Microsoft to launch ClearBiometric Safe to protect customers against biometric security threat

Microsoft is expected to release ClearBiometrics Safe to improve security for customers who use Microsoft products such as Office 365 and Dynamics CRM.

The technology is based on Microsoft’s Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), which is a secure communication protocol that is used to encrypt communication between computers and servers.

Microsoft is making the technology available to businesses and organizations in its Azure cloud, but is not releasing a version for personal users.

It is also not available for enterprise users, as it is still in development.

Microsoft said that customers who want ClearBiometry Safe can sign up at the Microsoft Connect portal.

The company is also offering a free trial version for the first year of the software.

Microsoft has also released an Azure Cloud App to help businesses and customers manage Azure cloud resources and use ClearBiography Safe.

Microsoft says that ClearBiomedical is a biometric solution that uses Secure Socks Layer (Socks) technology to encrypt data transfer.

Microsoft has said that it plans to make ClearBiome safer in the coming months.

Microsoft says that it has been working with Microsoft to improve biometric security for a variety of users, including users who use Windows Azure, Office 365, Dynamics CRMs, and Dynamics AX.

Microsoft also said that ClearBioomedical will offer customers a choice of authentication, such as biometric fingerprinting, and will offer support to businesses.

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