Office 365 resides in the cloud and, well, that’s cool. It comes with many benefits however one benefit that is missing is the lack of backups. Many people believe because they are working in the cloud that backups automatically exist. This is often not the case. If you use Office 365 and you have not proactively configured a backup solution, then you are putting your data at risk. Watch this webcast as we explain the data availability risks that accompany Office 365 and how a business can protect themselves.
Office 365 was released in June of 2011. The early adopters jumped on board and eight years later it looks like Office 365 is here to stay – and that’s a good thing. If you have not yet made the move to Office 365 then this is one webcast you won’t want to miss.
Secure network architectures need to constantly evolve to keep up with the latest advanced persistent threats. There are two ways to find out if your solution isn’t keeping up—wait for a breach to happen or run validation tests. Watch this webcast as Marc Driessen discusses what puts a business at risk and proactive ways to reduce the risk.
Computer hardware is part of any business. Whether it’s workstations for staff or servers to manage data, it’s tough to get by without it. More and more businesses are moving to a hardware subscription model for the many benefits it offers. If you own, run, or manage a business then this webcasr is for you. We’ll explain the pros and cons and help you decide if hardware subscriptions are right for you.
Data backup solutions have come a long way in the past ten years. No more are the days of tape backups or transporting backups off-site. Watch this webcast as we discuss cloud backups and what it means for todays’ businesses. In addition to understanding ways to back up business data, we'll talk about the caveats of restoring data, specifically restoration technologies used to minimize downtime. If you own, run, or manage a business and your digital assets are important to you, this webcast is for you. We don't speak geek, rather, we'll help you understand the ins and outs of data backup.
No matter the business’ size, its users are heavily targeted by attackers, who know that a single successful phishing email could mean access to everything on your corporate network and more. In today’s threat landscape, end users need regular and consistent cyber-awareness training to empower them to become a business’ first line of defense, not its weakest link. Watch this webcast as Marc Driessen discusses what puts a business at risk when it comes to email and steps one can take to reduce the risk.