Endpoint Protection

Microsoft Defender for Endpoint is gradually replacing the legacy Endpoint Protection product, but the latter is better for some specific scenarios and environments.

New remote access technology for iOS, iPadOS, and Android in preview; requires new infrastructure and integrates with Microsoft 365 authentication.

This Webinar discusses Microsoft 365 hosted management and security services, how well each service protects a given endpoint platform, integration points between Microsoft 365 services and potential pitfalls of partial licensing.

Microsoft’s antivirus offerings for recent versions of Windows Server reflect those of Windows client but differ slightly at the top tier.

Illustration shows high-level perspective of how Microsoft’s antimalware technologies interweave.

Multiple Microsoft antimalware offerings are available for Windows clients, ranging from unmanaged consumer offerings to top-tier enterprise services, making feature comparisons difficult.

Defender improvements address protection, detection, and response to advanced persistent threats, but may cost more for full coverage and management

Roadmap for Endpoint Protection antimalware software.

Customers may need to change their firewall allowed sites to remain protected by an important addition to antimalware products