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For security ask yourself…what would Microsoft do?

Despite taking a beating in the press and from customers for security holes in its products, decision makers at Microsoft appear to think the company still has something to teach the world about computer security. The software giant this week published a technical white paper that describes its internal security practices, which Microsoft hopes will “help customers successfully secure their environments,” the company said. The paper, simply titled Security at Microsoft, details the methods and technologies that the company’s Operations and Technology Group (OTG) use to secure the company’s global corporate network of more than 300,000 computers and 4,200 servers. Full Story

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