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What is Microsoft 365? Breaking Down Microsoft’s New Bundle

This morning kicked off Microsoft’s Inspire conference, a week long showcase of Microsoft’s impact in the enterprise space and the strides its taking in the coming year to increase its dominance.

As CEO Satya Nadella took the stage and began his keynote, it became clear that Microsoft would be keeping to its mission of enabling people to do more by offering more complete service offerings for creating secure, online workspaces.

What is Petya? How to protect against the newest ransomware attack.

Yesterday afternoon, reports began to surface about a new series of cyberattacks from a ransomware virus called ‘Petya’. This comes just one month after the WannaCry ransomware ravaged IT systems across the globe, including the UK’s National Health Service (NHS).

For those who don’t know, Ransomware is a form of malware which encrypts files on infected devices and then demands payment in Bitcoin for the affected user to recover them.

New SharePoint Enhancements!

Today, Microsoft hosted its SharePoint Virtual Summit to discuss the latest improvements coming to the platform. There were three key sections to the presentation that we wanted to take the time to review in case you missed it.
1. Microsoft Flow and Power Apps
Microsoft is committed to being a “no-code” or “low code” platform, meaning that technical knowledge should not be a hurdle for businesses to customize their workloads.

Defending from Ransomware in 2017

As far as malware goes, ransomware poses one of the biggest threats to businesses today, costing an estimated 2.4 million per year.

Infection occurs through email phishing, in which the attacker sends an unwitting target a seemingly innocuous email embedded with a malicious link which installs malware when clicked.

Office 365 Updates to Be Excited for in 2017

Each passing year offers up an opportunity to tally how far Office 365 has come as a platform, and look forward to the next year to see how it may continue to improve. For reference, here are a just few features that were released in 2016:

New updated admin center and homepage
Usage reporting for SharePoint, OneDrive and Exchange
Kanban style project management with Planner
New site-building options and mobile apps for SharePoint
Compliance Center for Office 365

And as can be revealed by Microsoft’s roadmap for Office 365, there is plenty more in store for 2017. In this post, we’ll be covering just a few of the biggest changes users and admins can look forward to in the new year.

New Year, New Cyber-Threats

New Year, New Cyber-Threats

Have you had to deal with security issues in the past year? Brace yourself, as there are more to come. For this reason, security experts have become indispensable members of society, who guard tech-dependent individuals and businesses against malicious attacks that pose threats to their privacy and livelihood.

OneDrive for Business Admin Center has arrived!

One of the key difference between Office 365’s SharePoint and OneDrive for Business document management services is the level of ownership and control between users and administrators. SharePoint belongs to the admins to manage, while users have dominion over their own personal storage in OneDrive for Business.