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I'm a technical writer at Microsoft who writes about SharePoint, Exchange, and Lync, and how you can use them with Office 365.

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  • Blog Post: Security Enhancements from Hotmail

    Thought this article, Microsoft beefs up Hotmail password security , was worth sharing: Hotmail users have been able to answer a security question or have an e-mail sent to an alternate e-mail address when they need to get into their locked account, either because it was hijacked or because they forgot...
  • Blog Post: Hello Office 365

    I've been reading up a little this morning on Microsoft's new online productivity suite for businesses, called Office 365 . It's fair to think of it as the next generation of BPOS . Basically, it's a mix of on-premises and cloud software. You get Office Pro Plus on your desktop, and Exchange Online,...
  • Blog Post: Getting to Know the Cloud

    I recently listened to the following podcast and thought it could be helpful for our customers considering a move to the cloud.: TechNet Radio: Preserving Data Privacy and Confidentiality in the Cloud Javier Salido introduces cloud services a talks about how data governance complements IT security...
  • Blog Post: Security in the Cloud - Worse or Better than On Premises?

    I always thought this question was simple, especially for a small organization, meaning that security in the cloud is better, if only because the IT guys and gals running the cloud service are likely to be better educated regarding security best practices, uptime, and performance (including the know...
  • Blog Post: Article o' the Week

    Cloud Awakens Microsoft's Server and Tools Giant Has the cloud awakened a sleeping giant at Microsoft? Well, as quiet at it is kept, Microsoft's strong, steady and increasingly effective Server and Tools Business has crept into the limelight as one of the company's major sources of income. It is...
  • Blog Post: Article: Security in the Cloud

    A recent article in Fortune magazine caught my attention. It's about the cloud. It's about DLP. That's my world. It sounds like a privacy breach waiting to happen: Take some of your company's most classified information — employee records containing Social Security numbers, salaries — and put it on...
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