Based on Azure Migrate and Azure Site Recovery usage trends, we know that many of you are well along on your Azure migration journey. We're now working on the next wave of innovation to further enhance and simplify your migration experience. We have a great opportunity for you to influence and shape product direction through early access to new capabilities. Delivering an integrated end-to-end migration experience that enables you to discover, assess, and migrate servers to Azure is the goal. To that end, we have several new capabilities in our roadmap, including a new user experience with partner tool integration, Hyper-V environment assessment, and server migration enhancements.
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Britain's most senior cyber general has said the UK possesses the capacity to "degrade, disrupt and destroy" its enemies' critical infrastructure in a future cyber conflict, in a rare acknowledgement of the military's offensive hacking capability. Gen Sir Patrick Sanders, who heads the UK's strategic command, said that he been told by Boris Johnson to ensure Britain is a "leading, full-spectrum cyber power" able both to defend against – and carry out – hacking attacks. But while the British military claims to have had an offensive cyber capability for a decade, it has rarely been publicly discussed. Sanders said the armed forces worked "in partnership with GCHQ" to deliver "offensive cyber capabilities". These could, in theory, Sanders said, "degrade, disrupt and even destroy critical capabilities and infrastructure of those who would do us harm, ranging from strategic to tactical targets" both in isolation or alongside traditional military force.