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Mike Wilson

Addressing Confusion Around Microsoft’s 4 Advanced Threat Protection Solutions

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You may have noticed that there are currently four Microsoft products with “Advanced Threat Protection” in their name:

  1. Azure Advanced Threat Protection
  2. Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection
  3. Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection
  4. SQL Advanced Threat Protection

While each of these solutions offers value to its users, there’s been some confusion around the similar naming of these products. Let’s clear up confusion by taking a closer look at each of these products and their features, benefits, and intended use cases.

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Eric Brophy

Choosing the Right Office 365 eDiscovery Solution: Comparing E1 vs. E3 vs. E5 Plans

Choosing the Right Office 365 eDiscovery Solution: Comparing E1 vs. E3 vs. E5 Plans

Whether you're a large organization with hundreds of employees or a recent start-up, there may come a time when a pressing matter may occur. This may come in the form of an internal dispute about inappropriate communication in the workplace, something someone said to a client or business partner, or perhaps a lawsuit. You never know, but when it happens, you'll need to be able to identify what exactly occurred and what the next steps are. It may seem impossible when most our communication today is done electronically. How can you find the exact information you need, when hundreds of messages and documents are sent and edited daily? If you are doing it manually, it can be incredibly hard, but with Office 365 eDiscovery you can sort through a ton of content in a single search. eDiscovery searches for content throughout Office 365 within Exchange Online mailboxes, Groups, Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive, and Skype for Business conversations. You can easily identify, hold, and export relevant content quickly, making it easier than ever to find what you’re looking for. So how do you get started with eDiscovery in Office 365 and what plan do you need for what?

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Mike Wilson

Windows 10 Enterprise E3 Features

Windows 10 Enterprise E3 Features

Windows 10 Enterprise E3 was built for organizations that need enterprise-grade security for their sensitive data, operate in regulated industries, and need increased management functionality. If this sounds like your organization, the Windows 10 Enterprise E3 version is the way to go.

Below is a deeper dive into what Windows 10 Enterprise E3 features set it apart from Pro:

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Matt Scherocman

How Microsoft Solutions Can Help Identify Your Leaked Credentials

How Microsoft Solutions Can Help Identify Your Leaked Credentials

Hackers are dedicated to getting into and compromising your systems. They can use sophisticated coding techniques to get around or break through your security defenses. Unfortunately, many times that type of extensive effort isn’t necessary because organizations make it easy for hackers to steal credentials by failing to have adequate defenses in place.

Nearly two out of every three confirmed data breaches involve weak, default, or stolen passwords.1 In total, according to Microsoft, tens of millions of credentials are exposed every month and are added to growing lists on the dark web. These stolen user IDs and passwords are extremely valuable to cyber thieves since three of every four users re-use credentials across multiple sites and continue to use the same credentials for years.2

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Matt Scherocman

Microsoft Rights Management – Three Different Options to Best Fit Your Information Needs and Budget

Microsoft Rights Management – Three Different Options to Best Fit Your Information Needs and Budget

Microsoft has three different levels of functionality around controlling access to critical intellectual property with rights management. 

Here is a quick summary of Microsoft's Rights Management offerings:

1) Rights Management Service for Office 365

Included in the E3 Service

This option is for those who want base level security and the ability to keep documents that are stored in the cloud secure. It does not protect documents stored locally on a file share, but there is a connector available for Exchange and SharePoint.

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