Top 10 Devices You Need to Secure in 2020 As IoT devices become increasingly more intertwined in our modern lives, we must come to terms with the fact that each device represents a potential risk for stolen or compromised data. Cybercriminals are constantly looking for new targets to exploit, and unprotected IoT devices are an especially vulnerable way for hackers to tap into our personal and business accounts and cause major damage. It's critical for organizations to minimize potential security breaches by leveraging enterprise-grade network security and protecting employee-owned devices through secure BYOD programs. In this article, you'll learn about the top 10 devices that hackers can potentially use to compromise your business. You'll also get insights into how these devices can be shielded against prying eyes.
Learn How to Modernize Your Apps and Data on Azure Cloud journey - four stages. Break down the cloud journey with four stages of the process—starting with a pre-migration assessment and then looking at migration, post-migration, and optimization. Microsoft Azure has you covered with tools created specifically for you.
The 3 phases of an effective IoT strategy Insightful infographic to get a better idea of the tools and actions you should be executed during each of the three stages of IoT implementation to overcome challenges and maximize effectiveness.
Gartner Forecasts Worldwide Public Cloud Revenue to Grow 17% in 2020 Gartner predicts worldwide public cloud services is forecast to grow 17% in 2020.
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City of Houston: Enabling a mobile workforce Learn how the City of Houston, Texas is using digital transformation to actively prepare for an increase of three million people during the next twelve to fifteen years. You'll also learn how the city is using Microsoft technology to provide its 22,000 employees with mobile solutions they can use to communicate effectively in both the field and the office.
Things to Avoid While Using a Team Messenger Team messenger apps are a great addition to the workplace, especially in today's environment where working from home and flexible work schedules are the norm. However, it's easy to forget that just like unbulleted emails and leaving used Tupperware in the company fridge, there are some behaviors that are frowned upon when using office communication tools. In this article, you'll review 5 basic rules that professionals must be mindful of when using a team messenger application in the office or remotely. Always keep them in mind to avoid awkward situations and the office blacklist. Learn more
Secure Apps and Data - Ponemon: The Need for a New IT Security Architecture: Global Study These days, it seems like the security risks just keep on coming and coming. From all directions. And if you’re an IT or security professional, you’ve probably been wondering just what you can do to improve your odds of keeping all those threats out of your infrastructure while also maintaining compliance.
Coretek Attains Azure Expert MSP Certification The Coretek team is excited to announce their new Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Service Provider (MSP) Certification. Coretek is one of only a small group of US partners to achieve this recognition of excellence.
Human AI is Here AI is certainly exciting. But is it worth the investment required? To find out, Forbes surveyed 305 executives across multiple countries and industries. The results for companies embracing AI compared to those lagging behind present a clear picture of the importance of AI in growing companies. At Coretek Services, we believe AI is the clear choice for companies ready to take the next step in their development. Check out the findings of this survey and learn how you can grow your company using AI. View: Human AI is here
Connecting Microsoft Forms, Microsoft Flow and Azure Runbooks together to deploy Azure ARM Templates My college courses did not revolve around learning programming languages. I studied routing, switching and infrastructure. It has been awhile since my college days and we must adapt. With the introduction of Infrastructure as Code, I have evolved and enjoy the process of build, test, repeat and eventually release. However, not all share my enthusiasm with deciphering lines of code. As such, we can make their lives a little easier by creating front ends to our Infrastructure as Code deployments. Let’s begin... Getting Started There is an assumption here that you have created and deployed ARM templates from PowerShell using a template and passing in a parameters file. Before we get to the Form and Flow, we need to know what parameters are needed within our template. For the case of simplicity, we will deploy a new Storage Account to an Azure Subsciption. Our ARM template looks like this. Note the three required parameters include “Deployment***” in the name. We will touch on that later.…
Move and Modernize your Microsoft workloads with Azure Don't let the cost of moving, planning for migration, support and cloud transformation overwhelm you! We're here to help. Here's a quick overview on the process of modernizing your workload with Azure. Contact us to learn more. View: Move and Modernize your Microsoft workloads with Azure