Author: Dean Ellerby

Microsoft Defender for Business Brings Enterprise-Grade Endpoint Security to SMEs

by Dean Ellerby

On November 2nd 2021, Microsoft announced Microsoft Defender for Business. The announcement comes following a series of rebranding exercises into the “Microsoft Defender for” fold. What is Microsoft Defender for Business? Microsoft Defender for Business is a new endpoint security solution that will be available soon in preview. Defender for Business is designed to bring… Read More

Microsoft Intune App Protection Policies Get Improved Targeting Capabilities

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With Microsoft Intune Service Release 2109, released the week of 27th September 2021, there have been some significant improvements in how targeting for App Protection Policies can be achieved. These new capabilities come alongside an array of new Intune capabilities available in this new update. What are Microsoft Intune App Protection Policies? According to Microsoft,… Read More

Microsoft Defender for Endpoint Pricing Plans

by Dean Ellerby

Microsoft recently announced that Microsoft Defender for Endpoint will soon be available in two plans: P1 and P2. In this article, I will look at how the two plans compare. With Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android devices being the most common target for cyber criminals, malware and threats are continuously improving and evolving. In the… Read More

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