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TechNet On: Cloud Security

Being Safe in the Cloud

Security - Moving to a cloud platform does not mean starting from square one when it comes to security. In this track, we’ll explore how the tools and practices proven in the data center can be leveraged to build a secure private and public cloud environment.

Compliance Reporting: Controlling Client Access

Dan Griffin and Lee Walker demonstrate how NAP IPSec practices lay the foundation for secure virtualization of enterprise applications and data stores.

AD FS 2.0 Opens Doors to the Cloud

The new Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services release promises to up the ante on cloud security.

Patterns & Practices: Cloud Security Approach in a Nutshell

J.D. Meier of Microsoft Patterns & Practices explains how Microsoft is building on experience to secure its own cloud developments.

Security Talk Series – Cloud Computing Webcasts

Gain insight and prescriptive guidance on a range of cloud security issues from overviews of Windows Azure security to deep dives into Azure federated identity security using ADFS 2.0.

Patterns & Practices: Cloud Security Approach in a Nutshell

J.D. Meier of Microsoft Patterns & Practices explains how Microsoft is building on experience to secure its own cloud developments.

Cloud Based PC Management with InTune

TechNet Magazine’s Paul Bourgeau explains the role of InTune for increasing reliability, security and scalability.

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Background: The Platform - Windows Azure

Moving to a cloud platform does not mean starting from square one when it comes to security. See how your data can stay safe in the cloud.

Strategies: Rising to Cloud Level

Migrating existing applications or deploying new apps to the Windows Azure platform will be a learning process for every IT Pro. Learn best practices from real-world deployments.

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