The endless benefits that come with a transition to the cloud are hard for any organization to resist. When considering the cloud’s advantages, like huge savings (up to 25% in cost savings according to CIO), improved security, performance, and...
Enterprises are producing a staggering amount of data every day. Disparate data sources, lack of access, and complex data integration challenges can prevent organizations from fully utilizing data they collect. As data continues to grow, these issues compound. A data...
Multi-factor can be implemented in many ways these days, but surprisingly, many organizations that have access to the MFA capabilities of Azure AD simply haven’t enabled it. Azure AD MFA has its limitations, but if you own the capability, any MFA is better than no...
Businesses are driven by data, and in today’s world, organizations of all sizes are addressing pressures to achieve responsiveness, agility, and cost reduction by moving that data into the world of hybrid multi-cloud. While this digital transformation takes...
Data governance is essential to an organization’s overall data management strategy and a key component in any Data Ops implementation. Data governance ensures that you know what data you have, where that data resides, and how that data can be used while simultaneously...
The rapid evolution of enterprise environments, mainly during the pandemic crisis, has led to system security breaches for many organizations. The increased need for mobility, the shift to a distributed operating mode, and the use of numerous SaaS services on the...
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