How to make work-from-home and cloud architecture more productive and secure.
Having made the shift to support the massive migration to work from home, organizations are now dealing with the reality of supporting and securing a new enterprise architecture.
There is no shortage of new challenges. Organizations have to grapple with support, security and, increasingly, demand for a better user experience. The pressure is on because problems with user experience lead to workarounds and behaviours that defeat security mechanisms.
Few of us have time or the option to learn through trial and error. Key elements like Microsoft Azure and Active Directory (AD), or application suites like Microsoft 365 (formally known as Office 365), require new approaches. But there are tricks to make new remote and cloud architecture secure, stable, and productive. Why not benefit from the experiences of others who have done this successfully?
On Tuesday, September 15, ITWC CIO Jim Love, Itergy CEO Ralph Loewen and Curtis Johnstone, Distinguished Engineer/Microsoft MVP at Quest will get together for "People, Not Perimeters," a webinar focused on the key components of enabling and empowering staff in the new normal, and how IT can make AD work for a remote workforce.