Lync 2013 Update Overview

September was a big month for Lync 2013, as Microsoft has released a lot of updates to its Lync 2013 Client as well as some notable fixes.  Click to Download Update (15.0.4535.1002) A lot of nice new features are present, but in the attempts to add these features, unfortunately they had to remove a feature. Let’s [...]

Tech Tip of the Week: License Assignment

License assignment can be anywhere from painless to downright annoying.  Doing it through the GUI, we can select 25 users at a time to do license assignment. Not bad, if you only have 25 users. But what about if we have 2500? Oh man, I wouldn’t want to go through the GUI 100 times!  Luckily, [...]

By | October 1st, 2013|Recommended Articles, Tech Tip of the Week|0 Comments

Tech Tip of the Week: How to Enable ADFS Tracing Logs in Event Viewer

We recently received a request from a customer wanting to know how to enable ADFS tracing logs in event viewer.  Are you wondering why someone would want to know how to do that?  The key benefit of knowing how to enable ADFS tracing logs in event viewer is that when you are trouble shooting user authentication [...]

By | September 27th, 2013|Recommended Articles, Tech Tip of the Week|0 Comments

365 Command Software Updates – Performing tasks has never been easier with 365 Command!

We've made some exciting software updates to 365 Command to continue to improve this web-based portal which is used to manage close to 1 million Office 365 mailboxes.  We've highlighted below the new features, improved functionality and enhanced customer experience we have added to 365 Command. Scheduled Reports With scheduled reports, 365 Command administrators can [...]

By | September 25th, 2013|365 Command Product News, Recommended Articles|0 Comments

Office 2013: 10 Best Features You Should Know About

The new Office 2013 has some key updates that, while aren't quite as dramatic as the Windows 8 from Windows 7change, still have some pretty cool features for mobile and desktop.  Office 2013, will ship sometime next year at prices that have not been announced yet.  Check out the top 10 features: Going Mobile. Microsoft [...]

By | September 16th, 2013|Office 365 News and Updates, Recommended Articles|0 Comments

MessageOps to Sponsor Spiceworks Meetup on September 17th!

We are excited to sponsor our first Spiceworks Meetup in West Palm Beach on Tuesday, September 17th!  The topic is:  "Tired of Powershell scripts to manage Office 365? We can help! Come join us and learn about a tool that can save you time and money." This is the topic planned, however, we will talk [...]

By | September 6th, 2013|Recommended Articles|0 Comments

Tech Data Partners with MessageOps to Offer 365 Command

Enables Turnkey Subscription Management Solutions and Data Collection for Microsoft Office 365 CLEARWATER, Fla. (September 3, 2013) – Tech Data Corporation (NASDAQ: TECD) and MessageOps have entered into a partnership to offer 365 Command, a hosted service enablement tool used for managing Microsoft Office 365 subscription. Offered through the TDCloud business unit in the company’s Solution Store, 365 Command provides a [...]

Tech Tip of the Week – Connecting Windows Azure AD PowerShell to Office 365 / Exchange Online

In this week's Tech Tip, we are going to address a question one of our customers asked recently: "Where do I download the Windows Azure AD PowerShell module and how do I connect it to Office 365/Exchange Online?" Below are the resources and steps we walked through that provided our customer with the answers that [...]

Microsoft Bulletin Update on ADFS

Earlier in the week we shared some information we had regarding an Important Microsoft Update on ADFS Vulnerability.  We have a Microsoft Bulletin Update on ADFS  to share based on this source. Why was this bulletin rereleased on August 19, 2013? Microsoft rereleased this bulletin to announce the reoffering of the 2843638 update for Active Directory Federation Services [...]

Quick Tip – ADFS service accounts

Here's a quick tip to help you with ADFS service accounts.  The ADFS service accounts used by the application for authentication requires both “Log on as service” and “Log on as batch” access rights. When does this become an issue? When GPOs lock down access rights, this can potentially remove the “log on as batch” [...]

By | August 22nd, 2013|Recommended Articles, Tech Tip of the Week|0 Comments