View a consolidated list of threats right from the Microsoft 365 Admin Center
You can access this page from the Microsoft 365 Admin Center, beneath the Health menu. This provides a consolidated view of any threats detected in Microsoft Defender across all the managed Windows 10 PCs within your organization. The machines must be managed by Intune and not running other antivirus solutions. If you aren’t using your Business Premium subscription to manage your PCs with Intune yet, the simplified setup experience we introduced last year is a great way to get started.
This new infrastructure manages the version of Microsoft Defender that is included in Windows 10, so there is no additional software to install or manage. Microsoft Defender runs quietly and efficiently, leveraging Microsoft’s intelligent security graph for powerful cloud-based protection. Many of the customers we talk with aren’t aware of how good this built-in version of Defender has become, and it’s worth a look if you are interested in eliminating the extra expense of a third-party antivirus product and simplifying your IT operations.
On March 2nd, general availability of Universal Print was announced at Microsoft Ignite. Universal Print allows IT to manage printers directly through a centralized portal, without the need for on-premises print servers. This is great news for customers who are looking to eliminate their last few servers and get the benefits of a 100% cloud setup. This video describes some of the benefits of Universal Print, which is included in Microsoft 365 Business as well as enterprise plans.
These are two new ways that Microsoft 365 Business Premium can help your business thrive by providing essential productivity, collaboration, security, and management capabilities.
We’re eager to hear your feedback as you begin using these new features, so be sure to share your experiences and ask questions in here in the Tech Community.