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Top 5 Reasons to Build Cyber Resilience into Office 365 Email

Threat intelligence teams know that cyberattacks are most frequently conducted via email, … Read More >

Threat intelligence teams know that cyberattacks are most frequently conducted via email, and they know many simple attacks can be successful with the right blend of human error and obfuscated malware in compressed file formats. On top of this industry fact, Mimecast researchers uncovered data from… Read More >

Renatta Siewert

by Renatta Siewert

Content Manager

Posted Nov 01, 2019

Security, Office-365, Email Security
Moving Email to the Cloud? Cyber Resilience is a Must

Prevent cyber risks by not put… Read More >

Prevent cyber risks by not putting your eggs in everyone else’s basket. Microsoft's announcement that it has laun… Read More >

Mikey Molfessis

by Mikey Molfessis

Cybersecurity Expert, Mimecast South Africa

Posted Mar 20, 2019

Archiving, Office-365, Data Protection
Office 365 Backup and Recovery in the Ransomware Era

The Old World Meets the New Wh… Read More >

The Old World Meets the New When It Comes to Backup and Recovery Many of us have the made the journey to Microsoft Offi… Read More >

Garth Landers

by Garth Landers

Product Marketing Director, Archiving

Posted Nov 21, 2018

Office-365, Email Security
Office 365/Azure Multi-Factor Authentication Issue Leads to Downtime

“@Microsoft: please don’t ruin Thanksgiving.” Ah, Thanksgiving. Typical… Read More >

“@Microsoft: please don’t ruin Thanksgiving.” Ah, Thanksgiving. Typically, a week full of family travels, exercising booked vacation time and in some cases, thinking ahead to bargain deals on Friday. But now, it’s perhaps not your typical week this week for those expecting t… Read More >

Pete Banham

by Pete Banham

Cyber Resilience Expert

Posted Nov 19, 2018

Continuity, Security, Office-365, Email Security
Azure/Office 365 Outages: The IT Admin's Guide to Continuity

A major outage in the US takes down a key Microsoft datacenter and a host of cloud service… Read More >

A major outage in the US takes down a key Microsoft datacenter and a host of cloud services in the process.  What to do when the “cloud” goes down?    Every vendor offering a cloud-based solution pours ungodly amounts of money into redundancy to ensure a single failure or even multip… Read More >

J.Peter Bruzzese

by J.Peter Bruzzese

Office 365 MVP

Posted Sep 06, 2018

Office-365, Email Security
How Should You Address the Gaps in Office 365™?

The email features in Office 3… Read More >

The email features in Office 365 may not be all you need. Businesses continue moving their productivity platforms to Mic… Read More >

Jake O'Donnell

by Jake O'Donnell

Global Editorial Content Manager

Posted Sep 05, 2018

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Archiving, Security, Office-365

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Office-365, Email Security

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