[What We Do]
Providing expert guidance and implementation around Microsoft identity, security, and compliance solutions
Worried about protecting your business data? we offer comprehensive and scalable security solutions. Let us do the hard work so you can focus on what you do best. We can help your business with:
Secure your IT systems with a zero-trust approach. We protect the integrity of your data by applying the latest industry best practices and tools to keep pace with increasingly sophisticated threats.
Identity and Access
Identity and access management plans should be user-friendly and move with a mobile workforce. We customize strategies to streamline processes and empower your users.
Today’s workforce expect to be able to access your data wherever they are without incurring any risk to company data.
Having the right IT strategy in place will ensure your employees are more efficient, that you save money and you remain compliant with regulations. Our international team of of consultants is comprised of experts in the three key areas that help you implement a dependable, secure and resilient IT environment, both with new technology and your existing tools.
Our flexible, agile approach and health checks allow us to implement the right technology for your specific industry and requirements. Whether you’re a global enterprise with a hundred thousand employees, a niche financial services outfit, or an educational institution, our in-depth knowledge of Microsoft’s identity and security stack mean we deploy the technology that’s right for you.
[From the blog]
Active Directory (AD) is still the predominant identity and management platform for tens of thousands of organizations worldwide. Larger organizations with hundreds to even thousands
Are you tired of seeing the Windows Admin Center (WAC) prompt from Microsoft Windows Server Manager (as shown in Figure 1) and not knowing what
Passwords have long been the de facto authentication mechanism for identities. Length and complexity plagued us as we struggled to produce an acceptable password that
Microsoft is disabling Basic authentication in an effort to improve data security in Exchange Online. Starting October 1, 2022, Microsoft will begin turning off Exchange