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Karly Dwenger

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: Azure 201 – Best Practices to Maximize the Value of Azure

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Microsoft Azure is an ever-expanding set of cloud solutions. How do you keep up?

Don't miss this on-demand event to learn more!

Azure gives your organization the freedom to build, manage, and deploy applications on a massive, global network using your favorite tools and frameworks while protecting your data with world-class security. However, it can be hard to keep up with all the changes and understand what's all there. 

There are a lot of pieces that go into Azure - security, governance, assessments, management and more. Don't you wish you could have a better understanding of all these aspects of Azure to make the most out of your investment? 

In this exclusive on-demand webinar, Interlink dives into Azure, covers relevant changes and updates, & reveals how Azure services can expand your current solutions. 

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Mike Wilson

Nasuni | File Infrastructure Done Right

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Tired of upgrading NAS and file servers and migrating data every 3-5 years? With Nasuni you don’t have to.

File storage is not always simple and file servers are painful; organizations often have to overcome fundamental obstacles in object storage like latency, file retrieval, and organizational issues to make object storage usable for storing business files.

Nasuni® Cloud File Services™ is a software as a service (SaaS) platform that allows IT teams to gain a more scalable, affordable, manageable, and highly available file infrastructure that meets cloud-first objectives and eliminates tedious data migrations and forklift upgrades. Nasuni enables organizations to store, protect, and collaborate on files by offering a unique solution which combines a master “gold copy” record of files stored in Azure in combination with both physical and virtual filers which live at the customer’s remote sites. This together allows for cloud protection and unlimited storage to be combined with the LAN speed type access of a traditional file server. The best of both worlds.

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Todd Shafer

10 Steps to Ensure a Successful Azure Migration

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Learn the top reasons why an Azure Migration fails & how to avoid them, along with the steps to help ensure your migration goes smoothly.

Moving an organization’s computing needs to a cloud solution is exciting and often revolutionary for an organization. Azure is usually a game-changer for companies, especially those looking to add layers of security, improve productivity and flexibility. But, just like any other major organizational change, migrating to an Azure platform takes strategy. The business and technological benefits of a successful cloud transfer are huge – agility, cost, assurance, etc., but the damage of a failed move is huge as well - impaired scalability, loss of data, business interruption, etc.

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Mike Wilson

Securing Guest Access Without Paying More with Azure Active Directory B2B

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Working with external companies and partner organizations just became a lot easier thanks to one of Azure AD’s service features: Azure AD Business-to-Business (B2B).

Companies always looking for solutions to improve their security and simplify collaboration. In today’s workplace, it’s very common for organizations to work with external partners. Office 365 is a great solution to collaborate with people both inside and outside your organizations, as it provides an easy way to share documents with external users or invite them to join your Microsoft Teams. Unfortunately, when you share using the default methods, your external users aren’t subject to the same security policies, such as multifactor authentication, that you’ve set up for your internal users. 

What most organizations are looking for is a way to manage external access that is predictable and consistent with their security practices. A hidden gem that is part of Azure Active Directory and solves this problem is leveraging Azure Active Directory B2B users. Azure AD B2B is not a different version of Active Directory, but just an additional feature that allows one organization to invite members from other organizations to share application access. This tool is beneficial not only for seamless collaboration, but it decreases the worry of security issues.

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Eric Brophy

Multi-Factor Authentication and Why It’s Important

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Multi-Factor Authentication in Office 365 and the Enterprise Mobility + Security Suite

Microsoft reported in their breach investigation report that over 75% of network intrusions originated from exploited weak or stolen credentials. So, how can companies protect against threats from hackers who are trying to access their data? 

Microsoft’s Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) helps stop hackers through a process of authentication. It requires the use of more than one verification method and adds a second layer of security to user sign-ins and identity transactions. With MFA in place,hackers do not have access to the second-factordevice to login. The additional verification methods can include SMS text verification, mobile app approval or a phone call (with or without a pin). The end user experience can be improved by not promptinga second factor when they are on a trusted network or using a domain joined PC.

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Welcome to the Interlink Cloud Blog

All content provided on this blog is for informational purposes only. The owner of this blog makes no representations or warranties regarding the information from our partners or other external sources.