We regularly update Sophos Cloud with improvements or new features. You can see the details here.
We've given the user interface a fresher look and reorganized it.
We've improved the Dashboard in Sophos Cloud. A new carousel in the upper right of the screen lets you see at a glance whether users, computers and mobile devices are protected.
Looking for the global threat levels graph? That's still in the Dashboard, but we've moved it to the carousel in the lower right of the screen.
You can now get our beta release for Mac and control which types of website Mac users can access. And if you already have a web control policy, you don’t need to create a new one: the same policy covers both Windows and Mac. To sign up, go to the Account > Beta programs page.
Note: The Web Control for Windows beta has now ended. The beta installer no longer works. Please use the regular installer for Windows on the Manage > Deployment page.
If you're using Active Directory Sync, you can now:
Connect to your Active Directory server over a non-SSL connection.
We’ve made the user details page even more useful. If you click on a user in the Manage > Users page, you can now:
In version 2 we've added Mobile Control. We've also made Web Control and Active Directory Sync generally available (until now, these were only for beta customers).
To try out Mobile Control, you’ll need a license that includes this feature.
Manage your iOS devices through your Sophos Cloud console and protect your corporate data:
Our web control policies let you protect your organization and your users from the risks of inappropriate web browsing. You can:
For details, see What's new for April 29 (below).
We’ve added Active Directory Sync to our beta program. This is a small tool that:
If you aren’t already in the beta program, sign up at the Beta Programs page.
You can now simply click on a user name in the Users page to display a full profile that includes:
Other changes in the user interface include:
You can now get our beta release and try out these new features:
To sign up or find out more, head on over to the Beta Programs page.
We've updated the Sophos Cloud for Mac installer so that it's scriptable, which makes it easier to use with automated installation tools. If you already have one of these tools, you can roll out Sophos Cloud to lots of Macs quickly and simply.
For more information, see Sophos knowledgebase article 120570.
We have now officially released Sophos Cloud for Mac OS X. If you want to protect your Macs, go to Manage and open the Deployment page to get started.
If you previously installed the beta version of Sophos Cloud for Mac OS X, don't worry. You don't need to do anything. Updates will carry on as usual and your Macs will still be protected.
We've added new management features that customers asked for. To fit those in, we've also changed and improved the layout.
In the new "Manage" section, you can now:
We’ve renamed the "Policies" and "Settings” sections because customers found them easy to confuse. We’ve also rearranged the features in them, so now they look like this:
We hope you like these new features and layout.
We’ve now made the Sophos Cloud for Mac installer available for all customers, so anyone (not just beta customers) can protect Macs. Simply go to Settings and open the Deployment page to get started.
The Mac product is still in beta, but will be officially supported from next week. If you install it now, you don’t need to do anything when the beta ends: the update will happen automatically as usual and your Macs will carry on being protected.
We've added support for Internet Explorer 11.
We've also improved usability of the page where you download the installer for protecting endpoints:
This update fixes some display problems on Internet Explorer 9.
This update of Sophos Cloud includes a hidden beta feature that lets you protect Mac computers. To see this feature and try it out, register here. We'll then send you an email explaining what to do.
This update also addresses these instability and performance issues: