There’s a lot of talk about cloud server solutions these days and you might be tempted to take the leap. But, before you make any kind of decision, you should have a clear idea of what you’re spending now and how it compares to the price of cloud solutions. The first thing you have to do is look beyond the initial costs of an in-house solution vs. the monthly cost of the cloud. The real picture of what’s cheaper goes far beyond the cost of a new in-house server or an annual subscription to cloud servers.
Securing systems, data, and end users is vital in today’s cloud-first mobile world. With information essentially becoming the currency of the digital age, enterprises need to put proactive measures in place to protect access to their data. If you’re hosting your business solutions on Azure, Microsoft has several security services that give you the visibility […]
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How long have you been running your applications from local servers? Some of you have been relying on the same hardware for more than 5 years and you’re well aware of the high costs related to managing your own equipment. Even if you’ve been satisfied with your current physical server, you won’t be able to keep it forever. Technology keeps evolving. You can’t trust the server you bought half a decade ago to host modern applications, even if it was high-end hardware when you purchased it. But there is good news!
For some years now, Microsoft has been insisting that Windows administrators use the principle of least privilege, user account control (UAC) and role-based access control (RBAC) whenever possible. With Windows Server 2016, Microsoft takes this vision one step further. It’s a brand new concept for Active Directory environments: Just Enough Administration (JEA).