Microsoft Forefront Server Protection Blog

The official blog of the Forefront Server Protection product team.

Welcome to the Forefront

Welcome to the Forefront

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Hello all and welcome to the new blog for the Microsoft Forefront Server Security products. Many of you may be familiar with and/or running our products under one of our previous handles. Whether you are a long-time Sybari Antigen user, a recent Microsoft Antigen user, or a brand new user of Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server 2007 and/or SharePoint 2007, this is the place for you to get information straight from the team that delivers the product line to you.

My name is Brett Tanzer, and I am the manager of the Forefront Server Security engineering group at Microsoft.  Our team is dedicated to ensuring that you have the most reliable, up-to-date, comprehensive protection available for your servers, and that we deliver the deeply integrated, simplified experience you demand. Every day, from our home base near the north shore of Long Island, NY, we are working with our partners to ensure that we are protecting you against the latest threats and taking advantage of the most recent advances in technology to increase your confidence in the security of your environments.

Our product names are rather long and we affectionately refer to the set of products as “FSS”. Please feel free to do the same in your posts or replies. In the future this is the place where you will be able to find and share information about how to use the FSS products, learn about interesting and sometimes undiscovered features in the products, and learn about upcoming events in the life of the FSS product line and the team. Please visit us here regularly.

Brett Tanzer

Forefront Server Security Product Unit Manager

 

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