Every year, Microsoft collects security and threat intelligence from their global network and compiles the trends in the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report. To keep up with the always evolving landscape, the Security Intelligence Report provides a thorough analysis of security threats and how to best mitigate the top attack types.
It happens to all of us … from crazy schedules and busy family dynamics to relocations and career changes, there are many factors that lead us to lose touch with our professional contacts.
While it may seem like a lost cause to reconnect, this simply is not true. Here are a few ways to reach back out to your professional contacts.
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In today’s changing tech world, IT professionals are exposed to constant updates at work and in their personal lives. These updates offer new features, security updates and bug fixes. With Windows as a Service (WaaS), Microsoft addresses this constant technological evolution.
We recently published a checklist of the Top 5 Reasons You Should Outsource Your IT Security Now after the news broke that Exactis had a major security breach.
Why is there so much buzz around Modern Desktop today? What does Modern desktop mean? And why should your Company embrace it?
We define the Modern Desktop experience as one that comes with the latest productivity tools to enable users to work wherever they need to, while remaining in a secure, protected state. It is deployed and managed in a simple manner to minimize overhead and is always current. Often, it includes Microsoft 365, Windows 10 and Security.
The technological landscape of today is forcing us to evolve to a world that includes application deployment, security and device management. This creates great delight for users, but challenges for IT professionals.
These days, it seems most people have a security story. Viruses, malware, hackers, ransomware, all of it is more prevalent than ever before. So, with the increasing number of outsider threats to an organization,
You probably heard on Thursday the news that a bug on Twitter potentially exposed the passwords for all 330M users. The press release from Twitter said