Time to perform your TLS Version Check | Goodbye TLS1.0 and TLS 1.1 protocols

August 21st, 2019

A vulnerability named POODLE was discovered in SSL 3.0. POODLE or Padded Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption that gave a blow to cloud security. Last year, Microsoft had finally taken the decision to turn off the support for all TLS protocols older than TLS 1.2 and SSL v3 last for better cloud security. A decision that was taken to protect systems against similar POODLE attacks as in the past. It wasn’t easy to get rid of TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.0 so soon, most Microsoft OS and applications had these two protocols hardcoded for a better interoperability experience. Microsoft had to face a bitter backlash as most organizations weren’t ready for the “Change” in its attempt to improve cloud security.

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The Office 365 API Editor is Here | Exchange and Office 365 App Development Gets Easy

August 19th, 2019

The All new Microsoft Office 365 API editor is announced to facilitate developers in working with Exchange Online including different Microsoft Exchange Versions. This API is also beneficial for developers who work with Office 365 applications. This editor sends relevant API calls. There are two modes that are beneficial for the developers and given through Microsoft Support: Editor Mode and Mailbox View Mode.

The best thing about this API Editor is that it is open source and available on Github. There is no paid Microsoft support specifically for Office 365 API developers. Engineers at Microsoft and Github community users are the best support for developers who fall into any issue with this API Editor.

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Make Most out of Microsoft Teams | Broadcasting for a Cloud Business Live Event

August 9th, 2019

A good way to publicize your cloud business events is to use Microsoft Teams to broadcast that event Live through a Microsoft Teams Channel. Once you broadcast your event you can mention Microsoft Teams all members so that they get notified of the live event.

Live broadcasts are very beneficial for businesses where ongoing events are a commonplace. Hosting live events facilitate the marketing aspects of business. People get to know more about your products and services and the customers can benefit from useful information regarding their subscribed services.

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The latest Exchange memory calculator announced with trendy features

August 2nd, 2019

After the wide popularity of exchange 2016 sizing calculator, Microsoft has announced Exchange Server 2019 Sizing Calculator as the latest exchange memory calculator. Now, has been completed in development phase. For a long it has been under the development phase, since the launch of Exchange Server 2019 actually and since then, there has been some time to figure out the usability requirements, a few features added and few deprecated until now that is properly developed and launched.

Better improvements for Virtualization support

Cloud Computing experts predict that the future of cloud computing lies in better and improved virtualization. This has been taken into account in the latest version of exchange 2019. In the exchange 2016 sizing calculator, there were features like Environment Configuration, Backup Configuration and many other features. In this version, better exchange memory calculator features are introduced. There are disk space requirement calculator and CPU requirements calculator. The calculator makes use of all necessary inputs to figure out the available resources.

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MachPanel v6.2 BUILD 10, Now Available!

July 31st, 2019

MachPanel v6.2.10

We at MachSol Inc., are pleased to announce the immediate availability of the latest build of MachPanel Provisioning System (Complete SaaS & Traditional Hosting Windows Control Panel). Latest build v6.2 Build 10 includes an array of new features and performance improvements alongside bug fixes.

You may review the complete list by visiting the useful link(s) mentioned as under:

MachPanel v6.2 Build 10 – Release Notes

For more information about MachPanel, visit our website at: http://www.machsol.com or call Toll free number: +1 877 622 4765. Our Sales & Support teams are always available to assist you in every way possible.

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5 Major Dynamics 365 benefits for your Cloud Operations Team

July 29th, 2019

Microsoft’s step to push the CRM market with Dynamics 365 has resulted in multiple Dynamics 365 benefits for cloud operations team in the cloud space. Not only it has robust Customer relationship management features, but it also encompasses ERP tools for better productivity.

For all IT gurus out there, there are obvious Dynamics 365 benefits that can lead to a prosperous business since there is a good ROI on implementing Dynamics 365. On the other hand, customers still have ambiguities in mind and are still unaware of “under the hood” benefits of combining a decent CRM with a promising ERP system.

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An insight into features of a Managed Cloud Service, beneficial to your Cloud Business

July 24th, 2019

A simple truth is: Every cloud business has to be managed by someone. So, managed cloud allows the business officials to managed services of cloud computing according to their business needs without being an expert in that domain. In general, business can either manage cloud computing services on their own, or hire an expert to do the job professionally.

People who prefer to do things on their own opt for the first option: DIY cloud management, Nevertheless, there comes many phases where expert opinion or assistance is required and that makes them take the second option: Hire a Cloud Expert.

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A guide to disable SSLv3 and other weak protocols for Cloud Security

July 16th, 2019

Admins prefer to disable SSLv3 to ensure Cloud security as it is a major issue in the cloud computing space. Tools like IIS Crypto are used by Server administrators to disable weak ciphers and protocols. Weak protocols like TLS 1.0 SSL 2 and SSL 3 are make the cloud vulnerable to cyber-attacks. In the midst of security planning and deploying security solution, many clients opt to disable weak protocols as there step to ensure security in their cloud systems. Attacks like POODLE, GOLDENDOODLE, Bleichenbacher etc. are more popular these days and to prevent these, it is best to disable weak protocols like it is recommended to disable SSLv3.

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About the top announcements from the SharePoint Summit 2019

July 12th, 2019

The recent SharePoint summit 2019 was very dense. It encompassed announcements on nearly all aspects of Microsoft 365 and Office 365 umbrellas. However, the main focus of the summit was SharePoint Online and improvements for Office 365 subscribers. Let’s take a look at what happened at the SharePoint Virtual Summit 2019.

SharePoint Sever

Microsoft aims to add support on Azure Stack for running SharePoint Server 2019 or SharePoint Server 2016. It would be Microsoft’s Azure “datacenter in a box”. So, it’ll be possible for SharePoint Server 2019 users to use Azure SQL Database Managed Instance. With this, businesses opting for Microsoft Cloud will be able to move applications to the cloud while making use of a compatible Database Solution

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A look into Microsoft Teams Security & Compliance

July 8th, 2019

Security is a prime area of focus for Cloud technologies. Microsoft Teams Security and all other Microsoft Products like Office 365, Azure, Exchange adhere to high level of security standards currently popular in the tech industry. Since Microsoft Teams is the thing of the future where most collaboration within the business space amongst employees will be encouraged, it is necessary that it should comply to best industry standards. Let’s have a look into the security aspects of Microsoft Teams.

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