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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

How to Install Ubuntu in Windows 10 with WSL 2

by Russell Smith

Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is an optional feature in Windows 10 that allows developers and system administrators to run Linux shells and command-line applications without installing Linux in a virtual machine (VM). WSL provides developers with an integrated experience so they can develop and test Linux apps without ever leaving their Windows desktop. For… Read More

Competition and Adoption Driving Microsoft to Linux Client for Teams

by Tony Redmond

Lots of hot air and fuss resulted when Microsoft confirmed on the Teams UserVoice site that they are actively working on a Teams client for Linux. Many Office 365 tenants will be bemused at the attention this topic received, but competition with Slack and the need to drive faster adoption in Teams deployments are compelling reasons for Microsoft to do this work. We can only hope that the project results in better Teams clients all round.

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