Blockchain can be thought of as an open distributed ledger that can hold transaction records between multiple parties in a transparent and immutable way offering security and integrity to online transactions. Blockchain is now widely implemented in finance, supply chain, retail, digital media and various other industries.
Azure is one of the most popular cloud service providers today offering capabilities in three major categories - IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service) & SaaS (Software as a Service). Migrating to a cloud platform such as Azure is in the IT road map of most if not all enterprises. Moving the software and workloads to Azure helps in driving productivity, reducing cost of operations, increasing scalability and ensuring high service availability. So how does an organization move to cloud? It does seem like a daunting process but with proper planning and strategy success can be ensured.
Securing the digital assets of an organization must be a top priority in this age of cloud and mobile workspaces. Office 365 has been the platform of choice for many organizations to collaborate, communicate & automate. Office 365 has a host of offerings for every organization which strives for a presence in the cloud. With the vast range of abilities comes the responsibility to protect and preserve an equally diverse set of intellectual property and organizational content. Office 365 therefore has an exhaustive feature set which caters to the security and compliance needs of the customers. This post targets to touch upon the most pertinent of these features and give an overview of their capabilities.