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How Azure Protects Your Business

How Azure Protects Your Business

Business relies on IT systems and data for daily operation and even survival. Increasing threats from bad actors, physical infrastructure failure, data corruption, and human error persist in both the traditional datacenter and the cloud.

Businesses strive to keep systems running, and plan for restoring services as quickly as possible when things inevitably fail.

Why risk your business when you don’t need to?

Why risk your business when you don’t need to?

Stay ahead of cybercrime with our FREE Cybersecurity Health Check assessment. This assessment covers more than 20 security points in four key cybersecurity categories. The purpose of this self-assessment is to help you pinpoint your cybersecurity strengths and weaknesses, and to provide you with a complete Cybersecurity Health Check report containing useful tips and recommendations.

Managing Azure Spend

Managing Azure Spend

Azure is an exciting opportunity for businesses of all sizes to move resource hosting out of the datacenter and into the cloud. Hosting in Azure removes the need for businesses to purchase, host, and maintain physical resources. Comparing physical systems to Azure pricing in a Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) context helps evaluate the cost benefit of hosting in Azure.

LNK sLoads Ramnit Trojans

LNK sLoads Ramnit Trojans

Executive summary

Microsoft security researchers discovered a campaign taking advantage of shortcut (LNK) files to load malware onto systems. The campaign used the shortcut files to call PowerShell commands in the sLoad malware framework. The commands then downloaded and installed the Ramnit banking trojan, which stole credentials, contacts, and other sensitive information.

4 steps to secure your business this holiday season

4 steps to secure your business this holiday season

Is Your Business Ready For More Clients–and More Risk?

While the holiday season provides a boon to many small businesses, all that hustle and bustle can also give criminals an opportunity to prey on shoppers and business owners.

But there are simple steps you can take to protect your business, not just during the holiday season but throughout the coming year.