic Tool. Let the tool run. It can take up to 20 minutes. When the tool finishes, restart your computer. Step 3: Update Windows Window updates prevent and often fix install errors. Check out Windows Update: FAQ on how to update your version of Windows from Microsoft, Once the update finishes, restart your computer. If you could open QuickBooks before you saw the error, Open QuickBooks and your company file. If you weren't able to install QuickBooks, install QuickBooks Desktop again. If you can install and open QuickBooks, you're good to go. If you continue to see issues, move to Step 4. Step 4: Manually fix Windows components If the QuickBooks Install Tool and the update didn’t fix the error, you can repair specific Windows components yourself. You should only do these steps if you’re an IT professional, confident Windows user, or have help from Microsoft support experts. Repair or reinstall Microsoft .NET Framework Repair Microsoft MSXML Know more: QuickBooks POS Hosting | QuickBooks Accountant Desktop Regards, Bruce
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