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Over the last 18-24 months the embrace of public cloud for critical workloads has transitioned from the “investigative” stage to “plan of record” for the majority of organizations.  Still, mysteries and major questions remain – especially when it comes to securing your cloud workloads.  Microsoft understands the needs of their customers to secure their cloud workload and has developed a great toolset to make securing Microsoft Azure simple and straightforward – Azure Security Center (ASC).  ASC... [Read More]
by RSS Warren Wu  |  Aug 05, 2016  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
Securing Microsoft Azure: A new Fortinet-Microsoft Cloud Security Workshop SeriesOn June 8th, Microsoft will be hosting Fortinet’s Azure Cloud team to discuss how to secure your cloud workloads.  The events, being held in Mississauga, Ontario & downtown Toronto, will be packed with leaders from Microsoft’s Enterprise Software & Cloud and Fortinet’s Cloud Security teams, delivering a customer-focused workshop on cloud security. For many organizations the value – speed, agility, productivity, and cost reduction, etc. – of moving to the... [Read More]
by RSS Bill McGee  |  Jun 01, 2016  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
What do you get when you combine the world’s most widely deployed NGFW with the largest scalable infrastructure and then add-in unmatched granular visibility, control, threat prevention and a whole lot of other DevOps capabilities?  You get a scalable, secure, and easy to use cloud infrastructure that customers can migrate to or build their workloads on with confidence.  Microsoft Azure announced their Azure Security Center (ASC) program in September 2015 (after having been used in a preview form by thousands of customers) with... [Read More]
by RSS Richard Henderson  |  Feb 25, 2016  |  Filed in: Industry Trends
“I want my MTV...” One of the most iconic lines from one of the greatest rock songs of the 80’s, “Money For Nothing”. OK, not just from the 80’s, but of all time. But rock nostalgia aside, this is the line that pops into my head every time I think about redesigning my website. It’s an ancient, outdated piece of garbage, thrown together quickly in Dreamweaver back in the days when people did that sort of thing. And each time I get ready to do something about it, I hear Mark Knopfler’s awesome guitar... [Read More]
by RSS Chris Dawson  |  May 15, 2015  |  Filed in: Industry Trends