5 keys to simplified mobile protection

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5 keys to simplified mobile protection

Businesses today are reaping the benefits of mobile, like increased productivity, lower overhead, and happier employees. However, mobility can bring added risk, requiring greater focus on protecting data, enabling secure employee access, and managing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) as personal devices are used for work. With the right tools, managing this risk doesn’t have to be complicated.
Here are five components of your business that Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS), in conjunction with Office 365 addresses.
People - Give employees the access they need, when and where they need it
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Mobile devices - Manage your company resources, regardless of device
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Apps - A single platform to manage every app
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Data - Protect data wherever it goes
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Infrastructure - The foundation that enables mobility
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Productivity is the goal of mobility. Security is the requirement. Enabling secure mobile productivity doesn’t need to be overly complicated or expensive. With Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) and Office 365 working together, you ensure employee productivity while keeping your company protected in a mobile world.

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Happy #Azure Friday! Watch this video to find out how you can best monitor the CPU and Disk access of your Linux workloads within an Azure infrastructure:

Monitoring Linux Compute workloads within an Azure Infrastructure

Scott talks to Khalid Mouss about how you can monitor your Linux machines within an Azure infrastructure. Large numbers of Linux machines run on Azure with great success, so how can you best monitor the CPU and Disk access of your Linux workloads? Khalid also shows how to add support for Datadog by adding their custom agent to a Linux VM.
Source: https://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/Azure-Friday