So what’s better in the case of Microsoft O365 vs. on-premise? There are benefits to each depending on your business and what you’re looking for, but it’s a decision that requires some heavy consideration and a lot of research.
Are you tired of hearing about ransomware? We are too, but unfortunately, ransomware is still a thing. Anyone can be affected by a ransomware attack. There is no industry discrimination. It does not matter what size your company is, or what role you’re in. I’m sure you have seen or read about the recent ransomware attack in the Capital Region. Events like this are happening every day, both globally and right in our very own backyard.
What many people incorrectly assume is that Microsoft is providing long-term backup of their data. If you’re using O365 or considering migrating to it, how do you know what Microsoft is actually doing with your data? And, how do organizations ensure their data is ultimately protected?
Microsoft has announced the discovery of a vulnerability that is present on Windows XP, Server 2003, and Server 2008 systems. Due to the seriousness of the vulnerability, Microsoft has released a patch for those operating systems, despite their currently unsupported status. This patch also impacts Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2, which are still under the support of Microsoft.
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