Azure

Microsoft Announces Secured-Core Hardware for Windows Server 2022 and Azure Stack HCI

by Rabia Noureen

Earlier this year, Microsoft unveiled its plans to expand the Secured-Core initiative to its server products to help protect organizations from firmware attacks. The company has recently unveiled its plans to expand the Secured-Core initiative are now available for enterprise customers. “Partnering with leading original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and silicon vendors, Secured-core servers use industry-standard… Read More

What is Microsoft 365? Everything You Need to Know About Microsoft’s Subscription Service to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Other Services and Applications

by Jason Wynn

Microsoft 365 is a subscription service that brings the latest Office desktop apps together with cloud apps and services like file storage, security, collaboration, and productivity, including Microsoft Teams, Lists, SharePoint, Exchange, Planner, OneDrive, and much more. Microsoft 365 is available in plans for personal users, families, businesses, and large enterprises. Microsoft 365 includes apps… Read More

Microsoft Defender for Cloud Supports AWS

by Michael Otey

At this past virtual Ignite 2021 conference, Microsoft announced that their Microsoft Defender for Cloud service will provide native support for AWS. Multi-cloud protection has become a priority for most businesses. Flexera’s 2021 State of the Cloud report showed that 92% of organizations now have a multi-cloud strategy. Microsoft Defender for Cloud was previously called… Read More

What’s New with Azure – September 2021

by Aidan Finn

Microsoft recently announced that their Ignite (online only) conference will be running again on November 2-4. That means we are approaching peak season for announcements, new public preview releases, and general availability. “Q3” in announcements and roadmaps will often mean between early September and maybe the third week of October – a code freeze will… Read More