The four pillars of Microsoft 365 enterprise security

In a cloud-first business environment, balancing productivity and security when choosing workplace applications has become a challenge for many organizations. In this infographic, you'll learn how Microsoft 365's four pillars of Enterprise Security avoid this problem by providing businesses with a unified, secure, and productive suite of modern workplace applications.

Avoid security breaches: How to protect your data

Updating your security measures can be tricky, especially if you don't know where to start. Luckily, with security solutions from Microsoft, safeguarding your customers' data is easier than you think. Curious about how you can take your clients' security measures to the next level? We're happy to help. Check out this article and contact our team to learn more.

Northrop & Johnson boosts sales and marketing efforts with Dynamics 365

Are you looking to strengthen customer relationships and seamlessly move customers through the digital buying journey? Watch how one company achieved success with MSDyn365 Sales Pro.

It’s 2020. Do You Know Where Your Digital Future Is?

We already rely on the cloud to help our personal lives run more smoothly, so why do some hesitate to allow it to help our work lives run more efficiently? In 2020 and beyond, digital transformation takes us to the cloud for play—and work. Read Tyler Bowman's article, "It's 2020. Do You Know Where Your Digital Future Is?" for an insightful perspective on a few of the lingering concerns of corporate world cloud buy-in—and how to navigate them.

A modern focus on enterprise protection

Increased risk always goes hand in hand with amplified connectivity. Thus, when moving to the cloud, businesses' must ensure the security and complete oversight of their sensitive data. Read this infographic to learn how you can protect and safeguard your organization's critical information with Microsoft365.

SQL Server and Azure SQL Database GDPR Guidance Paper

Members of the European Union and European Economic Area pay close attention to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which regulates data protection and privacy. Microsoft created this informational guidance paper to support understanding of the regulations—and to offer helpful links if you need more specific information. Check it out!