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Azure Backup now supports storage accounts secured with Azure Storage Firewalls and Virtual Networks

We are happy to announce the Azure IaaS VM backup support for network restricted storage accounts. With storage firewalls and Virtual Networks, you can allow traffic only from selected virtual networks and subnets. With this you can create a secure ... continue reading

Azure.Source – Volume 27

Welcome to Azure.Source #27! Last week in Azure, we made quite a few announcements about updates to Azure Stream Analytics, which you'll find captured below. In addition, Microsoft was at the 2018 NAB Show in Las Vegas, which provided an ... continue reading

GDPR offers one more reason to focus on your disaster recovery strategy

Has your organization failed to devise a business continuity and disaster recovery plan because of the perception that it’s complex or expensive? Or perhaps you have a disaster recovery plan, but maybe you're not testing it frequently enough because of ... continue reading

In case you missed it! The latest System Center release, version 1801, is here

In February we announced that System Center, version 1801 was now available. It’s the first release in our new Semi-Annual Channel and delivers new features and enhancements based on customer feedback. It builds on the capabilities of System Center 2016 ... continue reading

Offline media import for Azure

So many customers I talk to want to upload their offline data stores into the cloud. Yet, no one wants to spend hours and hours inserting tapes, connecting older hard disks, or figuring out how to digitize and upload film ... continue reading

Azure.Source – Volume 26

Last week, Azure expanded its global footprint with new regions available for Australia and New Zealand. In addition, updates were made to reduce your Azure cost, such as flexible new ways to purchase Azure SQL Database, a new inexpensive pricing ... continue reading

In case you missed it! The latest System Center release, version 1801, is here

In February we announced that System Center, version 1801 was now available. It’s the first release in our new Semi-Annual Channel and delivers new features and enhancements based on customer feedback. It builds on the capabilities of System Center 2016 ... continue reading

In case you missed it! The latest System Center release, version 1801, is here.

In February we announced that System Center, version 1801 was now available. It’s the first release in our new Semi-Annual Channel and delivers new features and enhancements based on customer feedback. It builds on the capabilities of System Center 2016 ... continue reading

In case you missed it! The latest System Center release, version 1801, is here.

In February we announced that System Center, version 1801 was now available. It’s the first release in our new Semi-Annual Channel and delivers new features and enhancements based on customer feedback. It builds on the capabilities of System Center 2016 ... continue reading
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