Learn how to secure Skype for Business through Microsoft's Azure.
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- [Voiceover] Office 365 is a suite of products.…And we've seen Exchange Online, Sharepoint Online,…Azure Active Directory, which provide…the identity management for Office 365.…But we also have Skype for Business.…Skype for Business, used to be known as Lync…in Office Communications Server,…is the tool that we use to instant message…between users inside of an organization,…and users outside the organization,…as well as generate audio and video conferences.…Now, what we know as conference calls or audio calls…can be performed directly through the applications…that are native to Office 365,…and connected through the Office 365 Cloud infrastructure.…
As well, you can connect with an external infrastructure…using a dial-in bridge and providing a phone number…that can allow any user to connect…to an audio or video call using the dial-in bridge…or a third party provider.…So we can provide some security configurations…for Skype for Business.…Now, I wanna point out that we have other courses…in the LinkedIn library that go into detail…
Here, David Elfassy investigates security concepts related to Azure deployment and services such as Office 365, Exchange, and Azure Active Directory. Find out how to use Azure's built-in security tools, secure virtual machines, implement more robust multifactor authentication, and protect your services and data, including email, documents, and user data. Plus, learn how to configure security certificates for your app deployments using custom domains.
- Securing objects and virtual machines
- Deploying certificates for Azure resources
- Implementing multifactor authentication
- Securing Office 365
- Securing Azure Active Directory