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Security Whitepaper Office365

Microsoft is an industry leader in cloud security and implements policies and controls on par with or better than on-premises data centers of even the most sophisticated organizations. Office 365 security consists of three parts. First, Office 365 is a security-hardened service that has security features built into the service by default. Office 365 customers benefit from in-depth security features that Microsoft has built into the service as a result of experience gained from two decades of managing online data and significant investment in security infrastructure. Office 365 has implemented and continues to invest and improve processes and technologies to proactively identify and mitigate security threats before they become risks for customers.
Second, Office 365 offers security controls that enable customers to customize their security settings. Office 365 is trusted by customers of all sizes across virtually every industry, including highly regulated industries such as healthcare, finance, education, and government. Since Office 365 manages productivity services for such a wide range of industries and geographies, it offers feature choices that customers can control to enhance the security of their data.
Third, Office 365 has scalable security processes that allow for independent verification and compliance with industry standards. This paper describes all three aspects of security that are available in the new Office 365.

Office365 Built in security

You can download the complete whitepaper Security in Office 365  from Microsoft here

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Architecture Service Bus For Windows Server


Service Bus for Windows Server provides Windows Azure Service Bus messaging capabilities on Windows Server. It enables you to build, test, and run loosely-coupled, message-driven applications in self-managed environments and on developer computers. Service Bus queues offer reliable message storage and retrieval with a choice of protocols and APIs. Building on the same foundation as queues, Service Bus topics provide rich publish/subscribe capabilities that allow multiple, concurrent subscribers to independently retrieve filtered or unfiltered views of the published message stream. The Service Bus Explorer allows users to administer messaging entities in an easy manner. The version provided here supports the Service Bus 1.0. For more information, visit the Service Bus Explorer documentation. The Microsoft Service Bus Best Practices Analyzer is designed for administrators who want to determine the overall health of their Service Bus farm configuration. The tool scans your Service Bus farm and identifies items that do not conform to Microsoft best practices.
For more information, see the Service Bus 1.0 Documentation

You can download the Microsoft Service Bus 1.0 here