Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS)

Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) is built for small and medium sized businesses.

Business in the 21st century is operating in a completely new reality. The innovative technology is rapidly changing the way enterprises function. In recent years, more workers are bringing their smartphones and tablets to the workplace and are expecting to use these personal devices alongside their corporate devices. While organizations generally understand that mobile email and other mobile applications increase productivity and employee satisfaction, supporting a wide variety of device types and platforms would be complex an introduce security risks and high costs. A turnkey enterprise mobility solution has become increasingly important to address challenges resulting from “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) initiatives and the consumerisation of IT.


Microsoft’s EMS solution is designed to provide businesses with enhanced security, productivity, and peace of mind, reassuring customers that business data is traveling safely with employees wherever they go.

Talk to our mobility experts to learn more about how EMS can unchain your workforce from their desks and unleash amazing productivity while providing you the security your organization needs.


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Rethinking Mobile Security?

We want to give you some numbers about Mobile Device Security.

-Data Breaches 63% of confirmed data breaches involve weak, default, or stolen passwords.


– Shadow IT More than 80% of employees admit to using non-approved software as a service (SaaS) appplications in their jobs.

– The dramatic growth of mobile devices is driving an increase in cybercrime, from stolen identities to major data breaches.

– The impact of mobile threats is being felt in terms of added helpdesk workload and associated cost (26%), need for additional IT resources to manage mobile security (21%), and reduced employee productivity (12%).

– As mobility and BYOD initiatives grow in the workplace, so do security concerns. Of biggest concern related to BYOD is data leakage or loss (69%), download of unsafe applications or content (64%), and the introduction of malware into the organization’s IT environment (63%).

– With a basic security test fail rate of over 75% for mobile apps due to a number of factors ranging from lack of proper encryption to the number of weekly attacks on mobile apps.

Securing your sensitive data is our goal. Talk to an expert https://buff.ly/2xekgXg

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Microsoft has revealed that the next version of its standalone productivity software suite will be called Office 2019, and is expected to release next year. “Perpetual” is what Microsoft calls its standalone software package where Office can be installed on a single computer only, and for which the customer pays a license fee once only.

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How to View mailboxes that haven’t been accessed in Office 365

You have moved your mailboxes to Office 365 Exchange Online and license the users. However, it is a common issue that if an employee moves on, Active Directory account sometime remains active. That, of course, doesn’t release the license in Office 365.

When  above issue happens, our customers (not our managed Services costumers) calls us and indicates that they are running out of licenses.

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Office 365 Mail Traffic Report

I haven’t seen anyone using below report and command yet. Generally, this is an administrative job to ensure that traffic (Inbound /Outbound) of your Office 365 is healthy.

It gives you a view what is going on in your Office 365 tenant. Actually, when I first saw it, I didn’t understand it because there are many Event Types that we can’t understand unless we know the meanings of types.

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How to Disable Exchange Online PowerShell access of a User

Every user in your Office 365 is able to access Office 365 via PowerShell. Some of you think that this is a security gap. Actually, it is not. Although users are able to access to Office 365 via PowerShell, that doesn’t mean that they have Administrative rights to perform administrator tasks.

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