Topic: microsoft

Dropbox 2024 Spring release introduces end-to-end encryption for team folders and new Dropbox Replay features

The file storage and sharing company Dropbox just announced its 2024 Spring release which comes with a number of new features, including end-to-end encryption for team folders, additional Dropbox Replay features, new Microsoft integrations, and more. End-to-end encryption has been added to shared team folders, which is beneficial for teams who are working with highly … continue reading

Veeam expands backup capabilities for Microsoft 365

Veeam Software is now simplifying the process for customers to safeguard Microsoft 365 through Cirrus by Veeam, which is a Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) offering. It aims to provide Microsoft customers with effective data protection and ransomware recovery capabilities. This solution, building on Veeam’s track record of protecting almost 18 million Microsoft 365 users, includes support for … continue reading

Microsoft Security Copilot brings GPT-4 capabilities to security systems

Microsoft is adding to the list of offerings it has that incorporate AI to improve how businesses run. Microsoft Security Copilot combines the capabilities of GPT-4 with Microsoft’s security capabilities to provide an end-to-end defense system. The company hopes that this new solution will enable security to be a more human endeavor as security professionals … continue reading

Cloudflare announces integrations with Microsoft, Atlassian, and Sumo Logic

Cloudflare announced new integrations with Atlassian, Microsoft, and Sumo Logic to offer wider availability for its zero-trust security platform.  “Today’s CISOs are tasked with securing a complex matrix of applications, tools, and devices that inherently require a Zero Trust approach. That’s why we continue to expand Cloudflare One to make it as seamless as possible, … continue reading

Microsoft update renders signed driver malware obsolete

Back in October, Microsoft was informed that drivers certified by Microsoft’s Windows Hardware Developer Program were being used in a malicious way in post-exploitation activity.  Microsoft was made aware of this activity by security companies SentinelOne, Mandiant, and Sophos and were quick to perform an investigation. Christopher Budd, senior manager of threat research in the … continue reading

Windows Subsystem for Linux now generally available in Microsoft Store

Microsoft has made the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) generally available in the Microsoft Store, removing the preview label from the store listing. WSL enables developers to install a Linux distribution on their Windows machines,  With the latest release, WSL is now available in the Microsoft Store on both Windows 10 and Windows 11. This … continue reading

Dell expands zero trust offerings with identity and endpoint protection

Dell announced new services for Microsoft products that focus on zero trust, including Identity and Endpoint Protection with Microsoft Zero Trust.  The new capability aims to help companies achieve zero trust alignment by providing expert guidance, implementation services, adoption and change management strategies.  It provides assessments of Active Directory and Azure Active Directory and offers … continue reading

Kyndryl, Microsoft, and Dell Technologies announce new integrated hybrid cloud solution

Kyndryl, Microsoft, and Dell Technologies have all teamed up to provide a new solution to help customers accelerate their cloud transformation projects.  The integrated hybrid cloud solution brings together strengths from Microsoft Azure, Kyndryl managed services, and Dell Technologies infrastructure. The offering is called Kyndryl Distributed Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI), and … continue reading

Microsoft introduces new cost management updates

Microsoft recently announced several updates that have been made regarding cloud cost management. These updates are intended to bring users visibility into what they are spending and where they are spending it so there are no surprises when it comes to the bill. The first of these updates is the ability to view costs in … continue reading

Weaveworks announces new integration with Microsoft

Weaveworks announced a new GitOps extension on Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) and Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes to govern and control hybrid and multi-cloud environments. The companies created the integration with a joint goal of providing a robust, secure and user-friendly solution to enable the running of Kubernetes clusters everywhere, from other public clouds to private … continue reading

Report: Small businesses receive 350% more social engineering attacks than enterprises, mostly from Microsoft impersonators

An average employee of a small business with less than 100 employees will receive 350% more social engineering attacks than an employee of a larger enterprise. The most commonly impersonated brand is Microsoft, used by cybercriminals in 57% of phishing attacks – the most prevalent social engineering attack of 2021.  These findings are from the … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: VMware Cross-Cloud services in AWS Marketplace; AWS Elastic Disaster Recovery; Microsoft and JetStream partnership

VMware has announced that Carbon Black Cloud and Tanzu are now available on the AWS Marketplace. According to VMware, this will provide customers with benefits like accelerating applications modernization, migrating workloads to the cloud, adopting a cloud operating model, and securely connecting a distributed workforce to cloud-based resources.  “Whether a customer has transitioned their business … continue reading

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