Identity at Microsoft Ignite: Rising to the challenges of secure remote access and employee productivity

Keeping your users secure, wherever they are, has been our collective priority. Identity remains the heartbeat of all the services your users rely on.
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New Forrester study shows customers who deploy Microsoft Azure AD benefit from 123% ROI.

Results from a Forrester TEI study show that customers who secure apps with Microsoft Azure Active Directory can improve user productivity, reduce costs, and gain IT efficiencies to generate a 123 percent ROI.
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Barracuda and Microsoft: Securing applications in public cloud

The biggest blockers to public cloud adoption are sophisticated hackers, open vulnerabilities in applications, DDOs attacks and advanced bots/botnets. Learn how MISA Partner Barracuda works with Microsoft to protect cloud applications.
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Protecting your organization against password spray attacks

If your users sign in with guessable passwords, you may be at risk of a password spray attack.
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Making it easier for your remote workforce to securely access all the apps they need, from anywhere

Ensure your remote workforce has secure access to all the apps they need: SaaS, cloud-hosted, on-premises, and legacy.
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Defending the power grid against supply chain attacks—Part 2: Securing hardware and software

The hardware and software companies who supply utilities must implement better security of their build and update environment to reduce the risk of an attack on critical infrastructure.
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