Illustration shows the collection of services that make up Microsoft 365 Defender, and the additional services that can integrate with it.
Sidebar explains common Microsoft security terms
To paint a complete security picture with Microsoft offerings, organizations will need to license a large number of services.
The sudden deprecation and eventual removal of SQL Server 2019’s Big Data Clusters feature marks a significant change in how Microsoft supports perpetually licensed products, and what support life cycles mean.
Teams Connect shared channels, in preview, enable the creation of team channels that can be shared with users from different Microsoft 365 tenancies.
A limited preview of Azure VMs using ARM-based processors could offer greater performance at a lower price for Linux workloads.
Microsoft Teams Rooms provides Device Subscription Licenses for shared meeting room devices enabling calls, meetings, and videoconferences over Teams.
Illustration provides an overview of how Microsoft classifies and prices Logic Apps connectors.
How Logic Apps can be deployed and the licensing implications for each deployment model (part two of a series).
Sidebar explains how Cosmos DB’s Multimodal database processing works.