Tanium joins Microsoft’s Intelligent Security Association
This week, top of the news is a collaboration between endpoint management provider, Tanium, with Microsoft Intelligent Security Association. Tanium is expanding its collaboration with Microsoft as it joins the technology giant’s Intelligent Security Association (MISA).
MISA is an ecosystem of independent software vendors and managed security service providers (MSSPs) that have integrated their solutions with Microsoft security technology. The endpoint management MSP was nominated to join following its integration with Microsoft Sentinel.
As reported, combining Microsoft’s security solutions with Tanium’s real-time data, distribution, and control will not only enable effective automation and resilient security, but also create accelerated savings for customers, converging multiple point solutions into fewer, more comprehensive, and robust solutions.
Tanium is currently available in the Microsoft Commercial Marketplace. It claims that its integrations with Microsoft will deliver the capabilities customers need to manage and secure IT estate from the cloud to the edge.
On Microsoft’s end, the members of their Microsoft Intelligent Security Association, like Tanium, will integrate their security solutions with Microsoft’s technology to gain more signal, increase visibility and better protect against threats. By extending Microsoft’s security capabilities across the ecosystem, they intend to help their shared customers to succeed.
Microsoft rolls out new Windows 11 23H2, with expiration date and much more
Microsoft makes the news again. However, this time, it’s about the release of their Windows 11 Insider Build 25182, which introduces a native ARM64 support for Camera app, and more.
Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel have a new build to install. Microsoft just shipped Windows 11 Build 25182, which includes a short list of new features and a long list of fixes and improvements.
Microsoft started rolling out updates to the Camera app and the Microsoft Store to the Dev Channel this week as well. The Camera app can now run natively on Windows 11 on ARM devices, like the Surface Pro X and Lenovo ThinkPad X13s. PCs running the latest build can also detect if a camera’s privacy shutter is closed, as long as the system’s hardware supports the feature.
The update to the Microsoft Store app adds support for viewing screenshots in search results and installing games directly through the Microsoft Store app. The newly released Windows 11 version 23H2 Build 25182 comes with a new expiration date of September 15, 2023.
HubSpot announces new partnership with Media Components
Since its founding in 2003, Media Components has remained at the forefront of digital marketing technologies. Their expert team has helped businesses of all shapes, sizes, and industries reach new customers and grow.
Now, they are expanding their reach by partnering with Hubspot to extend new digital offerings to their clients. HubSpot has an existing ecosystem that will give them the opportunity to take their client’s campaigns to the next level while offering strategic improvements to their long-term relationships.
Through their partnership with HubSpot, Media Components will scale up their services by adding Customer Relationships Management to their roster.
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HubSpot to collaborate with Gainsight and Matik on a new integration
It is collaboration season for HubSpot, and once more, Matik has announced new integrations with Gainsight and HubSpot to help customer success teams automate the creation of data-driven presentations.
Matik, an automation platform for data-driven content, announced new integrations with both Gainsight and Hubspot. Customer success teams can now easily connect Matik to Gainsight and Hubspot, and Matik will query the data within these platforms to automate the creation of data-driven content, like QBRs, renewal decks, business cases, and much more.
Gainsight and HubSpot are the most popular platforms among customer success teams, and this collaboration will automatically transform Matik’s customer retention process.
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Palo Alto Networks launches a managed Next-Generation Firewall Service for Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Palo Alto Networks recently announced that it has teamed up with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to unveil the new Palo Alto Networks Cloud NGFW for AWS — a managed Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) service designed to simplify securing AWS deployments — enabling organizations to speed their pace of innovation while remaining highly secure.
Recognizing that customers want to dedicate their time and resources to building applications and running their business instead of managing cloud network security infrastructure, Cloud NGFW for AWS shifts the operational responsibility, including deployment, maintenance, availability, and scale, to Palo Alto Networks.
The collaboration is designed to bring together the protection that Palo Alto Networks is known for with an unparalleled simplicity that organizations are looking for.
Xero becomes official sponsor of 2022 Rugby World Cup Sevens
Xero, a global small business platform, has become the fifth official sponsor of the 2022 Rugby World Cup Sevens in South Africa with the competition set to start in less than 40 days. The company’s platform, which has 3.3 million subscribers, aims to aid small businesses by providing them with the accounting software needed to manage their finances.
Xero’s Community Manager in South Africa confirmed that the company truly believes in the power of sport and its relationship with the community. Xero’s sponsorship decision may also be linked to the fact that it is a New Zealand-based company and New Zealand is the defending champion for both the male and female teams in the sport.
Opsera introduces new SaaS DevOps capabilities
The continuous orchestration platform for DevOps, Opsera, this week, announced its enterprise-wide SaaS DevOps capabilities intended to manage and modernize software releases. With this, the company has also released a new study that demonstrates the need for a single, enterprise-wide SaaS DevOps platform with annual SaaS spending reported as $125 billion in 2021.
According to the company, this platform brings disparate and siloed data together under a singular focus and alleviates the need to build separate development teams, metadata, configurations, profiles, permissions, and packages and release management tactics for end-to-end visibility spanning the SaaS DevOps ecosystem.
For DevOps looking to improve their agility, velocity, security posture, and visibility, this may be a great opportunity.
Cloudera launches SaaS platform for the data warehouses
Lastly for this week, a software company, Cloudera has a fully managed software as a service (SaaS) version of its data platform which it claims is more open than rivals in the over-crowded market.
The SaaS platform is referred to as Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) One, and it was initially available only on AWS, as Cloudera promises analytics and data exploration in a single platform.
Cloudera merged with Hortonworks in 2018 after both firms had ridden the wave of the big-data-on-Hadoop hype. As its selling point, Cloudera claims that this CDP is more open to giving customers choice over the tools they use to manage and analyze their data.