A good IT Plan not only helps an organization reach its business goals, but it also helps prevent issues. Read through 6 Considerations for Your 2019 IT Plan to help you get started.
This post is a roundup of our security guides, checklists, and blogs that will help you assess your own company’s defenses and educate your entire organization on the important role they play in keeping your company safe and secure.
From manufacturing to accounting, companies are no longer asking if they should move to the cloud. They are asking when they should move—and how to get there. As a top Azure partner, iV4 facilitates Microsoft-funded engagements, including proof of concepts and pilots, for qualified organizations looking to utilize Azure.
Take a look at the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding cybersecurity.
It's no secret that the future of IT is cloud-based subscription services and Microsoft has announced some serious changes coming in 2020. Beginning October 13, 2020, in order to connect to Office 365 you will need to be on Office 365 ProPlus or have upgraded to Office 2019.
Most organizations that choose to move to the cloud do so because they have decided they need it for business agility and want the cost savings that come with it. Cloud services like Office 365 and Azure create a collaborative and dynamic environment that fuels business growth.
To help in your decision on whether the cloud is right for your business, here are 5 myths and misconceptions about moving to Office 365 demystified.
Running the latest versions of your servers’ operating systems is a vital role in maintaining your security posture. Windows Server 2008 R2 extended support ends on January 14, 2020. While this date might seem far away, when you consider the planning and time it takes to upgrade your infrastructure, the reality is that you need to begin the process now.
Whether you're taking a personal or business trip, keep in mind that information contained in your out-of-office email could be used against you in a malicious matter.
Take a look at three things you can do to help secure your Office 365 tenancy that won't cost you a penny.