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  • Blog Post: Using EMS to Mitigate Data Leakage in BYOD Scenarios

    One of the biggest challenge in BYOD is to keep company’s data secure and isolated from user’s personal data. You need to preserve user’s privacy while maintain corporate information available and secure in the same device. EMS leverages Azure RMS capabilities to provide data classification and protection...
  • Blog Post: Countermeasure for BYOD Threats – Real World Scenario

    One year ago I was speaking at Microsoft CSO (Chief Security Officer) Council – Fall 2013 in Redmond, during that opportunity I also had a chance to record an interview with Tim Rains where we discussed some results from the Security Intelligence Report V15. Almost one year later, the main subject of...
  • Blog Post: Complete BYOD Series at TechNet Radio

    Happy Halloween y’all! Yesterday the third and last episode of the BYOD series was released at TechNet Radio. In this episode I will go over the rationale behind the BYOD Design Considerations Guide and how to use this guide to assist you creating a strategy to embrace BYOD in your company. You can watch...
  • Blog Post: Using Enterprise Mobility Suite Capabilities to Restrict Apps on Windows Phone

    One of the most common requests from companies that are embracing BYOD is: how can I restrict apps from running in the user’s mobile device? One of the Enterprise Mobility Suite components that can help you with that is Windows Intune. By using this cloud service you can manage mobile devices from multiple...
  • Blog Post: Enterprise Mobility - Beyond the BYOD Phenomenon

    While the “hot topic” nowadays is BYOD, most companies are starting to realize that it is not only about BYOD, it is about enabling a mobile workforce. Companies have different business needs, some will embrace BYOD, some will not since they want to own their mobile devices, and some others will have...
  • Blog Post: Breakout Session at TechEd North America 2014

    After one week at TechEd in Houston I would like to invite you to watch the presentation (in case you missed) that Tom Shinder and I delivered there. This presentation is fully based on our new content called Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Design Considerations Guide ( http://aka.ms/byodcg ). You can watch...
  • Blog Post: Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Design Considerations Guide

    Today our team released a new Design Considerations Guide, this time the focus is in the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) problem domain. The goal of this guide is to provide the system architect and system designer with a collection of critical design considerations that need to be addressed before designing...
  • Blog Post: BYOD Article Published at ISSA Journal

    If you are member of ISSA (Information System Security Association), the March issue of ISSA Journal is now available for you to download. I had the great opportunity to write an article about BYOD, giving guidelines with a vendor agnostic approach that will assist you to design your BYOD strategy. I...
  • Blog Post: BYOD Design Considerations at TechEd 2014

    The TechEd 2014 Catalog is now live and you can start to build your TechEd Schedule ( http://aka.ms/TENASchedule ). Tom Shinder and I will be presenting again this year, details about our presentation can be found below: This presentation is part of the Architecture track in which Tom and I are the PMs...
  • Blog Post: First post of the year with more BYOD

    Hello folks, happy new year! Wish you all a great 2014 and let’s start with the second and last part of my interview to TechNet Radio: …or watch it from here . Also, today we released the last article of the PowerShell BYOD Series, more info below: http://blogs.technet.com...
  • Blog Post: BYOD Series at Scripting Guys Blog

    Just a quick update to let you guys know that I’m working on a series of BYOD articles called “Using PowerShell to Enable BYOD”. Now, before you think that BYOD is a checkbox, it isn't , when I say “Enable BYOD”, I’m talking about the embracement of BYOD in an...
  • Blog Post: Follow Up for DFW IT PRO Meeting November 2013

    As promised, here it goes the deck that I delivered at DFW IT PRO Meeting in November 2013 about Windows Server 2012 R2 Capabilities for BYOD Scenario. Download the deck from: http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Windows-Server-2012-R2-2889ada3 Thanks for your participation and have a great holiday!
  • Blog Post: Active Directory Federation Services How-To Video Series

    Hello folks, I would like to bring awareness of a new video series that Joji Oshima (Senior Support Escalation Engineer from Active Directory Team) recorded with some great tips about ADFS. Enjoy it! Installing the Web Application Proxy Active Directory Federation Services How-To Video Series: Installing...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2012 R2 capabilities for BYOD Scenario

    Hello folks, This is indeed a busy month for me. I’m currently working in a project to write the PCIT (People Centric IT) Design Considerations Guide, which should be live sometime in December and also a lot of other projects around BYOD. Next week I’ll be in Redmond to participate in the CSO Council...