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Benefits of the Modern Desktop

Success is about people. Business leaders recognize that people are central to how their companies operate, and empowering people is imperative to innovate and grow in any competitive landscape. Implementing a Modern Workplace should not be considered a “nice to have” – but a top priority.

And people love their PCs! Mobile phones are great for communication and light productivity on the go. Tablets are great for interacting with content. But when users really need to get work done, they choose a PC or a Mac.

So could your organization be more successful with your current PCs or Macs? If your company is still using Windows 7 & Office 2010, it’s key to consider that since their introduction the world has changed:

We’re observing a shift from traditional offices to open physical environments and collaborative workspaces.
Teamwork has become essential to the way work gets done and organizations are more networked.
The workforce and business landscape are changing, and employee and customer expectations are evolving.
At the same time, companies are faced with the challenge of protecting their people and IP in a more complex threat environment
Having the right technology in place and enabling employees to do their best work, from anywhere, is a critical part of digital transformation.

The modern Desktop is also the greener solution as all infrastructure is in Microsoft datacenters. This also makes you company much less susceptible to Disasters such as floods, fires, earthquakes, and other threats.

We also offer low-cost automated security solutions that are monitored 24 hours a day.

This is where the Modern Desktop fits in.

Unlocking the Full Potential of MDE

Sameh Younis

Senior Security Solutions Architect at Microsoft | Americas’ Global Partners Solutions

🌐 Unlocking the Full Potential of MDE: Your Comprehensive Map to Endpoint Security 🗺️🔒 In the spirit of continuous improvement, encouraged by the warm reception of my previous Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (MDE) post and infographic, https://lnkd.in/gyzQaTxv , and building upon your valuable feedback, I’ve designed a new extended infographic that serves as a complete map for MDE’s multi-faceted features and capabilities for endpoint platforms. 🎗 Remember, the deployment of Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (MDE) is a mandatory step to be eligible for the Security Copilot Early Access Program. Pair it with the other Microsoft Defender, Microsoft Sentinel and Microsoft Intune products for optimum readiness and value extraction for the Copilot implementation. Why Should You Care? 🎯 Realize the Power of Unified Endpoint Security: The comprehensive map presented in this new infographic serves as a one-stop guide for understanding Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (MDE) in all its dimensions: functionalities, supported platforms, deployment tools, and capabilities per platform. 🔹 Unified Endpoint Security: Knowing these key elements empowers you to leverage MDE as a unified security solution for multiple platforms, not just as a disjointed toolset. 🔹 Informed Decisions: The infographic provides you with the clarity needed to make strategic decisions about your cybersecurity posture. 🔹 Optimized Deployment: The guidance on deployment tools ensures you can roll out MDE efficiently across varying platforms, achieving a consistent security posture. In essence, this infographic is your roadmap to achieving a unified, robust, and smart security strategy for all your endpoints. Feel free to like, share, and tag your network of professionals who would benefit from this comprehensive security map. Let’s move the needle toward an increasingly secure and resilient digital world. #MicrosoftSecurityCopilot #MicrosoftDefender #MicrosoftDefenderForEndpoint #MDE #EndpointSecurity #CyberSecurity #MicrosoftSentinel

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