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ICYMI – All the cool new ways Azure AD is helping you secure and manage access to your apps

ICYMI – All the cool new ways Azure AD is helping you secure and manage access to your apps

Hey folks, We often hear from our customers that in an effort to keep up with a demand for increased productivity and IT modernization, more and more organizations are faced with an avalanche of applications to manage for their users ... continue reading
Get Azure Pipeline Build Status with the Azure CLI

Get Azure Pipeline Build Status with the Azure CLI

I spend a majority of my day working in Visual Studio Code editing files, committing these changes to a git repository, and in some cases triggering Azure Pipeline builds .via the commit and continuous integration. I use the Visual Studio ... continue reading
IoT in Action webinar: IoT and the New Safety Net.

Put IoT in action to overcome public building safety challenges

Transparency is an important part of public safety projects. Officials must know what is happening in real time, as well as be able to collaborate with others involved in the project. To create a collaborative and transparent environment, security officials ... continue reading

Azure resources to assess risk and compliance

This blog post was co-authored by Lucy Raikova, Senior Program Manager, Azure Global – Financial Services. It is vital for our customers in the Financial Services Industry to deliver innovation and value to their customers while adhering to strict security ... continue reading
Five tips to improve the migration process to Azure Active Directory

Five tips to improve the migration process to Azure Active Directory

Hello! This is Sue Bohn, director of program management for Identity and Access Management. I’m thrilled to announce the first post in our Voice of the Partner blog series. Today we’ve invited Joe Stocker of Patriot Consulting to share five ... continue reading
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Machine Learning powered detections with Kusto query language in Azure Sentinel

This post is co-authored by Tim Burrell, Principal Security Engineering Manager and Dotan Patrich, Principal Software Engineer. As cyberattacks become more complex and harder to detect. The traditional correlation rules of a SIEM are not enough, they are lacking the ... continue reading
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QnA Maker updates – April 2019

We are excited to provide several updates for the QnA Maker service. To see previous releases for Conversational AI from Microsoft in March, see this post. New Bot Framework v4 Template for QnA Maker The QnA Maker service lets you ... continue reading
Azure AD Mailbag: Windows Hello for business

Azure AD Mailbag: Windows Hello for business

Greetings! It’s another Friday, so it’s time for another Azure AD mailbag and today we’ll be looking at Windows Hello questions. It is my favorite and most used form of authentication on my Surface devices. Windows Hello is one of ... continue reading
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Changes to Ticket-Granting Ticket (TGT) Delegation Across Trusts in Windows Server (CIS edition)

Hello Everyone! Allen Sudbring here, Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft. Today I'm putting a post out to get some critical information to everyone who supports Windows Server and Active Directory Domain Services. If you haven’t seen the KB article that ... continue reading
tax-related phishing document with malicious macro code

Steer clear of tax scams

In the month of February, we saw an average of 300,000 phishing attempts across Microsoft’s browsing platforms daily. Our security experts expect these attempted scams to become increasingly more prevalent through the April 15 Tax Day, especially in the two ... continue reading