In day-to-day life of a company compliance is a necessary evil. According to research, there are more than 200 updates from 750 regulatory bodies every day – a huge burden for the employees to stay up-to-date with all these changes. Even when compliance and privacy officers know the legal guidelines and internal policies well enough, they don’t know which technology solutions can help them to meet the conditions. On the other hand, IT professionals know about the technology and how to use features like Data Loss Prevention and e-Discovery, but they don’t know how to go about with managing these features and compliance regulations.
New technology is changing our everyday life and as consumers we have very high expectations, no surprise. Our work-related life cannot lag behind hence we now witness a new culture of work emerging. This is being driven by globalization, competitiveness and certainly technology trends around the cloud solutions, artificial intelligence, mixed reality and mobility. All these things are disrupting industries and changing the way work is getting done both for employees and employers.
A couple of years ago companies were really thinking about the cloud in a very simplistic sense as moving their VMs (Virtual machines) from their on-premises data centers into the cloud. Now we’re seeing an explosion of services and capabilities in the cloud that companies can take advantage of. It enables all sorts of new capabilities and functionalities in cloud apps, allowing businesses to reach new customers, predict the future with machine learning and advanced analytics, name but a few. But some businesses are still hesitant about moving to the cloud, in the light of the existing myths around migration to Office 365 which are in fact different from real state of affairs like chalk from cheese. Let’s debunk them!
In the previous article we have discussed the best practices that will enhance the cyber security of your Office 365 Business. This time let’s discover what Microsoft 365 has to offer in terms of security. Let’s clarify a few things before we move on, as Office 365 and Microsoft 365 are often mixed up. Microsoft 365 is a bundle solution that comprises Office 365 Business Premium, Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise Mobility + Security. Keep it in mind if you’d like to make sure your employees can collaborate effectively, stay mobile and feel secured from cyber threats 24/7.
Online security is given attention to a lot lately with high-profile hacks and cyber-attacks all over the world. Big enterprises are spending more than ever to guarantee reasonable cyber security, since in case of a breach stakes are very high. But small and medium sized businesses are often becoming targets of cyber-criminals too.
We are excited to start publish series of scenarios how to improve your office 365 security and productivity that have been prepared by Microsoft engineers. The first one is about how to detect attacks before they cause damage.
Customers are wrestling with the idea of providing a productive environment using the latest technology, while at the same time figuring out how to maintain this new technology and keep their data secure. The result is a patchwork of different solutions, complex integration, lost productivity, and systems with security flaws due to not having the most up to date software patches and releases. This is where Microsoft 365 Business comes into play. By providing productivity tools, built-in security and simplified management in one package, Microsoft 365 Business addresses the business challenges customers face in the modern workplace.