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SaaS Updates for April 5, 2017

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April 5, 2017

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Dropbox made a major announcement by introducing the new dropbox.com. According to the post, “Dropbox.com is designed to bring your files to life with team-first functionality—so it’s not just a place for your files, but for people and conversations, too. Here’s what’s new and what it means for you.”

Office 365 also made a major announcement, releasing Threat Intelligence and Advanced Data Governance as well as major updates to Advanced Threat Protection. “With the launch of Office 365 Threat Intelligence, we are enriching security in Office 365 to help customers stay ahead of the evolving threat landscape,” says Microsoft. They’re announcing a new reporting UI “to improve the customer experience for Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) and extending the ATP Safe Links feature to Word, Excel and PowerPoint for Office 365 ProPlus desktop clients.”

Office 365 Advanced Data Governance, which also launched yesterday, gives customers new compliance capabilities, including a “new policy management interface for Data Loss Protection (DLP)” that “helps Office 365 customers remain compliant and in control of their data.”

Google Cloud got a bit faster as the company shared more details Espresso, “Google’s peering edge architecture” and the newest offering in their Software Defined Networking (SDN) strategy. According to Google, “Espresso has been in production for over two years and routes 20 percent of our total traffic to the internet.” (No word on if Latte, Americano, or Croissant are in development <- my feeble attempt at humor).

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For yesterday’s SaaS updates (and beyond), click here for our archive.

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