Security is a top priority for IT teams. New threats have made it harder than ever for IT to secure data and applications. Azure, SQL Server and Windows Server 2019 gives you new capabilities to help prevent attacks and detect suspicious activity, with features to control privileged access, help protect virtual machines, and harden the platform against emerging threats.
Records stolen by hackers in 2016
Of organizations lose customers during an attack; 30% lose revenue
Expected cost of cybercrime to the global economy by 2022
Critical security updates are key to maintaining compliance
We inventory your apps and workloads. Then we categorize each one by type, criticality, complexity, and risk, and plan based on issues and opportunities.
Remote Desktop Server
AD, DNS and DHCP
We transform critical parts of your operation and move off outdated platforms
We migrate to Azure VM, apps and services running on the latest edition
We offer you flexible licensing models to upgrade your on-premises servers to the latest Windows Server edition
We fine-tune your resources to optimize cost, manage resources, and strengthen security and compliance across hybrid cloud workloads.
Security and Governance
We use our expertise and Azure Security Center to strengthen security, and ensure compliance across your hybrid environment.
Our company was facing the challenge of modernizing our IT infrastructure to face today's security threats. Bruno and his team were instrumental in guiding our company through its digital transformation. Now we can rely on modern, secure and highly reliable services running on Office 365 and hosted on Microsoft Azure. Thanks to BeMo.
Greg Ervin, ACA Consultant at Summit Benefit & Actuarial Services, Inc., Eugene OR
Allscripts is a leading healthcare software manufacturer, serving physician practices, hospitals, health plans, and Big Pharma. To transform its applications frequently and host them securely and reliably, Allscripts has started to use Microsoft Azure. In just three weeks, the company lifted and shifted dozens of acquired applications running on 1,000 virtual machines to Azure.