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Matt Scherocman

Protecting your Organization from Cyber Criminals with Microsoft Solutions

Protecting your Organization from Cyber Criminals with Microsoft Solutions

In any modern workplace, there is a constant threat of a security breach. Whether it is through ransomware placed in emails or a form of malware, a breach can be right around the corner. It is imperative to know where to look. Luckily with briefings such as the California’s 2016 Annual Data Breach Report and Symantec’s 2017 Internet Security Threat Report we can see the type of attacks and tools cyber criminals are using to target organizations. According to California’s 2016 Data Breach Report, malware and hacking was the cause of 44.6 million records breached, and it has continued to grow by over 22% in the past four years. This shows why it's so important to always have your organization’s security in mind and to have security measures in place.

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Matt Scherocman

Microsoft Intune – Cloud-based Mobility Management

Microsoft Intune – Cloud-based Mobility Management

 When it comes to Mobile Device Management (MDM), or Mobile Application Management (MAM) there are options every way you turn. It seems that every major company in the cloud industry has their own offering. It can get very confusing to determine what is different between each product and how to choose the right one for an organization. Specifically, what makes Microsoft’s Intune stand out amid the sea of mobile device management offerings?  

MIcrosoft Intune

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Matt Scherocman

Interlink Welcomes Their Newest SQL Practice Lead, Ken Kruthaup

Interlink Welcomes Their Newest SQL Practice Lead, Ken Kruthaup

Interlink has expanded their SQL Practice and has brought on Ken Kruthaup to lead their team. Ken has worked with Fortune 500 companies and small businesses for the last 30+ years. Working both as a consultant and a Microsoft instructor for the past 21 years, Ken is well versed in many aspects of Microsoft technologies. He currently has 38 Microsoft certifications and has worked on many technologies in the Microsoft arena, yet, his area of focus has been on SQL Server. He has been certified since SQL 6.0 (1997) and recently passed the BETA SQL 2016 Admin exam.

Ken’s expertise allows him to help clients get the most of their SQL environment. This includes building redundancy, upgrades, scaling out to Azure, performance tuning, and general administrative tasks. He can create processes for immediate and long-term solutions that help clients gain the most of their SQL database environments. 


Are you interested in identifying the issues your database environment is having? Ken will conduct Interlink’s SQL Server Energize Assessment - a process is guaranteed to give you guidance toward better performance. Contact us today to discuss.

 

Ken Kruthaup

Microsoft SQL 2016, Azure, OLTP…Together?

Microsoft SQL 2016, Azure, OLTP…Together?

Not a far “STRETCH” after all with SQL Server Stretch Database

As IT leaders, you have most likely experienced the huge costs associated with a “Data Warehouse” implementation. The level of complexities can grow quickly and leave you asking yourself many difficult questions such as:

  • Do I need to hire Cube developers?
  • How much local storage do I need?
  • Will I need another Enterprise SQL server to run the SSAS engine?

And finally…

  • Is it even worth it?

So many questions with high associated costs can negatively affect your projects and budgets. This leads us to the next question.

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Matt Scherocman

How Cloud-Based Technology Makes the Mergers & Acquisitions Process Frictionless

How Cloud-Based Technology Makes the Mergers & Acquisitions Process Frictionless

In today’s data-driven world, merging with or absorbing another company can seem stressful, to say the least. Fortunately, cloud-based technology makes it simpler than ever to integrate the infrastructures of two or more companies. It provides several benefits that allow companies to enhance their own operations, even in the middle of a merger or acquisition.

Technology Gives Options to Companies Undergoing a Merger

Today’s technology allows business owners to determine how they want to merge their data, programs, operations, and infrastructure. For example, when a company acquires another organization, it may choose to leave its infrastructure completely independent of the one acquired and simply build connectivity between them. On the other hand, it may decide to migrate both infrastructures to the cloud. Lastly, in some cases, the acquiring company may want to migrate only one company to the cloud, then integrate that service into the other’s on-site infrastructure. The availability of these options allows companies to determine which type of integration would best suit their needs for both current and future needs. View eight key ways acquiring companies can ensure IT is playing a pervasive role in executing a profitable merger.

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