Unify management and security with Microsoft cloud, apps, and endpoints

Today's workers require adaptability since they often use various devices to accomplish tasks. Microsoft cloud, apps, and endpoints combine services you may already be using, such as Microsoft Intune, which are part of the Microsoft 365 stack designed to help secure access, protect data, and respond and manage risk. Use Endpoint Manager to deploy and configure apps to keep teams connected, apply Azure Virtual Desktop for fast, familiar access to internal resources, access Surface Hub to support a vast device ecosystem, and secure conditional access to mobile apps with Azure Active Directory.

Azure Arc-enabled data services

There are multiple on-premises challenges that range from patching and upgrading to data security and governance. With Microsoft Azure Arc-enabled data services, your company can get Azure innovation, cloud benefits, and flexible cloud billing across its data estate—with better cost efficiency and from anywhere in the world. Sign up to stay connected. We'll help you innovate with Azure Arc to deliver the right cloud experience for your data workloads.

Azure Arc—the future of hybrid and multicloud

All cloud management capabilities are now native in Microsoft Azure. Containers, VM, on-prem, and public cloud infrastructure can be brought together under Azure Arc. You decide who can access your data with full governance and policy tools applied across your systems, regardless of where they reside. Arc delivers on the promise that Azure is "the world's computer."

REI embraces hybrid work with Microsoft Teams and Surface Hub

REI, the largest consumer cooperative in the United States, uses Microsoft Teams Connect capabilities to simplify how employees collaborate with people outside their organization. The company, for example, applies Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Intune in its strategy for protecting mobile devices. Moving to Microsoft 365 enabled employees more opportunities to use personal devices—and most importantly, to keep them secure. The freedom and flexibility of a hybrid or remote workforce with secure devices has also allowed the company to recruit and hire outside the Puget Sound area.

Cloud migration essentials

The key to successful cloud migration is breaking the process into steps. The benefits of migration can be immediate in terms of time and budget. Just remember, whether you're in the early stages of assessment or fully planning your approach, migration is easier with a trusted provider like Microsoft. Through integrated tools, a strong partner ecosystem, and rich guidance, you can minimize risk and possible negative impacts. Sign up to download the "Cloud migration essentials" e-book and discover an essential guide to a successful migration of servers and virtual machines.

Protect your endpoints with top EDR software

To function in a safer digital environment, companies must now consider endpoint detection and response software (EDR) enabled with AI and machine learning capabilities, as well as threat intelligence databases to minimize potential security breaches. But most of the features that users expect, like device control, advanced threat targeting, and rollback, are either unavailable or come at extra cost. Microsoft Defender for Endpoints integrates into the source code of Windows, making it an obvious choice for its devices (also available for Mac and Linux).

The Total Economic Impact™ Of Microsoft Endpoint Manager

Microsoft Endpoint Manager is a solution that provides on-premises and cloud-based devices with tools (as well as the ability to co-manage with them) to provision, deploy, manage, and secure endpoints. It also enables insights into endpoint health and performance and remediates vulnerabilities in multiple areas—all while significantly reducing costs. Microsoft Endpoint Manager gives organizations the enhanced control and monitoring to support employees with minimal impact on user experience while preventing data loss and applying Zero Trust best practices. Subscribe to stay connected—we'll help you ensure a more secure work environment throughout your organization.

Three simple ways to migrate your web applications to Azure App Service

Migrating your applications using Microsoft Azure App Service can be simple. Redeploy code using your existing CI/CD pipeline, containerize your application, and deploy using Docker Imager—or use the Migration Assistant tool. Would you like to learn more about Azure App Service? Sign up to stay connected so we can keep you up to date on the fastest ways to migrate your applications using the latest cloud computing technology.

Mitigating the hidden risks of digital transformation

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 to learn more.