Enterprise Mobility Suite to become Enterprise Mobility + Security: This name change doesn’t impact existing EMS customers. A new, expanded plan will be generally available later in 2016 and will be known as Enterprise Mobility + Security E5 and the existing Enterprise Mobility Suite becomes Enterprise Mobility + Security E3.
Changes in more details:
Azure Active Directory Premium
- The existing Azure AD Premium becomes Azure AD Premium P1, with no change for existing customers.
- Azure AD Premium P2, generally available later in Q3 2016, includes all the capabilities in Azure AD Premium P1 as well as the new Identity Protection and Privileged Identity Management capabilities.
Azure Rights Management + Secure Islands becomes Azure Information Protection
- The existing Azure Rights Management Premium becomes Azure Information Protection Premium P1, generally available in Q4 2016, with no change for existing Azure RMS customers.
- The P2 offer adds automatic classification, on top of the manual classification, labeling and everything else included in P1.
Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics (ATA) become Microsoft Cloud App Security.
The below image show the different between EMS E3 and EMS E5:
Source: Enterprise Mobility and Security Blog
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Microsoft recently released Update Rollup 8 for the following System Center 2012 R2 Components:
Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 App Controller
Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Data Protection Manager
Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Operations Manager
Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Orchestrator
Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Service Manager
Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager
Windows Azure Pack
For more details about Update Rollup 8 including Issues that are fixed, How to obtain and install and Installation instructions, check KB3096378
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Based on virtualization requirements for Exchange 2013 on Microsoft TechNet which was update in May 2015, deployment on Microsoft Azure virtual machines is supported if all storage volumes used for Exchange databases and database transaction logs (including transport databases) are configured for Azure Premium Storage.
Exchange 2013 Iaas is supported if all supportability requirements are met.
For more information about Exchange 2013 virtualization requirements, check the below post from Microsoft TechNet:
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