Microsoft announced that it will soon be releasing a major update to Windows 10, demonstrating just how effectively Windows 10 can be deployed in an organization. As Microsoft focuses on business users with this round of updates, it seeks to encourage large businesses to migrate to the latest operating system.
Our previous post on Office 365 discussed how to protect your data from your employees. In today’s piece, I’ve examined two of the most common outside threats that can also wreak havoc on your data platform: security breaches and migration errors.
In the first part of our series on setting up and managing VMware NSX, we reviewed the basic technical capabilities of NSX, delved into the installation process (as well as its minimum system requirements) and finally talked a bit about how to perform specific actions, such as establishing filtering policies. NSX is best-known as a network virtualization solution for enabling software-defined data centers.
VMware NSX is a network virtualization platform designed for use within software-defined data centers. To that end, it transforms physical network infrastructure into a pool of transparent resources that are accessible on-demand for the creation, modification and restoration of virtual networks.
Cisco Meraki remains one of the most intuitive solutions for managing Wi-Fi, network security and company as well as BYOD devices from the cloud. Using select Meraki switches, security appliances and access points, in tandem with the straightforward Meraki Dashboard, it is easy to set up anything from a Facebook-authenticated guest Wi-Fi network to the rock-solid infrastructure needed for mission-critical applications like VoIP telephony.
In a previous post, we discussed the best ways to defend your Office 365 data against disgruntled employees looking to sabotage business operations. In today’s post, we will talk about the best ways to protect your O365 data from the biggest threat of them all: user error.
Enterprises are using more operating systems than ever before. Thanks to the rise of phones and tablets, the once-dominant Microsoft Windows monoculture at many offices has given way to a more diverse mix of devices running iOS and/or Android in addition to Windows, as this famous chart from Asymco illustrates.
In the largest deal in technology history to date, Dell and its partners announced the acquisition of EMC yesterday for $67 billion. Currently valued at about $25 billion, Dell made tech history in its purchase of EMC, a company double its size. EMC is expected to become a private company under Dell’s ownership.
Symantec solutions such as the Backup Exec family provide critical storage and recovery services for both physical and virtual IT environments. Protecting important data and other systems from disasters with these tools has become more important than ever, in light of the numerous risks - from cyberattacks to electrical outages - that enterprises everywhere must now deal with.