Published: 01 April 2019
Microsoft Graph exposes the combined capabilities of Office 365, Windows 10, and the Enterprise Mobility and Security suite through a single API endpoint. I&O leaders managing these products must use the Microsoft Graph API to automate and secure operational and business workflows.
Included in Full Research
- Orchestrate Operational and Business Workflows by Using the Microsoft Graph API
- Automate Governance of Office 365 Groups to Avoid Groups Sprawl
- Orchestrate a Workflow That Connects Dependent but Disjointed Tasks
- Build a DevOps Toolchain for Mobile Workflows
- Implement a Tiered Office 365 Support Plan by Analyzing Application Usage by Device Type and Mission Criticality to Business
- Leverage Graph Integration Capabilities in UEM Tools to Enforce Conditional Access and App Protection Policies for Office 365 Apps
- Microsoft Intune Integration With the Microsoft Graph API: Is It a Prerequisite to Deploy and Secure Office 365?
- Use UEM Capabilities to Enforce Intune App Protection Policies for Office 365 Apps
- Use UEM Capabilities to Enforce Azure AD Conditional Access Policies
- Prevent Inadvertent Data Loss From Microsoft Graph Applications by Controlling Access to User Permissions
- Adhere to the Principle of Least Privilege in Granting Permissions to Microsoft Graph Apps
- Lack of Native Audit Capabilities Within Microsoft Graph