Do YOU Trust Microsoft with Your Organization’s Security?
In episode 17 of This Week in IT, Petri’s Editorial Director, Russell Smith, looks at Microsoft’s rapidly growing security business after the recent earnings report. Plus, there’s more security news as Emotet moves from feeding off Office macros to PowerShell. And Microsoft teams up with Red Button to provide independent testing of Azure cloud infrastructure.
Plus, Microsoft is providing small businesses with one hour of free presales support for Microsoft 365, registrations for Build open, and Microsoft is quietly moving Microsoft 365 commercial customers to the Monthly Enterprise Channel.
And as always, there’s a spotlight on the best now tutorial articles on Petri.com. And this week’s Hot Tip shows you how to create Microsoft Loop ‘paragraphs’.
About This Week in IT
This week in IT is a weekly podcast hosted by Petri’s Editorial Director Russell Smith. Each week, Russell rounds up the most important stories for IT pros in a short video.
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