Office 365 business users can expect to see better email protection services with a number of updates that will be coming to Exchange Online Protection in the near future.
In a blog post today, Microsoft outlined some of the features they plan to add to EOP in the next 12 months:
- Advanced threat protection, such as "Time of Click" and "Zero-day" protection.
- Strengthened coverage against malicious URLs.
- Implementation of key sender authentication technologies, such as DKIM and DMARC.
- Improved protection against bulk mail.
- Detailed reporting and message-tracking enhancements.
- Message Quarantine enhancements.
- Continued expansion of EOP datacenters across different regions, further substantiating our promise of processing mail in the region of our customers.
More information about the EOP changes can be checked out on the blog post. If you are an Office 365 business user, do you believe Microsoft is doing a good job at email protection?
Source: Office blog