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Steven Braunschweiger

Microsoft Sentinel's Audit Logs: Monitor Activity, Respond to Threats, and Mitigate Risk


Microsoft Sentinel's Audit Log features allow organizations to view and retain activity data within Microsoft 365 and third parties.

Microsoft Sentinel helps organizations meet compliance requirements, investigate threats, and reduce risk for your environment.  

Microsoft Sentinel Overview

Microsoft Sentinel is a scalable, Cloud-native solution that delivers intelligent security analytics and threat intelligence for your entire enterprise, powered by AI. Microsoft Sentinel provides a single solution for alert detection, threat visibility, proactive hunting, and threat response, which gives employees time to focus on other prioritized tasks while increasing security. Microsoft Sentinel provides you with a view of threats across your enterprise while alleviating stress from attacks by providing alerts and resolution time frames on security incidents – helping protect your organization by reducing risks.

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Azure Virtual Desktop Versus Windows 365: Which Desktop-as-a-Service is best for your organization?


Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) and Windows 365 enable organizations to take advantage of Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) for end-users.

These are similar solutions but optimized for different use cases. Navigating them can be complex - save money by licensing appropriately for your specific needs!

Similarities of Azure Virtual Desktop and Windows 365:

AVD and Windows 365 share a common ground in functionality and use cases. Both solutions provide remote desktops to users. They are used to empower remote workers with powerful desktops from anywhere. These solutions remain secure because the end-user unmanaged hardware (pc, tablet, phone) is separate from the processing power of the virtual desktops provided to run the user’s applications.

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Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop – How Businesses Are Seeing Value


Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) is a comprehensive desktop and app virtualization service running in the Cloud. Read on to learn more, and how it applies and benefits you!


What is Windows Virtual Desktop?

Windows Virtual Desktop is the only virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) that delivers simplified management, multi-session Windows 10, optimizations for Microsoft 365 Apps, and support for Remote Desktop Services (RDS) environments. Multi-session Windows 10 allows multiple concurrent users to connect – meaning that Windows 10 may be used as a remote desktop session host server. This technology saves organizations money, time, and reduces risk through secure desktops from any device – allowing employees to stay productive and secure from anywhere.

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Windows Virtual Desktop: Meeting the Growing Need of the Remote Workforce


The yearlong COVID-19 pandemic has upended business operations in nearly all industries...

As states imposed lockdowns, more businesses were forced to move to a work-from-home arrangement. Although the transition to a remote workforce has been in process for a number of years, the impact of COVID-19 has dramatically accelerated the trend.

To meet this new reality, businesses are rethinking their IT infrastructures. One of the major investments businesses are making is in the area of virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). According to one recent survey, nearly half of all respondents said they plan to implement VDI technology within the next two years.1

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