»What’s the difference? When talking with customers I’ve noticed they can confuse these two types of technology just by calling them both AIP. In conversations this can get confusing sometimes. Azure Identity Protection Azure Information Protection But what’s the difference? » Azure Identity Protection. This is commonly known as Azure Active Directory Identity Protection as well. This technology is a key part of the identity driven security model offered by Microsoft.
»Whats the difference? There are 3 different products that Microsoft offer that revolve around the name ATP. Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection Azure Advanced Threat Protection But whats the difference? What do you use when? »Office 365 ATP. If your looking for email messaging protection then this may be for you. Depending on the licensing you have access to Safe Attachments, Safe Links, Anti-phishing policies, Real-Time Reports, Threat Trackers, Automated Incident response and more!
>> Getting your Flows started has just got easier. Somethings that is on my UK tenant for Flow is a newly designed way of creating flows from “blank”. >>What do each of them look like? I’ll just show you some screenshots from my UK dev tenant. You still have the option to create a Flow from the existing template which I would highly recommend because there are some great templates already available.
>>Even when your taking numbers as answers its still being passed as a string! When your using Forms responses in your Flows each time you take a response it is passed into Flow in a string. But what if you’ve passed numbers that you want to then use that in an expression later on in your Flow? >>How to get around it? In Flow at the moment there is no way to specify the answers passed through from your responses to be integers or strings.
>> Notifying users in Teams through Flow. I’ve noticed a few people asking and searching for the answer to this question so here is a quick blog post about it. If you have a Flow that ends with or involves posting a message to Teams you couldn’t @mention colleagues or yourself! Now you can. This is super simple to do but there is some caveats… (bare in mind these are correct as of the time of posting this blog):