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How cyber-attackers use Microsoft 365 tools to steal data
Vectra security research has recently identified how cyber-attackers use Microsoft Office 365 tools against organisations to steal data and take over accounts.
BlueJeans adds cloud video interop for Microsoft Teams
With increased support for the hybrid workforce, the latest updates are designed to help organisations plan back-to-office strategies.
Interview: Henson Group CEO on expanding into NZ
Techday sat down with founder and chief executive officer Greg Henson, who discusses the move to New Zealand and the company’s differentiation in the market.
QNAP new rackmount NAS designed for hybrid cloud
The quad-core TS-x32PXU series rackmount NAS includes dual 10GbE SFP+ and dual 2.5GbE for hybrid cloud environments.
Microsoft's new security features address common pain points
Azure Sentinel, data loss prevention, and insider risk management are all announcements from this year's Inspire.
Microsoft 365 packed full of new features
New features include Lists, Universal Print, Yammer, Teams Rooms Premium, and more.
OpenText expands on integration with Microsoft Teams
OpenText Extended ECM, allows users to surface Teams content in context of relevant business processes across the enterprise, creating links with line-of-business systems and applications such as Salesforce, SAP, or Oracle.
How a NZ business keeps staff connected and productive across the country
Voyager struggled with keeping everyone in the business on the same page even before the lockdown. But it got a lot easier when they started using a simple, crucial tool.
SAS and Microsoft form strategic partnership
SAS’ AI and analytics more tightly integrate with Microsoft Azure; Microsoft to bring cloud-based SAS industry solutions to its customers.
NICE inContact integrates Teams, Dynamics into contact centre suite
Microsoft Teams is now integrated with NICE inContact CXone, which will allow contact centre agents to collaborate with others in order to close a case faster.
ASC launches Microsoft Teams communication recording app
ASC’s Recording Insights app integrates into Teams and enables online videos and chats to be recorded and archived, while meeting market requirements and ensuring complete compatibility with Microsoft’s service.
More in store for NZ data centre landscape after Microsoft investment
The country’s successful fight against COVID-19, and its status as a ‘standout nation’ as characterised by the Fletcher School’s Digital Evolution Index, means New Zealand remains an ‘attractive market’ for continued investment, according to GlobalData.
Microsoft releases fix to the reply-all problem
The act of hitting ‘reply all’ on an email sent to a large list of staff can set off a chain of seemingly endless threads, and can be a huge disruption to productivity. Here's how Microsoft is tackling the problem.
Microsoft's revenue jumps 15% as pandemic has 'little impact' on tech giant
Microsoft today announced its financial results for the quarter ended 31 March, seeing revenue increase by US$5 billion from the prior-year period - owing much to the success of Azure and the world's reliance on the cloud service during pandemic.
Here's how employees can work remotely using their own devices securely
The solution secures company data from Microsoft 365 on personal devices, ensuring sensitive business data is not put in jeopardy as a result of employees using personal devices to work remotely.
Microsoft to monetise huge Windows 10 userbase
Microsoft is using its massive userbase of one billion devices running on Windows 10 to monetise.
What businesses can do right now to enable remote working
Organisations need, now more than ever, advice and practical, rapid assistance to help them to maintain business continuity, productivity and connectivity, wherever their teams may be.
Microsoft reveals new trends in remote working
The Work Trend Index report documents the great shift into working and learning behaviour as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak through analysis of interactions with Microsoft’s remote productivity tools.
Microsoft Teams announces commitment to privacy in wake of Zoom woes
Microsoft 365 corporate vice president Jared Spataro says the Teams platform already has strong security and privacy policies in place, and committed to upholding them throughout this era of uncertainty.
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Microsoft overhauls Office 365, rebrands it 'Microsoft 365'
The 'refresh' of Office 365 will feature new artificial intelligence (AI), rich content and templates, and cloud-powered experiences, says Microsoft.
OnePlace Solutions offers free Microsoft 365 add-on to support remote workers during COVID-19
The offer comes after Microsoft announced that subscribers to Microsoft Office 365 will be able to access a free trial of the Microsoft Teams software.
Microsoft announces all-new features for Teams as virus keeps workers home
The new capabilities for Teams announced today focus primarily on online remote meetings as well as new technological solutions for ‘traditionally underserved professionals’, including firstline and healthcare workers.
Microsoft's new security innovations at Ignite 2019
Microsoft 365 and Security corporate vice president Kirk Koenigsbauer outlined 10 major security announcements across Azure, Microsoft 365, Office, and Microsoft Defender ATP.