Alumni licensing in O365 when you have AADSync and want to disable the on-prem account & Managing O365 licenses: Identity Management approach.

Meeting date

Agenda

What’s New?

Recently, The MIM Team User Group has been on hiatus, as we considered the future of the group. It requires an amount of energy and effort to keep the group running, and we thought that the User Group would be better served by extended the scope. As such, we are now discussing all things Microsoft Identity related. This allows the group to use its core skills with MIM 2016 to keep up with new technologies as released by Microsoft. We feel this is in line with Microsoft’s competencies, which has moved the Identity competencies inside the Mobility competency. We encourage every member of the group to consider future topics for discussion, which may be Azure AD Connect, Azure AD, Azure AD B2C or B2B, or anything else related to Microsoft Identity.

 

Meeting Topics:

Presented by Bob Bradley: Managing O365 licenses: Identity Management approach.

Scripting can provide some automation, but see how to take this to the next level with an Identity Management approach, and realize the benefits.

Presented by Carol Wapshere: Alumni licensing in O365 when you have AADSync and want to disable the on-prem account.

You can read more about the topics that will be covered on The MIM Team News.

 

Other News:

Identity and Access Community:

We are proud to announce the launch of a new online community that is aimed at supporting the Identity and Access Industry and providing a platform for industry discussions and thought leadership.

Some of the first posts on the community have been contributed by two MVPs, Bob Bradley and Carol Wapshere.

As an industry community, you are encouraged to contribute to discussions through sharing, commenting or submitting a guest post to the community.

Visit the Identity and Access Community at www.IdentityandAccess.org. You can also connect with the community on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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