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How to Reduce Your Network Traffic With Microsoft's Endpoint Configuration Manager
  • 09 July 2020
  • Markus Mory
  • User Productivity, Unified Communications
  • VPN, SCCM, Unified Endpoint Management, UCSimple, 365Simple

VPN Under Full Load? How to Reduce Network Traffic

Is your VPN under full load? Find out how to significantly reduce network traffic with the Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager.

Threat protection for Windows clients: Microsoft Defender ATP
  • 08 July 2020
  • Jochen Berners
  • Managed Security
  • Security, Microsoft, ATP

Windows Threat protection: Microsoft Defender ATP

Explore how Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) helps enterprise networks prevent, detect, investigate, and respond to advanced threats.

AWS Well-Architected Framework

3 Questions to Ask About the AWS Well-Architected Framework | SoftwareONE Blog

AWS Well-Architected Framework: When was the last time you reviewed your workloads? Check out our latest for more information.

The Art of Partnering

The Art of Partnering

We are no stranger to the world of IT partnering. Our ONEClub stands above the rest in building productive partners ecosystems. Some might even say there’s an art to it.

Digital Inclusion in the Times of Remote Work

Digital Inclusion for Remote Working

Digital Inclusion is more than just meeting a requirement. Learn more about how you can support your team members with impairments while they work from home.

How Insights Into Software Portfolio Drive Innovation and Cost Savings

How Insights Into Your Software Portfolio Drives Innovation and Cost Savings

Let's talk about the importance of software and cloud insights and cost savings for organizations.

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