So, you have decided that you are not comfortable with the level of security visibility and threat detection that you have on your network and servers. Maybe you had a ransomware attack, or you are becoming more concerned with the huge number of attacks going on around the world. You know that without a threat detection solution, most activity on your servers and network is happening under the radar and no one is watching. Dormant malware could be sitting in your environment already, quietly waiting to launch an attack. There are many solutions out there, so how do you pick the best and most cost-effective solution for your environment?
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Last updated June 22, 2022 |
By Harry Zarek
"Please bear with us as we face order delays and product shortages.” This has become the official response of vendors and manufacturers for the past two years. And it’s not any individual company’s fault. Thinking back on how things were, we were lulled into expecting smooth and reliable procurement as a given, whether picking a product off the shelf as a consumer or ordering your business products. Now, there seems to be a continuum of reasons as to why the products are not either readily available or why you have to wait in a queue to get them.
Last updated May 11, 2022 |
By Julian Galley Principal Consultant
IoT has become a relatively universal term in digital circles. Here's how one Solutions Architect explored the possibility of a use case that would showcase not only the cloud technology but also the curiosity that permeates our Azure team.
With remote and hybrid work having become an everyday scenario for a great many of us, we have to take a step back and remember that all this technology exists because of an actual need for it. The state of remote work is what it is now because of a global push to maintain productivity outside of the traditional workspace.
Here are a couple of little-known facts: About half of the world’s neon supply is produced by just two companies based in Ukraine, and 75% of the total global supply goes to the manufacture of semiconductor chips. As of early March 2022, these two companies – Ingas and Cryoin – have halted operations in light of the ongoing political conflict in the Eastern European country.
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