If you are moving and need to pack up items from your office, you can consider a do-it-yourself approach, which may save some money. When you need to back up data from your Office 365, a do-it-yourself approach is not your best bet.
Any IT admin leaving Google’s G Suite for Microsoft’s Office 365 knows that there are some significant differences between these software-as-a-service (SaaS) productivity platforms.
Office 365 is the fastest growing offering in Microsoft’s history, and customers are entrusting the platform to not just meet all of their productivity needs, but to secure and manage their business-critical information assets.
As an Office 365 admin, you are the gatekeeper of your company’s information and responsible for keeping it available and secure.
Microsoft works hard to update and secure its full-featured office productivity suite, Office 365. But because it is one of the most widely used office productivity suites in the world, it's a target for hackers and thieves.
Your tech firm just acquired a small software company that has been using email to send files and now you have to migrate them to your Office 365 platform.
Let’s say you’ve moved all of your data to Exchange Online and OneDrive for Business.
The Office 365 platform supports customers around the world with many different standards and regulations guiding the handling of information assets.
For small to mid-sized businesses Microsoft Windows-based systems remain dominant. Windows continues to be the operating system most widely used on desktops and laptops.
Whether your team has already moved to Office 365 or is in the consideration phase, it’s a good idea to be aware of a few of the limitations of the software suite.
Health IT cannot have breaches in security when migrating to Office 365. Meet HIPAA standards and thwart cyber criminals with these simple rules.
There are myriad regulations and security protocols banking and finance industry professionals must follow to maintain economic stability for customers, investors, and the entire U.S. market (not to put too fine a point on it).
Nearly all of Microsoft's Office 365 administrator advice regards best practices for migrating or adopting O365.
A recent Microsoft outage left users unable to access their Azure and Office 365 accounts. The outage impacted users required to sign in under multifactor authentication (which is recommended for all users as a cybersecurity best practice).
In universities and schools, Windows-based systems and Office 365 remain dominant. Unfortunately, ransomware attacks in Office 365 are quite common as well.
You’re in the Office 365 club - a club comprised of millions around the world who are collaborating easier (and faster) with this online productivity suite.
Microsoft Office remains the most widely used work office suite due to its ease-of-use and collaboration. Unfortunately, those efficiency and collaborative capabilities also make ransomware defense more challenging.
Your customers expect that their financial data is safe, secure, and available to them at any time.
You’re going out of town this weekend and have room for only one extra pair of shoes - do you bring your hiking boots or running shoes? Both are great options, but what is better for you depends on your context and particular needs.
At its core, Office 365 operates some of the most secure data centers in the world, adhering to Microsoft’s internally-developed Security Development Lifecycle.