Barely a day goes by without another industry pundit talking up the cloud. Some form of cloud engagement gone from a bold consideration in the early days to virtually a mandatory consideration in any IT strategy today. But, what does a cloud-first mentality actually mean in the context of networking?
Hosting on the Microsoft Azure platform is a fast and simple method to deploy and manage web-based applications. Countless organisations are already enjoying the advantages with rapid adoption seeing Azure revenue growing 98 percent year-over-year.
However, it’s still critical to secure these apps and servers with the same level of security as you would in an on-premises data centre.
Let’s take a closer look at the two security tiers Azure provides in this blog.
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With so many technology options and an increasingly mobile workforce, tapping into the powerful productivity features of Office while on-the-go is a priority for organisations. With the latest version of Microsoft’s Office 365, organisations can customise their application suite, hosted in the cloud, with everything ready to be tailored to suit specific user needs.
End-users move constantly between devices and locations to access data when and where they need it for uninterrupted productivity. There is no question that this is a good thing. In a distributed landscape though, how do you maintain visibility of where your data resides? Or control where data goes and who can access it?