ATA is meant to help businesses block targeted attacks by automatically analyzing, learning and identifying all normal and abnormal behavior, using machine learning, according to Microsoft's explanation.
In related news today, Azure Rights Management -- a capability that is part of Microsoft's EMS -- is coming on July 23 for Office on iPhones and iPads. Microsoft will be updating its Office for iOS apps tomorrow to include its support. The current release will support only viewing of rights protected Word, PowerPoint or Excel documents on an iPad or iPhone. Creating rights protected content on iPads and iPhones will be supported later.
Microsoft isn't sharing more on its Azure Rights Management Premium -- the renamed Azure Rights Management piece of EMS that will include document-tracking capabilities. That technology also was part of the previously inadvertently published Microsoft blog post that was later removed.