Microsoft Office 365 is a powerful, feature rich platform that delivers substantial productivity gains and cost savings. Organisations rushing to adopt Office 365 risk creating holes in their wider security architecture. See where you could be exposed, and what to do to get protected.
If you’ve migrated to, or are considering migrating to Office 365, read this article to learn:
The security and compliance risks you could face in the cloud
Data breaches and how they impact you
How you can deliver end-to-end threat protection in Office 365
When software is deployed continuously, composition analysis for quality, compliance, and security within code needs to be managed strategically. Ensuring that the benefits of open source are not outweighed by risks, software developers and corporate counsel must align around tools and practices to help manage their open source code responsibly to drive business value. Building and Maintaining a Successful Open Source Management Strategy discusses:
Software challenges including compliance, security and code quality
Best practices for managing open source software
Key goals of a successful open source management strategy
Essential steps for achieving your open source goals
Developers choose to use open source code to accelerate development, but manual open source management counters the time-saving advantages that drew them to open source in the first place.
The medtech industry is in the midst of unprecedented transformation in terms of treatments, technologies, and patient experience. As a trusted advisor, power supply providers collaborate with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) as partners, with the provider offering new product capabilities developed in response to OEM and end-user needs. By forming partnerships with trusted suppliers, we can overcome the barriers to future device development while responding to industry and patient needs.
Nestlé leverages Kollective to give over 180,000 of their employees a voice, enabling internal communications and collaboration with no impact on the network.
Founded in in 1866, Nestlé is the world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness company. With headquarters in Switzerland, Nestlé has offices, factories and research and development centers worldwide.
Prior to 2011, Nestlé distributed educational video content directly to employees via streaming servers in its data centers. The limitations of this approach meant reaching remote employees in difficult locations was almost impossible.
Various work-around solutions were tried such as posting DVDs to each location and asking employees to gather in rooms to watch content together on a big screen, but they were not satisfactory and reaching every employee was never truly achieved.
“One of Kollective’s strengths is their team spirit and quality of support at all levels. They are very responsive. We are not concerned customers, but part of a big team.” – Geneviève Reymond,Senior Specialist (Collaboration & Mobility) Digital Service Unit Nestlé
With the amount of data that’s moving to the cloud, you’re going to need a trusted security solution to help protect this data. McAfee MVISION Cloud is that solution. It protects data where it lives today, with a solution that was built natively in the cloud, for the cloud.
Moving from legacy applications to the cloud with McAfee has helped many originations like yours protect valuable data and avoid misconfigurations. We solve unique problems in the marketplace that everybody wanted to solve but didn’t know how to.
The demands on enterprises to improve time to market is driving firms of all sizes to move their databases to the cloud. Even companies used to rolling their own technology solutions are drawn to cloud databases. While DBaaS cloud offerings are gaining more traction as a solution for changing workloads and environments, that need to evolve and meet new business demands comes with its own set of caveats and issues.
Before moving to the cloud, it is important to carefully define your database needs, plan for the migration and understand what putting a solution into production entails.
This article discusses the following subjects on moving to the cloud:
What is “the cloud” exactly, and why are businesses moving to it?
Should you move your business environment to the cloud?
What questions should you ask a potential DBaaS provider?
What are the things you need to plan for and be aware of to ensure a smooth transition?
Monash University, Australia’s largest higher education institution, serves 80,000 students, staff and faculty across four continents, annually ranking among the top universities in the world. It has a clear mission: to inspire and equip its students to be agents of change while setting an example for others. Monash University aspires to be cutting-edge for educational and administrative digital services. In 2015 it adopted a multi-year, cloud-first strategy that eventually became cloud-only.
Using NetApp Cloud Volumes ONTAP’s enterprise-class data management solution, Monash was able to achieve their cloud-only goals through:
Easy migration of data to the cloud, decommissioning their last on-site data center in four months only.
Enhanced data management and protection on AWS, while reducing storage footprints (and costs) by 25%.
Cost-effective scaling to address elastic demand.
Automated storage tiering to support long-term data retention and pooling data for analytics.
Cyber security leaders know it’s tough to recruit and retain top talent. But exclusive new research reveals the true scale of the challenge. 45% of CISOs surveyed feel their teams can’t keep up with technological change, while 46% are too busy to learn about the latest cyber threats.
Based on responses from over 3,000 security professionals, High Alert Chapter 2 analyses today’s skills crisis and recommends ways to overcome it, by:
Looking beyond traditional candidate profiles
Re-energising your cyber security training and education programs
Lightening the load on your existing resources by adopting an integrated security platform.
McAfee has found a 63% increase in threats in a 2-year period in Office 365. The array of threats to your Office 365 has been on the minds of many organizations. With more sensitive data continuously going to the cloud, keeping your environment safe should be a vital topic in your boardroom discussions. As the use of Office 365 increases, there are new questions about the security and compliance of your data. Microsoft has security for the Office 365 platform, but your company is still responsible for user actions that could expose data or create compliance violations.
McAfee is here to help you control access to Office 365 in multiple scenarios including:
Read on this article to find out how McAfee answers questions arising about the security and compliance of corporate data. Learn about the seven most common Office 365 security and compliance use cases for a cloud access security broker (CASB) and how McAfee customers address them.
Additionally, you will learn about:
Recommended CASB capabilities
Available CASB deployment architectures
How the customer maturity model guides CASB deployment to maximize ROI
The return on investment (ROI) of your network infrastructure is based on its performance and effectiveness. A compelling ROI analysis is the difference between a successfully funded IT project, and one that gets canceled. This is especially true for relatively new technologies that are not well understood by IT management. The ROI of your network infrastructure is based on two pillars:
performance and effectiveness. Network packet brokers (NPBs)
offer direct benefits to network operations and security in both areas.
Network packet brokers (NPBs) offer direct benefits in both areas. For example, NPBs like our new Vision X help extend the life of your monitoring and security tools. The future-ready Vision X platform allows you to scale as your network grows, which reduces the need for maintenance windows to upgrade hardware and maximises your network uptime. Read on this article to learn more about how Vision X and other NPBs can increase your cost-savings and improve your network infrastructure ROI.
By reading this article, you will learn five different ways you can use network packet brokers (NPBs) to improve your network architecture ROI:
Detect breaches faster
Reduce the processing burden on your existing tools