TechNet Flash - Volume 20, Issue 26: December 19, 2018
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Three reasons Windows Server customers choose Azure
When an organization adopts a cloud strategy, the first step is often to migrate existing Windows Server and SQL Server resources to the cloud. Find out three key reasons why customers choose to stick with Microsoft.
Determine the cost of enabling disaster recovery for your Azure Virtual Machines
Azure offers built-in disaster recovery for Azure Virtual Machines through Azure Site Recovery. Get details about the associated charges and access a calculator to estimate your overall cost.
Discover the new Azure PowerShell module
The new Azure PowerShell ‘Az’ module is built to ensure that Windows PowerShell and PowerShell Core users can get the latest Azure tooling in every PowerShell on every platform. Get details and get the new module.
Shift to a modern desktop with Microsoft 365
Find out how a modern desktop, powered by Windows 10 and Office 365, can help provide a more secure and productive desktop experience with a lower total cost of ownership.
Azure Monitor for containers is now generally available
Monitor the health and performance of Kubernetes clusters hosted on Azure Kubernetes Service and get all the monitoring telemetry in a centralized location without having to log in to containers or rely on other tools.
Use Attack Simulator to prepare and assess your users
While there are technical measures to help protect against malware, the last line of defense against a phishing attack is your user base. Train your users and test their understanding with a phishing awareness assessment. Find out how Attack Simulator can help.
Top 10 actions to help secure your environment
Check out the new blog series that explores the most fundamental steps you should take with your Microsoft 365 security solutions. Get advice on activities such as setting up identity management through active directory, malware protection, and hybrid authentication.
IoT in Action: New York
January 14, 2019, New York, NY
Attend a one-day IoT in Action event in New York City to gain actionable insights, deepen partnerships, and explore the potential of intelligent edge and intelligent cloud solutions.
IoT in Action Virtual Bootcamp
February 4–5, 2019, online
Gain a better understanding of IoT ‒ from device to cloud ‒ and accelerate the development of IoT in your organization. Register for this online event to get training, watch demos, and participate in hands-on labs.
Microsoft Business Applications Summit 2019
June 10–11, 2019, Atlanta, GA
Register for the premier event for analysts, technical architects, and advanced users. Delve deeper into the tools you use every day, get a sneak peek at what’s next, connect with experts, and learn new skills.
Microsoft Ignite: The Tour
Through May 22, 2019, worldwide
Attend a free technical training event for tech professionals in a city near you. Explore the latest cloud technologies, interact with other IT professionals, gain practical insights, and learn best practices.