I wanted to share the changes I’m seeing with our client insurance renewals for 2022. You may need a consultant to guide you regarding the questions and cybersecurity controls your insurance provider is requiring. We can assist in minimizing insurance premium increases, risk, and liability. For our clients that are seeing the biggest increases in…
Russian cyberattacks have officially gone from covert behind the scene operations to public displays of defiance to the UN and the United States. This is the world we live in. Are you ready? The Russian government is openly telling the US they are coming for us. Fox News reports that Biden warns of ‘evolving intelligence’…
You have heard of it, now it is time to learn how to prevent ransomware from taking over your computers. Ransomware has become one of the biggest issues facing businesses today. It can take many forms, from simple screen-blocking messages to much more sophisticated attacks that require paying a ransom, typically in a cryptocurrency to…
Many companies embraced change as the COVID-19 pandemic presented new challenges and continues to have a multi-sector impact on nations, businesses, and citizens. As cloud computing continues to grow, there are three major trends for the post-COVID era: cost optimization, containerization and serverless computing, and edge.
The cloud is a dominant force and the pandemic further demonstrated that many processes can be managed remotely if companies have the right cloud implementation in place. Examine recent growth trends, find out how to navigate them, and see how they’re likely to evolve.
Adopting solutions like Microsoft 365 and Dynamics 365 gives employees the flexibility of working from anywhere on the device of their choice—simultaneously increasing security and collaboration. Enable your employees to be more productive and inspired, with teams doing their best work using tools designed for modern work. Cloud technology improves collaboration by integrating tools to simplify work, streamline processes, and optimize communication—which translates to higher ROI.
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What does operational visibility look like in a hybrid cloud environment? It’s an end-to-end view of infrastructure performance across application workloads and microservices, wherever they reside, providing the intelligence needed to monitor and measure KPIs. Learn about the steps leaders are taking before, during, and after a migration.
Global youth leaders from Special Olympics collaborated using Microsoft Teams to help develop a transportation app. With Teams, Grace and Jack were able to make progress on their important project despite the limitations posed by Covid-19 stay at home orders.
Toyota Motor North America had been running Skype for Business on Azure. When Microsoft phased out those datacenters, TMNA moved to Teams. The switch to Teams Only included a superior audio conferencing and calling experience, including Teams Phone for external calls.
Australia’s leading telecommunications company Telstra is using Microsoft Azure Arc for a single pane of control, visibility, and management to help scale-out its edge footprint across Australia, while reducing its on-premises infrastructure and consolidating its cloud presence.
The Azure Arc control plane creates a single pane of glass to manage all elements of its infrastructure so Telstra can better monitor and update its services throughout the entire migration process and beyond.
With the hybrid work here to stay, it’s important to set everyone up for success by choosing a meeting format that best serves their needs. It’s also important to make good use of attendees’ time and lead meetings that reflect your organizational culture. Review the infographic to learn the specific steps for preparing, conducting, and debriefing for a positive hybrid meeting. Get up to speed on the latest Teams updates, such as transcriptions, fluid components, large-gallery mode, live reactions, and more.