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I've been cheekily comparing the position organisations are taking with regards to the GDPR with them being different zoo animals. What I am seeing is organizations, regardless of where they are in the world, broadly falling into one of four...read more
Came across something cool today when doing some research into Microsoft IoT offerings in the Azure space. Microsoft now has a Raspberry Pi emulator that runs in Azure. Designed as a learning tool, the simulator is delivered as part of the Azure IoT Hub...read more
Well that totally sucked. Quick update on why the all change here at the blog. Hoster EPIC fail. The company that used to provide my hosting for this blog broke the Wordpress install by making a 'scheduled change' that resulted in them...read more
With the increase in interest in privacy driven, in part, by initiatives and regulations such as the GDPR, Cloud providers are being pushed harder than ever before to introduce robust solutions to increasingly unique privacy problems. The broad feature set...read more
Microsoft have today upped their game in the context of behaviour analysis within the Office 365 platform with the General Availability ('GA') announcement of Workplace Analytics. In a blog post here Microsoft's Ryan Fuller (GM for the product) announces...read more
When working with clients with Office 365 Data Loss Prevention ('DLP') I'm often asked how Office 365 determines if content in OneDrive for Business or SharePoint Online is compliant or in conflict with a given DLP policy. If we ignore the heavy horsepower...read more