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This is a primer on building secure infrastructure for organizations/industries that are sensitive to data security and have stringent security regulations and controls. Usage of components, rationale and optimizing for compliance requirements for Azure Government and Azure Government for DoD is discussed in the final section of the document. This paper is primarily relevant for Azure, Azure Government and Azure Government for DoD.
We live in an age where virtually every imaginable object – from industrial equipment to smart city infrastructure, autonomous vehicles, and more can be connected to the Internet. Internet оf Things (IoT) projects typically involve a large number of devices, a proliferation of application programming interfaces(APIs), and humongous amounts of data. All of these factors can tax the traditional strategies, skills and technologies used by integration professionals. This whitepaper explores IoT integration challenges, details the best practices to overcome them, and highlights the key factors organizations must consider while evaluating IoT service providers.
Cloud offers wide ranging benefits such as elasticity, flexibility, and efficiency. But the benefits come at a price – that of limited visibility and control. To bypass this roadblock, most organizations take the private cloud route - by leveraging OpenStack to build a private cloud infrastructure that supports enterprise applications as well as integrates with the existing datacenter infrastructure. This paper puts forth a robust approach for designing a flexible and scalable OpenStack environment that supports end user requirements and is aligned with business goals.
With the rapid development and adoption of Cloud technologies, business enterprises see Cloud not only as a technology shift, but also as a powerful driver of positioning their business applications to maximize customer value. This whitepaper identifies the challenges faced by IT professionals in efficient migration of business applications to Cloud and provides an efficient business strategy for application transformation.
In the digital age, the term, “Workplace” is no longer a physical office space where employees work on enterprise data and tools for a designated number of hours. The Digital workplace is a business strategy that promotes employee agility and productivity through a consumerized work environment. This paper explores the changing demands of the modern workplace and how Microland's workplace solutions for enterprises enable the transformation to a Digital workplace.
Organizations that have invested in O365 usually struggle to extract its full value by deploying tools like OneDrive, Yammer, Planner, Team. This paper highlights the value provided by these tools and the services Microland offers to ensure the implementation of tools beyond Exchange Online are streamlined and challenge-free.
The number of enterprises moving their workloads onto cloud is on the rise, given the flexibility and inherent advantages of cloud and its impact on business efficiencies. However due to the number of services hosted and updates being released regularly, cloud environments have become more vulnerable. The Azure Security Center, offered as service in the Azure cloud, provides a reliable answer to these technical blockades on the security front.
Among the products available in the market for Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM), Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) offers a good suite of management capabilities for mobile landscapes. However, integrating Microsoft EMS with the current enterprise IT setup involves the following - navigating the challenges of setting up Active Directory and Conditional Access, setting up the right data protection policies, understanding exactly what Microsoft EMS capabilities and restrictions are during the planning phase
Additional features for user experience, security, mobility and cloud adaptability make Windows 10 migrations highly complex.
In the 2000s, Internet connectivity became the norm for many applications and today it is expected as a part of many enterprises, industrial and consumer products. However, these devices are still primarily ‘things ‘on the Internet that require more human interaction and monitoring through applications and interfaces.
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