Why Windows 10 is the Most Secure Windows Ever

From an IT perspective, the most important reason to upgrade to Windows 10 is to improve security.  Losses due to security breaches are sky high and will only continue to grow. The cost of damage from cyber crime expected to rise to $6 trillion annually by 2021 from $3 trillion in 2016,...
Why Windows 10 is the Most Secure Windows Ever
Topics: Windows 10, Security

Cloud Security Starts with Identity Management

Identity is the gateway to every service your organization uses. If you can’t secure identity, you can’t secure anything.  Leading executives understand how to leverage all the benefits of cloud while getting the flexibility and granularity needed to secure identity, access...
Cloud Security Starts with Identity Management
Topics: Security, Azure, Cloud

Why Deploy Windows 10?

The advantages of Windows 10 combined with imminent end of life for earlier versions of Windows make now a great time to upgrade your organization.
Why Deploy Windows 10?
Topics: Systems Management, Windows 10, Security

Azure and Your Security Strategy

Microsoft’s evolution to a security leader is most evident in Azure. But how might the interconnected security services in Azure fit into your overall security strategy? As security experts who work with organizations large and small, here are some things to consider: 
Azure and Your Security Strategy
Topics: Security, Azure

Security Principle #3 - Cut Roots, Not Branches

In earlier posts, we talked about the first two of Intellinet's security guiding principles - Principle #1: Security is a process, not a product and Principle #2: Risk-informed, data-driven decision making - now, we will take a closer look at Principle 3: Cut Roots, not Branches. To...
Security Principle #3 - Cut Roots, Not Branches
Topics: Security

Risk-Informed, Data-Driven Decision Making

Risk in the context of security is a discussion unto itself, and one that we will address in greater detail in a later post. For now, I simply want to address why it is one of the core principles in Intellinet's approach to security. First, let me clarify what I mean when I say...
Risk-Informed, Data-Driven Decision Making
Topics: Security

Security is a Process, Not a Product

Did you know that the most common type of security incident is the disclosure of sensitive or confidential information? It's so prevalent, in fact, that it occurs at roughly twice the rate of security incidents caused by hackers, and three times the rate of security incidents caused...
Security is a Process, Not a Product
Topics: Security

Protecting Sensitive Documents with Azure Rights Management

Properly securing sensitive company data in a mobile world is one of the most significant challenges facing today's IT department. Azure Rights Management Server (RMS) provides a cloud based data encryption solution to help you safely secure your information and protect against...
Protecting Sensitive Documents with Azure Rights Management
Topics: Security, Azure, Enterprise Mobility, Mobile

BYOD Made Easy & Secure with Microsoft Intune

Employees today increasingly rely on their personal mobile devices to access corporate applications and data. Microsoft Intune provides IT the ability to securely manage mobile devices. Intune provides device inventory, applications and settings management, and corporate data...
BYOD Made Easy & Secure with Microsoft Intune
Topics: Security, Mobile, Enterprise Mobility, BYOD

Enhancing User Productivity & Security with Azure AD Premium

Microsoft Azure Active Directory (AD) Premium provides many tools that allow corporate IT to quickly enhance the productivity of their employees, while simultaneously producing a more secure mobile experience. AD syncs both on premises and other directories into a single cloud...
Enhancing User Productivity & Security with Azure AD Premium
Topics: Mobile, Enterprise Mobility, Security
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