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Advancing Azure service quality with artificial intelligence: AIOps

Advancing Azure service quality with artificial intelligence: AIOps

“In the era of big data, insights collected from cloud services running at the scale of Azure quickly exceed the attention span of humans. It’s critical to identify the right steps to maintain the highest possible quality of service based ... continue reading
Defending Exchange servers under attack

Defending Exchange servers under attack

Securing Exchange servers is one of the most important things defenders can do to limit organizational exposure to attacks. Any threat or vulnerability impacting Exchange servers should be treated with the highest priority because these servers contain critical business data, ... continue reading
Diagram of a high-level view of the global Azure.com architecture.

How Azure.com operates on Azure part 2: Technology and architecture

When you’re the company that builds the cloud platforms used by millions of people, your own cloud content needs be served up fast. Azure.com—a complex, cloud-based application that serves millions of people every day—is built entirely from Azure components and ... continue reading
Cover of the Enabling Data Residency and Data Protection in Azure Regions white paper.

Making your data residency choices easier with Azure

Azure is now available in over 140 countries and offers customers more than 60 datacenter regions worldwide (and growing) from which to choose. These Azure regions provide customers with the benefits of data residency and latency optimization and may enable ... continue reading
Graph showing trend of COVID-19 themed attacks and mapping key events during the outbreak

Exploiting a crisis: How cybercriminals behaved during the outbreak

In the past several months, seemingly conflicting data has been published about cybercriminals taking advantage of the COVID-19 outbreak to attack consumers and enterprises alike. Big numbers can show shifts in attacker behavior and grab headlines. Cybercriminals did indeed adapt ... continue reading
 Diagram showing that Azure is the platform that underpins Teams Services and Office 365 Core Service

Advancing Microsoft Teams on Azure—operating at pandemic scale

“The COVID-19 pandemic has reset what it means to work, study, and socialize. Like many of us, I have come to rely on Microsoft Teams as my connection to my colleagues. In this post, our friends from the Microsoft Teams ... continue reading

Optimize costs and increase agility with the latest SAP on Azure offerings

SAP SAPPHIRE NOW is an event we look forward to year after year, as it’s always a place to meet our customers and learn how we can continue to support their evolving needs. This year, those conversations will take a ... continue reading
Blue teams helping red teams: A tale of a process crash, PowerShell, and the MITRE ATT&CK evaluation

Blue teams helping red teams: A tale of a process crash, PowerShell, and the MITRE ATT&CK evaluation

In September 2019, MITRE evaluated Microsoft Threat Protection (MTP) and other endpoint security solutions. The ATT&CK evaluation lasted for three days, with a professional red team from MITRE emulating many advanced attack behaviors used by the nation-state threat group known ... continue reading
PARINACOTA ransomware attack chain

The science behind Microsoft Threat Protection: Attack modeling for finding and stopping evasive ransomware

The linchpin of successful cyberattacks, exemplified by nation state-level attacks and human-operated ransomware, is their ability to find the path of least resistance and progressively move across a compromised network. Determining the full scope and impact of these attacks is ... continue reading
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Updating Configuration Manager in Offline Mode with the Service Connection Tool

Hey everyone, Chris Vetter Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft here to go over updating Configuration Manager Current Branch in an Offline environment. I have installed the Baseline version 1902 of Configuration Manager Current Branch and I am going to walk ... continue reading