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A diverse cybersecurity team will help you generate the innovative ideas you need to confront today and tomorrow’s cyber threats.
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Technical skills aren’t enough. To be a strategic cybersecurity advisor at the executive level, CISOs need strong risk management and communication skills.
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The Project team has been focused on big features, which you can see listed here, or track in the Microsoft 365 Public Roadmap. You can let us know any new features you need on Microsoft UserVoice. Join an existing thread or create a new one to tell us… Continue reading Project for the web – August 2020 Update
New measure for graphics driver evaluations
To monitor the overall health & reliability of Windows Machine learning feature, we have developed a new ecosystem measure that provide a view into the health of graphics drivers on machines… Continue reading New Graphics Ecosystem Measure
Can you believe that it’s already the end of August? Check out the Healthcare and Life Science blog’s monthly wrap-up below:
HLS “Show Me How” Posts:
360′ Virtual Tours – Michael Gannotti, Principal Microsoft Teams Technical Specialist: I… Continue reading August in HLS: Virtual Tours, Collaboration Security, Data Strategy, Stream, and AI in Health
We are happy to announce an update to our MSIX Training Labs for IT Pros. These labs contain a series of hands-on exercises geared at enabling people to become more familiar with different aspects of MSIX. From the MSIX packaging tool, to adding a pack… Continue reading New Updates to the MSIX Labs for IT Pros now available!
COVID-19 highlights a perennial problem facing scientists around the globe: how do we stay up to date with the cutting edge of scientific knowledge? In just a few months since the pandemic emerged, tens of thousands of research papers have been published concerning COVID-19 and the SARS-CoV-2 virus. This explosive growth sparks the creation of […]
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