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ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | How to Achieve Advanced Security, Compliance and Visibility with Office 365

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | How to Achieve Advanced Security, Compliance and Visibility with Office 365

On-Demand Webinar & Slides

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While moving to the cloud has increased flexibility for employees and reduced IT cost, it has also raised new security concerns for many organizations. 

To realize the full benefit of cloud applications, IT teams must find the right balance of enabling access while maintaining control to protect critical data.

In this on-demand event, Microsoft and Microsoft Cloud Consumption Partner of the Year, Interlink Cloud Advisors show you how an organization can take full advantage of the cloud while maintaining control, security and improved visibility into activity with Advanced Security Management and Advanced eDiscovery.

Through demos and successful customer deployment scenarios, we’ll help you understand the new security and compliance functionality available in Office 365 and show you can achieve:

  • Improved Security and Compliance: Protect and control access to your data
  • Accelerated Response Times: Take corrective action quickly on security violations
  • Reduced Risk: Reduction in the time spent looking for litigation information
  • Improved Protection: Reduce ransomware and malware

After viewing, you'll also understand new Office 365 E5 licensing and all of your security options and bundles available.

Demos Include: 

Advanced eDiscovery and Advanced Security Management


Presented By:

Jason Wingert

Jason Wingert
Vice President & Principal Consultant, Interlink Cloud Advisors

 

Matt Scherocman

Is Disaster Recovery important when using the cloud? Yes!

Disaster Recovery or DR for short, is a hot topic for many companies and with the spate of hacks and natural disasters and incredible storms, i.e. the snowstorm that hit Buffalo, NY just a few weeks ago, has many companies revisiting their disaster recovery solutions. Today’s blog will talk about DR for your applications running in
Azure.

 

Just because you are storing your app in the cloud doesn’t mean you don’t need a DR strategy, should something like mentioned above happen; are you fully prepared for a temporary or even large scale failure? Before you answer that question, let me ask you another question. Does your company rehearse these failures? Has your company determined what applications, should they go down, what your tolerance level is for that app(s)? Some things to consider when creating your cloud DR plan:

  1. Test your recovery of databases to ensure you have the correct process in place
  2. High Availability
  3. Availability
  4. Scalability
  5. Fault Tolerance

Azure DR

DR is a key component to every company’s long-term success. Taking a short-sighted approach to a DR strategy isn’t sound business. As more and more companies put more and more business critical applications in the cloud, the attention paid to DR needs to be evaluated with each application that goes into the cloud, the impact its failure can have on a company and the impact it can have as it is recovered.

In addition to dealing with unexpected disasters, rolling back failed changes and handling data corruption issues are key considerations that sometimes get forgotten when deploying to cloud platforms with greater than 99.99% uptime. 

Microsoft Azure services have a number of ways that you can meet this challenge.  For more detailed information on how to setup your Azure DR strategy for your applications running in Azure you can check out a white paper here.

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