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The shared responsibility model for cloud security. As cloud service provider takes responsibility for controls, the cloud customer can use their resources to focus on the controls for which they remain responsible.

Meet critical infrastructure security compliance requirements with Microsoft 365

Critical infrastructure operators face a hostile cyber threat environment and a complex compliance landscape. Every operator of an industrial control system also operates an IT network to service its productivity needs. A supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system operator ... continue reading

On Prem To The Cloud: Migrating to Azure SQL (episode 7)

Our customers have been wanting some more basic, getting started material on taking their on prem applications and moving them to the cloud. This video series does just that. Starting with a simple on prem solution, lifting and shifting and ... continue reading
What's the difference between a personal Microsoft account and a work or school account?

What's the difference between a personal Microsoft account and a work or school account?

Microsoft provides three main Identity services - Active Directory, Azure Active Directory and Microsoft Accounts. In this article, we'll explore the differences between Azure Active Directory and Microsoft Accounts. Interested in the difference between Active Directory and Azure Active Directory? ... continue reading
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Perform at-scale, agentless SQL Server discovery and assessment with Azure Migrate

Moving on-premises infrastructure, databases, and applications to Azure is key to the success of your cloud migration and modernization journey, and we are committed to simplifying that process. With each major milestone, we set out to make these primary migration ... continue reading
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Do more for the National Security mission with Azure

As we continue to deliver on our commitment to providing the broadest range of commercial innovation for government, we’re rapidly advancing new capabilities for the National Security mission. Azure helps mission teams gain insight from data—at any security level—anywhere. For ... continue reading
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Azure Defender for Storage powered by Microsoft threat intelligence

This blog post was co-authored with Roy Levin, Senior Data Scientist With the reality of working from home, more people and devices are now accessing corporate data across home networks. This raises the risks of cyber-attacks and elevates the importance ... continue reading

Accelerating Department of Defense mission workloads with Azure

As the Azure engineering team continues to deliver a rapid pace of innovation for defense customers, we’re also continuing to support Department of Defense (DoD) customers and partners in delivering new capabilities to serve mission needs. In many cases, accelerating ... continue reading
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What's the difference between Azure Security Center, Azure Defender and Azure Sentinel?

It's common to have a pre-defined perspective when you hear the word "security". Some people think of applications being configured correctly or insecure coding practices. Some people think of identity concepts like password spray attacks, phishing or multi factor authentication ... continue reading
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Azure Front Door enhances secure cloud CDN with intelligent threat protection

This blog post was co-authored by Jessie Jia, Senior Program Manager The Internet is the new corporate network and the fabric that connects users, devices, and data to applications of all types. It is foundational to how organizations run their businesses, engage their customers, conduct commerce, operate their supply chain, and enable their ... continue reading
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Introduction to Microsoft Azure Government Secret

Disclaimer: The purpose of this article is only to call attention to Microsoft’s new cloud service (Azure Government Secret), highlight its public features/services, and provide general guidance for those Microsoft customers who are eligible to use these new services. For ... continue reading