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Microsoft Security Essentials
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Here Be Dragons - Enterprises Under Assault
Doesn't it seem like every week there is some article pointing out how serious the cyber-security problem is? One of the triggers for my previous posting on Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) was a survey claiming, if I recall correctly as I couldn't locate the link, about 22% of enterprises had suffered...
26 Feb 2010
Why Microsoft Security Essentials is good for business
Enterprises invest a lot of time and money in protecting their organizations from Malware and other threats. No doubt you've installed Microsoft Forefront Client Security or another anti-malware product on all of your managed PCs. You probably also have deployed edge protection such as Microsoft Forefront...
19 Feb 2010
Increasing DirectAccess Deployability
Andrew Garcia over at eWeek has written an excellent article describing his experience testing Microsoft Forefront UAG 2010's capabilities for assisting deployment of Microsoft Windows' DirectAccess. I thought I'd add a little color commentary to the deployment topic.. A little over a year before...
15 Feb 2010
Delighting end users with Forefront UAG and DirectAccess
At my first 1-on-1 this year with Lee Nackman, the Identity and Security Division's Corporate Vice President, he asked me how something could possibly work. While on vacation on the east coast Lee had changed his password to Microsoft's corporate network using Outlook Web Access from a family computer...
29 Jan 2010
Introduction to Hal Berenson
Hi, my name is Hal Berenson. I'm a Distinguished Engineer in Microsoft's Identity and Security Division where I lead our central architecture team (a.k.a, "ICA Architecture"). I'm also the General Manager of the Anywhere Access Group, which creates and delivers our Forefront Unified Access Gateway and...
29 Jan 2010
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