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Posted By Andrew Connell 02-22-2022 11:43:32 AM
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Good afternoon, all. I am on a committee assessing the process by which campus software (mostly academic and administrative titles, but enterprise-level if applicable) is onboarded and also assessed for offboarding. Specifically: The most logical avenue by which requests are submitted (ie. where ...
Posted By Andrew Connell 02-16-2022 09:09:05 AM
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Hi Allan, Yes. EDR is available with Defender for Endpoint Plan 2 licensing. Andrew ------------------------------ Andrew Connell Director, User Services Dickinson College ------------------------------
Posted By Andrew Connell 02-16-2022 06:58:00 AM
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Hi Vincent, Dickinson has used Microsoft Defender for Endpoint for years. When it first came out long ago it was generally considered one of the worst protective services, but I believe that has changed considerably. You do need to add at least Defender for Endpoint Plan 1 licensing to cover your Windows ...
Posted By Andrew Connell 11-02-2021 05:10:16 AM
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Hello all, Our users and departments have stored files in an on-prem fileserver for decades and, having had Office 364 for many years, we have a lot of employees and departments with files in OneDrive and SharePoint now as well. To improve remote work data access and streamline storage locations, we ...
Posted By Andrew Connell 10-25-2021 02:50:09 PM
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Thanks Joe, Being a heavy O365 school, AVD is where we would be look as well for DAAS. I'd be interested to know if anyone else has gone this route (or, why you didn't). Best, Andrew
Posted By Andrew Connell 10-22-2021 07:53:57 AM
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Good morning all, I am curious, of those who have ventured down the VC path, did/are you standing up VCs to offer to employees/students 1.) completely independent from on-campus (physical) systems (ie. in classrooms and/or employee offices) OR 2.) to compliment on-campus physical systems? My question ...