Secure Development with Microsoft 365 and Azure AD (Part 1 of 2)

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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

12 - 1 PM EDT

Ensuring your development practices are secure is extremely important. At Extranet User Manager and Envision IT, we set out high standards to follow with Microsoft 365 and Azure AD at the core of our practice. 

We work with many different clients and find there is a range of ways they work, some more secure than others. We have defined development practices that leverage the latest security from Microsoft and ensures all development is secure! 

In this webinar we will cover: 

  • Making Azure AD the centre of your application security 
  • User identity versus service principals for programmatic access to Microsoft 365
  • What is appropriate to do in client-side JavaScript, versus backend APIs or Logic Apps 
  • Accessing SharePoint Online through JavaScript, C# .NET code, and PowerShell in Azure Automation 
  • App only versus delegated access pros and cons on security, auditing, and SharePoint Online throttling
  • Common solution architecture scenarios
  • Scaling your Azure App Service for API performance, as well as mitigating SharePoint Online throttling 

This webinar is part 1 of 2 in a series focusing on Secure Development in the Microsoft Cloud. Be sure to register for the Part 2 of this webinar series below!

Microsoft 365 SDLC Best Practices (Part 2 of 2)

Microsoft 365 SDLC Best Practices (Part 2 of 2)

May 04, 2021
12–1 PM EDT
This webinar is Part 2 of 2 in our Secure Development in the Microsoft Cloud webinar series. Previously we reviewed how to make Azure AD core to your application security strategy.


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Peter Carson

Peter Carson, President of Extranet User Manager and a Microsoft MVP, is a recognized expert in Office 365, SharePoint, and Extranet strategies. Read Peter's full bio and check out some of EUM's recent articles and blogs for all things Microsoft and extranet related.