As companies plan their digital transformation strategies, it is crucial to keep in mind four key areas where these efforts can introduce risk: multicloud or hybrid cloud infrastructure, digital supply chains and sales channels, Internet of Things (IoT), and automation and analytics. Companies are seeking technology-driven advantages as they adapt to new ways of working, managing employees, and serving customers. But the same digital initiatives that create new opportunities can also lead to risks—and companies should be aware of what they are. Read the article from CIO and contact Intrious to learn more.
The workplace is evolving and requires an innovative approach for endpoint modernization. Microsoft is bridging employee experiences and security with modernized endpoints that enable organizations to adapt to today’s new world of work in a secure way across a range of key business scenarios.
Building security into apps and devices help reduce the threat of endpoint vulnerability for workers on the frontline, remote workers, in-office employees, and everything in between. Modernizing endpoints help advance to Zero Trust.
Whether it’s a hybrid, remote, or in-office experience, endpoint vulnerabilities represent a real security risk. Companies must secure any potential access to their internal network from hacking and cyberattacks—which are more prevalent than ever.
How can organizations modernize to protect themselves against these threats?
Using Zero Trust within the context of Azure Active Directory as a foundation, anything connecting to your network must be validated before gaining access. And even when vetted, it will operate in a separate virtual machine to keep the rest of the network secure.
A city is prone to all sorts of unexpected events that can drastically change the quality of life for everyone, better and worse. And well-prepared governments are those that leverage the latest #digital technology to be ready for anything. Watch this video to learn about the City of Houston, Texas’ vision for an #integrated city that uses #data to prepare for the future.
Moving 130,000 workers across 200 worksites in over 90 countries to a new browser is no simple feat. Just think of the challenge ensuring that legacy apps and sites built for local business still work.
To facilitate device management, GlaxoSmithKline enrolled every Windows 10 device in Microsoft Endpoint Manager, making available Microsoft Edge on their internal store for end users to install on-demand. Deployment only took four weeks, and it was so simple that no external services or support were needed.