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Align Enterprise Social Tools with Business Needs
In this article, Microsoft IT looks at social tools such as Yammer as an additional tool in the enterprise suite. At Microsoft, social tools improve and optimize business processes while increasing transparency and agility. Published: April 6, 2015
Digital Crimes Unit Uses Microsoft Data Analytics Stack to Catch Cybercriminals
Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit consistently leverages the latest in analytics technology, relying on some of the brightest employees, some of the smartest scientists, and certainly some of the company’s best partners in law enforcement, to disrupt and dismantle devious cybercriminals. Learn how Microsoft used some of our best technology to uncover the behavior of one cybercriminal ring, and how the Digital Crimes Unit worked in partnership with Microsoft IT and federal law enforcement, to shut down one of the nation’s most prolific cybercrime operations. Published: March 25, 2015