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4 best-practices to keep your Windows Server estate secure and optimized

Windows Server customers often share with us the challenges of navigating rapid changes in recent years. Many of their IT estates have expanded to support growth, while teams are often changing, with talent coming and going. You may find your ... continue reading

Upgrading and updating Windows Server AMA coming March 9

Heya folks, Ned here again. We've been hosting a series of monthly Windows Server AMA's and the latest is "Upgrading and Updating Windows Server" on March 9, 2023 at 9AM PST. Windows Server product team and mega experts like Rick Claus, Artem Pronichkin, ... continue reading

Discover the latest innovations at Azure Open Source Day 2023

This post has been coauthored by Nikisha Reyes-Grange and Katie Fritsch. “Tech companies born with an open-source mentality get it. It’s our ability to work together that makes our dreams believable, and ultimately achievable; we must learn to build on ... continue reading
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New research, tooling, and partnerships for more secure AI and machine learning

Today we’re on the verge of a monumental shift in the technology landscape that will forever change the security community. AI and machine learning may embody the most consequential technology advances of our lifetime, bringing huge opportunities to build, discover, ... continue reading

5 reasons to adopt a Zero Trust security strategy for your business

Adopting Zero Trust security for your enterprise is no longer a wish-list item—it’s a business imperative. The workplace today extends to almost anywhere, anytime, from any device. Siloed, patchwork security solutions leave gaps that threat actors continue to exploit. A ... continue reading

What’s new in Azure Data & AI: Azure is the best place to build and run AI workloads

It’s not every day that you get to be a part of something being discussed at dinner tables around the world—and we’re hearing this from customers and partners too. They’re eager to reimagine how they do business, embracing generative AI ... continue reading
PowerShell and AI: Using ChatGPT with PowerShell to Automate Tasks

PowerShell and AI: Using ChatGPT with PowerShell to Automate Tasks

AI is here to help us, but it can be daunting. I wanted to know how effective is it? I wanted to see how I could quickly generate a PowerShell script, how accurate it would be, and then how can ... continue reading
Microsoft’s approach to SaaS Security and the core product pillars: discovery, SaaS Security posture management, information protection, threat protection and app to app protection.

Microsoft shifts to a comprehensive SaaS security solution

Software as a service (SaaS) apps are ubiquitous, hybrid work is the new normal, and protecting them and the important data they store is a big challenge for organizations. Today, 59 percent of security professionals find the SaaS sprawl challenging ... continue reading

Sorry, OneDrive can’t add your folder right now

Hi community,     Introduction  Hello everyone, my name is Dave Guenthner, and I am a Senior FastTrack Architect (FTA) at Microsoft.  The purpose of this blog is to share a recent customer problem and provide suggestions for resolution. Working in Fast ... continue reading
Chart showing that an organizational approach to cybersecurity includes commitment from the board of directors, implementation by security management, strong security focused policies and procedures, testing and validation, and service and solution delivery.

Addressing cybersecurity at the board level with Difenda and Microsoft

This blog post is part of the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association guest blog series. Learn more about MISA.  Cybersecurity is no longer simply a lone silo or regulatory process; it is a business issue that affects every aspect of an organization. From ... continue reading