One of our long-time clients made the strategic decision to pilot Microsoft Azure to reduce costs and improve platform stability after their external DNS provider crashed. The crash caused their email domain to be unresolved as well as their VPN gateway and numerous other services.
Data is vital to the health and operations of any business. Regardless of industry, any unforeseen event or disaster that disrupts day to day functions of a company can have dire consequences and put the organization at risk for financial costs, data loss and even reputation loss.
Proper IT governance ensures that technology investments match the organization’s overall mission and that data is managed in compliance with regulations. IT governance is particularly essential in protecting companies from fraud. Well-implemented IT governance plans ensure that strategies, processes, and stakeholders are in place to support the organization’s overall governance strategy.
Cloud adoption is on the rise. According to a 2018 RightScale study, 81 percent of enterprises have a multi-cloud strategy. A major challenge in the shift to cloud-based solutions is migrating an on-premise application that you’ve customized and used for years. The solution to that challenge is Azure Active Directory (AD) Domain Services.
After the research, testing and pricing, you’ve made the choice to migrate into Office 365. Office 365 has many benefits, including greater accessibility, collaboration and security. However, transferring files and data from legacy software is not a simple task. When migrating to the cloud, you will likely run into problems you were not prepared for or expecting.