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Microsoft Defender Products and Licensing Demystified

“If you’re not confused, you’re not paying attention.”

Tom Peters, Thriving on Chaos: Handbook for a Management Revolution

Over the last couple of years there has been more than a few name changes for the Microsoft 365 and Azure security products.

In this article we will look at the name changes, give a brief overview of each product and discuss the required licencing.

As I’m sure you have noticed, Microsoft is unifying their security offerings under the Microsoft Defender brand which is delivered as two product suites:

The new Microsoft Defender is the most comprehensive XDR in the market today and prevents, detects, and responds to threats across identities, endpoints, applications, email, IoT, infrastructure, and cloud platforms.

In addition to the Microsoft Defender products, Microsoft Sentinel is Microsoft’s cloud-native SIEM that not only unifies the XDR data from the Microsoft Defender products, but can also consume data from other security solutions such as firewalls and other security tools, to gain visibility across the entire environment.

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Managing References, Citations and Bibliographies in Microsoft Word

The Citations & Bibliography group on the References tab in Word provides tools that let you build a list of sources using the requirements of various citation systems such as Harvard, the Chicago Manual of Style, the American Psychological Association’s (APA) style guide, and the Modern Language Association (MLA).

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The City of Houston Success Story: Video teaser

A city is prone to all sorts of unexpected events that can drastically change the quality of life for everyone, better and worse. And well-prepared governments are those that leverage the latest #digital technology to be ready for anything. Watch this video to learn about the City of Houston, Texas’ vision for an #integrated city that uses #data to prepare for the future.

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