Effective and reliable IT is more important than ever before for running a successful business. Compounding this, the recent pandemic and ensuing lockdowns have only increased the use of digital services across businesses of all sizes. Managing the growing number of online services you use, keeping software up to date, and maintaining the condition of business-critical hardware can quickly become an overwhelming task, especially if technology is not your speciality. That’s why many businesses are choosing to contract a third party like Carden IT Services to manage and maintain their IT.
More and more businesses are moving their storage to the cloud. While this helps facilitate collaboration between team members and save resources, there is still a lot of hesitation about cloud computing among IT decision-makers in companies. Many businesses worry that increasing the use of cloud services will increase their risk of a data breach.
The dark web is an area of the internet where cybercriminals can operate in near complete anonymity. Many of the websites you have used or now use have had data breaches in the past, and certain portions of the dark web contain the results of such breaches. Names, dates of birth, addresses, booking numbers, and, worst of all credit, card details and passwords, can all be found in this data.
Microsoft Intune (also known as Microsoft Endpoint Manager) is a Microsoft Azure-connected platform that grants many extremely useful features to machines which are connected to Azure Active Directory. Please see our blog post Azure Active Directory – Your Questions Answered for more details on Azure Active Directory.
Microsoft SharePoint is an online cloud storage platform which is part of Microsoft’s 365 suite of Office apps.