Showing posts from June, 2019

The user-friendly Information Protection blog post.

The other day I had a thought: How about a blog post about Information Protection for people who are completely new to it? I sometimes hear that one of the things people like about blogs is that they take complicated information and makes it easier to understand and that has always been my ambition with this blog. I’m not claiming to have done that, but points for trying right? 

Enterprise Mobility + Security. A licensing blog post.

“If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” The great Henry David Thoreau released Walden in 1854 about something completely different of course, but I am taking the liberty to use this quote in a cloud computing context. In almost every project I am in, I get this one question: Should we choose EM+S E3 or EM+S E5? And it really is a good question. The license cost is almost double in E5, and yet, the two licenses seems to contain a lot of the same stuff. Most of the time I can tell the customer what is gained by going for E5, but let’s look at some of the important differences here. Licensing can be extremely confusing, and Microsoft is in no way the worst company here. 

An interview about security

In this interview I try to answer some questions about security. As you can probably see, the term cyber security is used here, although I have tried to be clear that I mostly work with information Security and not cyber security.