Yesterday’s Ignite 2017 Australia session focus was on Azure Active Directory, which sets the stage for today’s topics, where continue down the cloud path with Microsoft Intune, Cloud App Security and Azure Information Protection, all parts of Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility + Security offerings.
Get ahead of Cyber attacks with Enterprise Mobility + Security
We are in the middle of as mobility and cloud transition which has made employee interactions with other users, devices, apps and data more and more complex. This has created blind spots for IT. At the same time attack vectors continue to get more sophisticated. Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security takes a holistic approach that is identity driven with a collection of innovative technologies to address these sophisticated challenges in the new attack landscape. In this session we will show you how our technologies help to protect at the “front door”, protect your data from user mistakes and detect attacks before they cause damage.
Prevent unwanted and embarrassing leakage with Azure Information Protection
Microsoft Azure Information Protection helps you safeguard your data throughout the complete data lifecycle. Data is “born” protected and carries the protection wherever it travels. So you don’t need to worry where it’s stored or with whom it’s shared – you can rest assured it’s always protected. Join us to learn more about the technology and how it can solve your information protection challenges.
Discover & Control SaaS Application Usage with Microsoft Cloud App Security
In this increasingly cloud and mobile world, users are using more and more SaaS applications to remain productive at work. This has created a gap for IT in not having visibility and control over the use of these 3rd party applications. In this session we will cover how Microsoft Cloud App Security can give IT departments visibility and control of these applications while empowering their users to remain productive. We will cover an overview of what Cloud App Security is, the architecture, deployment recommendations and common blockers.
What’s New in System Center Configuration Manager, Current Branch and Intune
Discover how the new features of System Center Configuration Manager and Intune will make your life easier. We will cover each iteration’s releases, presenting valid reasons to choose System Center Configuration Manager CBB over the System Center Configuration Manager LTSB versions, including some great solutions from the Community and Microsoft which will extend System Center Configuration Manager for usage.