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Seven ways we’re empowering every person and every organization to thrive in a new world of work

At Ignite this week, we’re announcing many new features and capabilities to empower every person and every organization to thrive in the new world of work.

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Enhancing VPN performance to enable remote work

How our IT team redesigned Microsoft’s virtual private network platform.

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Government data protection—earning and retaining the public’s trust with Microsoft 365

Earning and retaining the public’s trust requires a modern approach to protecting data. Governments can adopt a Zero Trust approach to cybersecurity with the help of Microsoft 365.

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CES 2020—new commercial devices unveiled by Microsoft partners Acer, Dell, HP, and Lenovo

New devices from Acer, Dell, HP, and Lenovo provide a productive, secure experience for on-the-go professionals.

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OneDrive Personal Vault and expandable storage now available worldwide

Personal Vault is now available worldwide on all OneDrive consumer accounts. Additionally, we have more news around expandable storage options, automatic folder backup, and dark mode.

New Azure Active Directory capabilities help you eliminate passwords at work

Announcing the public preview of FIDO2 security keys support for passwordless sign-in to Azure AD.

CES 2019—new commercial PCs and displays unveiled by Microsoft partners Dell, HP, and Lenovo

As our customers look to shift to a modern desktop, new PCs and displays from Dell, HP, and Lenovo—announced this week at CES 2019—help provide a productive, secure experience for users.

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Secure password-less sign-in for your Microsoft account using a security key or Windows Hello

We just turned on the ability to securely sign in with your Microsoft account using a standards-based FIDO2 compatible device—no username or password required!

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Windows Hello and FIDO2 Security Keys enable secure and easy authentication for shared devices

Are you tired of entering usernames and passwords? Windows Hello and FIDO2 Security keys allow you to carry your identity with you.

Big news in our drive to eliminate passwords: FIDO2 / WebAuthn reaches candidate recommendation status!

We’ve made great progress with Windows Hello and our mobile Authenticator app that’s available on iOS and Android.

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Healthcare is getting safer, smarter, and more secure with HP’s new lineup of Windows 10 devices

Today, HP announced a cutting-edge lineup of Healthcare Edition Windows 10 devices designed with safer, smarter and secured features specific to the healthcare industry to address the next generation of patient care.

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Fujitsu and Microsoft focused on advancing security in the modern workplace

The business world is quickly evolving to a place where many employees work remotely. The benefits of working remote are numerous, yet with this transition comes potential security risks. To better protect and secure a mobile workforce, Fujitsu has teamed with Microsoft to build devices with Windows 10 Pro and industry-leading biometric options including Windows Hello and palm vein authentication to prevent security attacks in the modern workplace.

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Windows 10 and Surface stomp on security threats with new enterprise innovations

From devices to platform, Microsoft is building solutions to meet the needs of the most security-conscious organizations in the world and NSA adds both Windows 10 and Surface devices to list for classified government use.