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Microsoft says Russian group behind SolarWinds attack now targeting IT supply chain
Microsoft on Monday warned that the same Russian group behind the SolarWinds cyber attack in 2020 has been attempting to “replicate” that approach, now targeting organizations “integral” to the global IT supply chain—specifically, resellers and technology service providers. Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Customer Security & Trust Tom Burt shared the "latest activity" the company has observed from Russian nation-state actor Nobelium. Burt, in a blog post, said Nobelium was identified by the U.S. government and others as being part of Russia’s foreign intelligence service, known as the SVR.
Veritas starts with Microsoft a strategic initiative for integrating the Veritas Enterprise Data Services with Microsoft Azure. Both companies expand their long-term partnership.
event to further expand the Veritas Enterprise Data Services with Microsoft Azure. Both partners have been working together for more than 20 years and together want to simplify the data management while reducing the complexity of IT for companies by providing solutions based on Microsoft Azure. Microsoft Ignitehas started a strategic initiative with Microsoft
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As part of the partnership, the Veritas NetBackup software already offers advanced data backup features for Microsoft Azure and Azure Stack HCI. These include the integration of Azure Blob Storage for the safe, continuous, compliance-compliant and scalable long-term storage hybrid BCDR data (Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery), automated storage tiering with optimized client-side deduplication, scalable disaster recovery and migration orchestration, The integrated IAAS, PAAs and SaaS backup and recovery and the integration of ransomware protection including a network-isolated automatic recovery of the data.
Veritas and Microsoft want to help companies together to manage the biggest challenge - the growing risk of ransomware attacks in hybrid cloud environments where the data volumes grow in a rapid pace. Veritas will work with Microsoft to easily simplify the traditionally isolated data management and data services through local and virtual cloud and SaaS environments.
Integration of Microsoft To do in teams now works with private accounts
© Provided by Dr. med. Windows Microsoft To-do Who uses Microsoft Teams with its private Microsoft account, can now access the integration of Microsoft To Do. Just as in the business version in teams, tasks can be created and assigned, which are then visible in Microsoft To Do and can be managed there. , for example, has created a common team with the family or in the club and plan an activity, you can create a list of tasks and assign them to a particular person.
The strategic initiative focuses on the following focus:protection against ransomware for local and virtual cloud and SaaS environments with integrated threat detection, immutable storage and automatic recovery of the data; Availability of flexible and operational scalable backup solutions based on Microsoft Azure Blob Storage; Reduction of operating costs for data management thanks to the integration of the Cloud Management and Subscription Model of Microsoft Azure; Reducing the compliance risk using a uniform overview of the local and hybrid Azure data and workloads with integrated analyzes.
Rob Greig, Global Chief Information Officer at ARUP, explains: "Together Veritas and Microsoft provide performance and reliability that requires Arup's hybrid cloud environment to scale. The solutions allow seamless migration and administration of business-critical data in the Azure Cloud and help us manage workload risks, including IT weaknesses and ransomware. In the future, we can also offer further integrated solutions in our ecosystem. "
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© default_credit xbox-one-x Microsoft buys the provider of content moderation and current partner Two has to protect its games and other consumer services. Microsoft has purchased Two for a not mentioned amount. Microsoft and Two has also worked together in the moderation of Minecraft and MSN content, such as Microsoft in an blog post from 29 October to the acquisition of TWO announced. Microsoft explained that it goes to take over communities.
In addition, cooperation should simplify the way customers use the benefits of Microsoft Azure Veritas Enterprises Data Services. For example, Veritas will expand the Azure Backup and Archive on SaaS applications and data by providing the company NetBackup SaaS Protection as a SubscritPion model on the Azure Marketplace.
Deepak Mohan, Executive Vice President Products Organization at Veritas Technologies, explained: "Corporate clients around the world have long been relying on Veritas scalable and reliable data management solutions for the Hybrid Cloud. Together with Microsoft, through quick innovation, we want to provide the next generation of cloud-enabled data management capabilities. In this way, we support our customers to protect their data from persistent ransomware threats and always available. "
also in the market launch Veritas intends to drive joint initiatives with Microsoft. Judson Althoff, Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer at Microsoft, explains: "Veritas has long been working with Microsoft to provide data backup solutions for corporate customers. We will build on this relationship to cope with some of the most urgent challenges that faced companies today. With the Enterprise Data Services from Veritas based on Microsoft Azure, customers benefit from better ransomware protection and a simplified management of their hybrid cloud environments. "
Travis Scott will pay the funeral of the 8 people deceased at his concert .
Travis Scott announced that he would cover the funeral expenses of the deceased in his concert in Houston last weekend. © Amy Harris / AP / SIPA A few days after the chaotic concert of Travis Scott in Houston (Texas), where eight people have found death after clumps , the 30-year-old rapper, who cooperates fully With the authorities to make all the light on the events of November 5, 2021, revealed that it would cover the fees of the funeral of the victims, reports " Billboard ".