The migration to the cloud is happening at a tremendous pace. Putting an adoption framework in place becomes a critical need for business in order to be successful. However, this is not a simple task and requires a team effort, risk mitigation, and governance policies.
Join us for this webinar to hear the latest from the Microsoft D365 support team. You'll learn about security: the best patterns for use and how to overcome current customer issues/questions/gotchas.
Looking at ways to improve cloud security remains a top priority for businesses. IBM Security recently announced a plan to use Amazon Web Services (AWS) to enhance cloud infrastructure security for hybrid environments.
This link to the Microsoft Community site will show you how to configure your systems to protect your Microsoft 365 cloud environment from on-premises compromise. The author, Alex Weinert of Microsoft, primarily focuses on Azure AD tenant configuration settings, the ways Azure AD tenants can be safely connected to on-premises systems, and the tradeoffs required to operate your systems in ways that protect your cloud systems from on-premises compromise.
Distributed cloud, AI engineering, cybersecurity mesh and composable business drive some of the top trends for 2021
Many businesses are transitioning to the cloud due to its wide range of benefits. Cloud migration makes it possible for your employees to work outside of the office, which is especially important in today's work environment.
Covid-19 has accelerated digital transformation for 88% of global organizations. Trend Micro research reveals the increase in cloud adoption may leave business data insecure.
Looking at ways to improve email workflow for employee training was a top priority for the City of White Rock. This small to mid-size organization needed to find a way to automate and simplify daily business processes.
So your organization has decided to take the plunge and invest in a cloud service provider (CSP): Microsoft Azure. Maybe this is voluntary or alternatively through mergers and acquisitions, but the fact remains the same: Azure is likely an extension to your organizations’ on-premises enterprise network. Whether your organization is configured for a hybrid (cloud/on-premises) or completely cloud-native architecture, there are extensive security considerations. Azure is a fast-moving train; the technologies, services and integrations are constantly changing. Cloud service adoption rates are increasing, and an understanding of the Azure services, architecture, and security is critical. We’ll discuss many of the core security features and considerations that are fundamental tenets of a secure Azure environment. Additionally, we will touch on a business continuity strategy in the event federation fails or on-premises service is no longer available. It is an ambitious topic, but one that will help you better approach and prioritize your Azure hardening initiatives.
Role-based security and the concept of "Teams" are two of the powerful building blocks provided by D365 CE for a successful security design. Proper utilization of security roles requires an understanding of privileges, access levels, and how to properly setup your system organization hierarchy to serve as the dependable foundation. In this presentation, we will discuss how to modify out-of-box roles to create custom security roles tailored for your organization and how to utilize "Teams" for improved flexibility within your security hierarchy.The content of this session is geared toward an audience with beginner-level knowledge of the subject area.
How do you improve GP security without the pain of starting from scratch? Use our practical tips for Dynamics GP! In this fast-paced session, we'll hit 50 tips designed to make GP more secure. These tips are practical and ready to be applied as soon as you get back. This session is geared for an audience with a basic skill set. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event.
How do you know who has access to what? What are the best practices for managing your BC/NAV security? We'll discuss how to create a good process to make sure employees can do what they need to and not what they aren't supposed to. This session will cover the steps required to set up a new user in BC/NAV. We'll also review the processes to assign permissions, manage user groups, set up warehouse security and how to create customized permission sets including a demonstration of the permissions recorder. Bring your questions, real life stories, and be prepared to share how you manage BC/NAV security in your company. This session will combine How-To presentations with interactive discussions to share best practices and fresh ideas. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event. Level: Basic