Monday, September 16, 2019

Ronny de Jong

Ronny works as principal consultant for InSpark, the #1 Dutch Microsoft Partner specialized in Datacenter & Apps, Modern Workplace, Data/AI, Security & Managed Services. As principal consultant Ronny is member of the Technology Board, which is responsible for technology innovation, strategy & vision of InSpark. Ronny’s primary focus is on Microsoft 365 (Identity-, Modern Workplace-, Security & Threat protection. He‘s responsible for a great team of highly skilled consultant’s helping customers to accelerate by innovation. In his role as Microsoft Valuable Professional (MVP) he’s working closely with various Microsoft product groups to provide (customer) feedback, product improvements & most important, his contribution to the community by sharing knowledge & experience. His presence at various international (community) events like Tech Summit, Expertslive Europe, TechDays & various user group meetings are dedicated by meeting people & again sharing knowledge.

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  Microsoft continues to deliver it’s password-less promise and introduces native FIDO2-based authentication to Windows 10 & Azure AD. “There is no doubt that over time,...
This blog post is an introduction of a series of blogs to cover the game changing risk-based approach Microsoft Defender ATP offers to the...
In 2004, long before we went online massively concepts like phishing or ransomware were on the rise, Bill Gates, predicted at the RSA Conference...
In the early days of onboarding Windows 10 endpoints to Windows Defender ATP you had to define a custom device configuration policy via Intune,...
The cloud management gateway (CMG) provides a simple way to manage Configuration Manager clients on the internet. By deploying the CMG as a cloud...
In Configuration Manager Current Branch 1806, Microsoft introduced the Cloud Management Gateway Connector Analyzer. A highly valued feature which is a great starting point...

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