These resources are good if you're new to this whole cybersecurity thing and you're just getting started on your journey towards protecting your company from cyber threats. It'll educate and orient you so that you know exactly how much work you're getting yourself into.
Ok let's get into the nitty gritty. These resources explain the different types of cyber threats and how each Microsoft product prevents them. In addition, they explain how everyone benefits from these tools, whether you're in IT, the CEO, or an employee.
These are high level, long term strategic guides to get you prepare for the worst. These readings are most important for CIOs, CISOs, Directors of IT, and CEOs. If you're reading these tools and implementing them in your organization, then congratulate yourself because you're extremely organized and doing better than 99 percent of companies.
Perhaps you're under the impression that all these Microsoft products only help desk workers. Microsoft is working hard at developing tools for the Firstline workers; construction workers, nurses, waiters, plumbers, you know.. the bulk of the workforce.
Teams is the Office 365 app the we at BEMO use the most, even more than Outlook. The ability to have documents, chat, meetings, project management, calendar, all in one place is so nice. It comes with just about every Office 365 license, and your employees are going to love it.
Whether you're on an older version of SQL Server and are thinking of upgrading or are currently using a different enterprise database software, you'll find the resources below in understanding where Microsoft is today with their SQL Server technology. You can learn about end-of-service, migrating to the newest version of SQL Server, data analytics and much more!
Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 end of support approaches in January 2020, you’re probably considering how the cloud fits into your plans—and how it can help you avoid potential compliance risks and security hazards. Fortunately, you’re not alone. Many others are improving security, efficiency, and performance while driving innovation and collaboration by moving on-premises workloads to the cloud.
Microsoft is transforming the way schools use technology by developing school-specific applications, offering enterprise technology at discounted prices that schools can afford, and enabling Teachers to offer catered help to each student via technology.