Updates on our unexpected hit app! – Enterprise Mobility and Security Blog

Howdy folks! As many of you know, on Monday we released the updated Microsoft Authenticator apps in iTunes and Google Play Store. These new apps provide a single great MFA experience for both AAD and Microsoft consumer accounts.https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/enterprisemobility/2016/08/17/microsoft-authenticator-updates-on-our-unexpected-hit-app/

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Windows Containers – Making Windows Server Relevant Again

One of the most interesting presentations at DockerCon was on the implementation of containers (and Docker specifically) on the Microsoft Windows Server platform.  The Microsoft presentation was given by John Starks and Taylor Brown, although John did the majority of the presenting.https://blog.architecting.it/2016/07/19/windows-containers-making-windows-server-relevant-again/

Microsoft explains which cloud security problems are your problem

Microsoft has issued guidelines about Azure security that spell out when a problem is your problem and when a problem is Microsoft’s problem. Two documents explain Redmond’s approach to problem-solving.http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/04/15/cloud_problems_are_no_problem_when_you_know_your_problems_and_microsofts_problems/

‚We love Linux‘ purrs Microsoft as Red Hat, Azure go on honeymoon

Penguinistas can now run Red Hat Enterprise Linux instances on Microsoft’s Azure cloud. Red Hat has had a team working at Microsoft HQ on the integration ever since the announcement of a partnership in November, but from Tuesday the two are ready to roll, it seems. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/02/17/we_love_linux_claims_microsoft/

An early look at Azure Stack and what it means for IT

Last week we made available the Technical Preview for Azure Stack the latest phase of our hybrid cloud strategy which for the first time, gives you Microsoft Azure services to run your data center like a service provider.https://azure.microsoft.com/blog/an-early-look-at-azure-stack-and-what-it-means-for-it/