Datto shines the spotlight on data safety for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) in this piece outlining the importance on dependable backups and a purpose-built cloud.
2degrees is once again Fighting for Fair for Kiwi Business, this time working with Microsoft and Umbrellar to deliver a streamlined ride to the cloud, with the launch of its new Cloud Navigator service.
While Microsoft assures service availability to Microsoft Teams' 270 million monthly active users, that guarantee doesn't stretch to the data within. It's up to your organisation to implement an integrated solution that provides your Teams users with data backup plus advanced threat protection. Datto shares how they can help you do that.
Enghouse Interactive, Microsoft and Umbrellar have partnered to harness the power of Azure, establishing an Australian and New Zealand node to make shifting your customer service operations to the cloud easier.
Mobile Mentor rounds out their Zero Trust series with a summary of "Six pillars of Modern Endpoint Management" and a link to download the full whitepaper. It highlights why we can't continue with legacy IT operations and how disrupting the status quo will have your IT team thanking you.
Zero Trust can be implemented with E3 but it can only be scaled effectively, with a high degree of automation, using E5. Mobile Mentor outlines the main security enhancements to a Zero Trust architecture, at scale, using Microsoft 365 E5 licenses.
Legacy security based on a network perimeter, or a castle and moat approach, is no longer fit for purpose. Mobile Mentor outlines how a zero trust architecture can be deployed using Microsoft 365 E3 licences in this second article in the Zero Trust series.
The question "How can I protect my clients' data?" is now key for MSPs - and one that's become increasingly complicated to answer. Datto takes us through the challenges and how Datto Unified Continuity offers a cohesive solution.
The last two years have profoundly changed how we live our lives, with the PC playing a more meaningful role than ever. New behaviours that were born out of necessity have evolved into habits as people and organisations reevaluate priorities through a new lens.
Mobile Mentor is a global leader in the endpoint ecosystem and Microsoft’s 2021 Partner of the Year. Certified by Microsoft, Apple and Google, their engineers live and breathe endpoint security and work tirelessly with clients to balance endpoint security with an empowering employee experience.
The Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards acknowledge outstanding successes and innovations by partners in over 100 countries and in a wide variety of categories, including partner competencies, cloud to edge technologies, entrepreneurial spirit and social impact.
Building a cloud practice with Microsoft Azure presents many possibilities for innovation, flexibility, and enhancements for workloads and processes. But managing cloud environments can be challenging. If you're a Managed Service Provider, you'll want to read this.
Microsoft's new commerce experience is not just offering more flexible subscription terms for customers - there are also competitive pricing deals for monthly and annual terms available until June 30, 2022.
Microsoft's roll-out of its new commerce experience for Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, Power Platform and Windows 365 has begun. We unpack what this means, both for Cloud Service Providers and the customers they serve.
The Gore District Council (GDC) is a local authority in Southland, New Zealand with a population of just over 12,000. The district’s economy is led by the primary sector while the community prides itself on its public gardens, recreational areas and street plantings, as well as its culture and history.
In our Work From Home pandemic world, NTT's Patric Balmer explains what Kiwi businesses should be doing to protect themselves against mailbox attacks.
Microsoft’s Digital Defence Report for 2021 is a sobering read. Over its 134 pages, it catalogues the sophisticated playbook of a global network of cybercriminals.
Malware and ransomware infection rates are increasing, this year alone, malware increased by 358% overall, and ransomware increased by 435% as compared to 2019.
When the world’s nations come together in Glasgow next month for the COP26 conference, there will no doubt be fierce debate as climate diplomats, including our own climate change minister James Shaw, over attempts to renew emissions reduction targets.
Public cloud adoption is rapidly increasing for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs): A forecast from Gartner, Inc. anticipates worldwide spending by end users on public cloud services to grow 23.1% in 2021.
With APEC member countries representing 2.8 billion citizens and accounting for nearly 75% of New Zealand exports, the multilateral institution is an important club for us to belong to.
Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are gravitating to Microsoft Azure in ever-greater numbers. Azure offers high degrees of scalability, coding flexibility, ease of access to Microsoft’s vast app ecosystem, sophisticated automation, and AI readiness, giving it numerous advantages in the cloud infrastructure space.
Cybersecurity specialist Fortinet has pledged to train one million people in five years in a bid to help meet a global cybersecurity skills gap.
When it came to the digital transformation required for society and the economy to function through the Covid-19 pandemic, we went ‘hard and early’ in our part of the world, to borrow the Prime Minister’s phrase.
As small and medium businesses (SMBs) move to remote work environments, their tools for collaboration, such as Microsoft 365, OneDrive, Teams, and Zoom, create openings in their networks for increased cyber threats. This switch has Cybercriminals seeing SMBs as valid targets that are much easier to infiltrate than larger organisations.
There is no question that the cybersecurity landscape is shifting rapidly and, in turn, cyber criminals are becoming more sophisticated. Incidents such as the recent breach at Waikato DHB point to the evidence of real-world consequences for organisations with dated vulnerabilities in their security infrastructure.