Considering modernizing and moving your business to the cloud? You’re not alone. You’re also not the one thinking about security and compliance.
Microsoft Azure has advanced security features and more compliance certifications than any other public cloud provider. Full back up and recovery to the cloud and built-in security features across on-premises and cloud deployments. Single sign on (SSO) for each employee, extending local user identities and permissions to the cloud.
For the best in security and compliance, Microsoft Azure sits alone.
View: The value of moving to Azure
As the end of support for Windows Server SQL Server 2008/2008 R2 approaches, questions will undoubtedly arise, especially relating to the Extended Security Updates offered by Microsoft. This document is here to answer those questions.
View: WS + SQL 2008 Extended Security Updates FAQ
Watch the University of Arizona, in partnership with Microsoft, tackle the challenges of revamping a new, secure Active Directory system and move both students and staff to Office 365.
As the security landscape becomes more mobile and complex, traditional security methods are no longer up to the task. Check out this infographic to learn why the holistic approach of Microsoft’s Identity-Driven Security was designed to handle the threats of today, and tomorrow.
View: Microsoft identity-driven security