Business organizations emphasize modernizing the “IT back office” to minimize human interaction to tickets and assignments and build a proactive, self-driven, and engineered automation model. The past decade has seen rapid development in business process automation by aligning Information Technology and AI investments with business strategy.
For every small or medium-size organization using Microsoft’s business plans, there is a vivid threat of cyberattacks by cybercriminals and hackers. According to a report by the University of Maryland, cybercriminals are intruding on business data once every 39 seconds. The reports state that some computers were infiltrated by an average of 2,244 times a day!
Securing the enterprise endpoints mean protecting the network perimeter. It does not depend only on the basics, like antivirus on the end devices, but also on network-based defense to secure the organization’s data. If the data and endpoints are located inside the corporate perimeter, it is easy to keep them safe with security tools like firewalls and network IDS/IPS.
In the business sector, network technologies are constantly evolving as networks grow more extensive and more complicated with the growth of the business. In this rapidly advancing technological environment, the business must implement ways to manage the configuration of their large number of connected devices. Enterprises need to implement a robust network configuration manager to efficiently handle network management.
Although technology has made our life a lot easier, while using the internet, every new website and application we sign up for is another password we must remember. It’s not easy to remember all of them. Though saving these passwords on sticky notes helps, you must go through the hustle of copy-paste and switch between windows every time.
Startups and SMBs are generally the first to implement many SaaS Infrastructure. But as these businesses grow in size and complexity — and they rope in larger organizations — scaling infrastructure for the enterprise becomes critical for success.
We are sharing with you four tips on advancing the company’s infrastructure to support and grow with the largest customers.
Active Directory is a tool to simplify identity services in the enterprise and provide ease to the system administrators, but lack of visibility into AD operations gives rise to significant pain points. It becomes pretty frustrating not to understand who made a change in Active Directory and what that change was. Admins have to spend hours understanding the root cause of why a Group Policy Object is in a warning state. In addition, if excessive privilege is shared in an environment, and Domain Admin rights are assigned to more users, it leads to more confusion on who did what in Active Directory. That’s why not auditing the Active Directory environment puts organizations at risk from an operational and legal perspective.
Every organization has its organizational framework in which roles and responsibilities of the different departments such as sales, IT, manufacturing, and quality assurance to achieve the desired common goal. Employers use business resources such as applications and hardware tools to execute business operations along with the skills and expertise. To effectively use these resources, it is essential to have some access control tool in place. Active Directory is one of such tools that manage users, applications, and resources and allows to handle authorization and authentication of users for these resources.
The new challenge for many organizations is shifting from a physical workspace to a remote one. If not done properly, employees can undergo significant setbacks in their professional and personal lives. Hence, organizations should invest in the new trend of endpoint security for a remote work environment.
With this new global pandemic and the latest movement on Work From Home (WFH) environments, organizations are expected to modernize their infrastructure and train their workforce for remote operations without compromising on Security.
IT Help Desk software plays a critical role to quickly resolve customer and employee support issues for businesses of all sizes. Choosing the suitable Help Desk is critical as it centralizes the end-users entire journey and all interaction and conversation they have with the support team in one place. It makes it a lot easier to keep track of the history of employees or customers issues. Since all of the touchpoints are in one place, the support team is more accessible across support channels, from calls to live chat.