In this article, explore how small businesses can better assesses the risk(s) to them from criminal behavior, include phishing and other cyber-attacks. Then review the scope of activities you need to consider and a checklist you can follow.
In December 2018, five federal agencies in the US issued a joint statement encouraging banks to implement innovative approaches to transform fraud operations. As a recognized leader in security, Microsoft developed an advanced AI-powered fraud protection system to rise to the challenge. This infographic outlines how Microsoft uses AI to combat cyber and financial crime.
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This one-slide for Teams Meetings and Calling provides insights on how to power up a remote employee with #Microsoft Teams. Learn ways to expand collaboration while working remotely, as well as streamline connections across devices, all while keeping teams engaged, connected, and secure.
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As scientific research becomes more and more complex, scientists need new, scalable ways to store and analyze ever-larger troves of data. They also need unprecedented amounts of raw computing power to process the data they obtain and deliver timely results that enable projects to stay on track and within budget. To ensure that their research adheres to these restraints, modern-day scientists need to increase efficiency via automation and other approaches whenever they can, wherever they can. Artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud technology give scientists the tools they need to advance research faster than ever before, get results quicker, and achieve scientific breakthroughs like never before.
In this video, you’ll learn how researchers at Australian National University (ANU) are using Microsoft Azure to dramatically shorten the amount of time they spend on data analysis, enabling faster publication of their cutting-edge genome research.
This analysis from Gartner studies 4 trends that will shape cloud adoption in 2020: cost efficiency, multi-cloud vendor flexibility, the impact of cloud IaaS skills on migrations, and advances in service availability made possible by distributed clouds.