How Machine Learning Can Advance Cybersecurity Landscape

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How Machine Learning Can Advance Cybersecurity Landscape

Businesses today are gathering huge amounts of data. Data is at the heart of just about any business-critical system you can think of. This also includes infrastructure systems. Today’s high-tech infrastructure, including network and cybersecurity systems are gathering tremendous amounts of data and analytics on most key aspects of mission-critical systems. While human beings still provide the key operational oversight and intelligent insights into today’s infrastructure, machine learning and artificial intelligence are gaining huge momentum in most areas of today’s systems, whether positioned on-premise or in the cloud.

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Office 365 Migration Guide

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PART II

In the first part of the Office 365 Migration Guide Migrating from On Premise to Microsoft Office 365, we looked at the features and services that often attract organizations to choose Office 365 as a migration target for public cloud. Microsoft has certainly architected a powerful and fully featured solution for organizations in the Office 365 offering. Office 365 builds on top of the very familiar Office suite of products that most enterprise environments have been using for years. This trusted and well-known platform provides one of the key reasons that many organizations choose Office 365 for public cloud – familiarity.

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Cloud Migration Guide: Migrating from Office 365 to G Suite

There can be many reasons that organizations today who are invested in Google’s G Suite environment choose to migrate to Microsoft’s Office 365 SaaS environment.

A lot of ground has been covered in the cloud migration series. Migrating to the public cloud and between public clouds is certainly not a trivial matter. Proper planning and consideration for business-critical data and services along the way is essential to ensure a smooth transition between environments. In the last part of the series, the migration from Google’s G Suite environment to Microsoft Office 365 was covered. There can be many reasons that organizations today who are invested in Google’s G Suite environment choose to migrate to Microsoft’s Office 365 SaaS environment.

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Google Vault Archiving vs Spinbackup’s DLP

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Google’s G Suite software as a service offering provides organizations with tremendous functionality. Organizations today utilizing Google G Suite are taking advantage of cloud email, calendaring, file storage, and many other features provided by Google G Suite. With the tremendous advantages that moving to the cloud provides, there are also additional manageability issues that come with organizations moving to the cloud. Organizations may find it more difficult to keep a handle on data that exists in the cloud. This can be especially challenging when it comes to archiving data and any requests for that data that may come due to a legal issue that is presented.

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Migrating from G Suite to Office 365. Cloud Migration Guide

 organizations may choose one public server provider over another when comparing Google G Suite and Microsoft Office 365

In the last two posts on cloud migration, we have talked at some length about migrations from on-premise environments to public cloud environments. First, we discussed the scenario of migrating from on-premise to the Google G Suite public cloud, why organizations choose G Suite, and some of the challenges that are encountered with this move. Next, we looked at the similar scenario involving migrating from on-premise environments to Microsoft Office 365. As shown, both migrations will offer challenges to organizations who are familiar with managing and configuring traditional infrastructure.

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Google Security Center vs Spinbackup with Cost Analysis

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Today, businesses must be smart and proactive, not reactive about security. However, staying ahead of the security curve that exists today is extremely difficult. New vulnerabilities, exploits, and zero-day attacks are found in news headlines almost every single day. Sensitive data is stolen and personal information is often exposed. No organization wants to make headlines in this way. CEOs and management teams today must have cybersecurity at the top of the list, no matter what the initiative or project

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Cloud Ransomware Protection for Top Cloud Storage Solutions

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Ransomware has arguably been the most commonly talked about topic in the security world regarding risks to organizations and their data. In the past few years, ransomware has made a name for itself with its destructive nature and high-profile headlines, with large numbers of organizations being affected in large scale ransomware infections, such as Petya and now Bad Rabbit and others.

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Data Breach in the Cloud: How to Prevent, Avoid and Reduce

How to Reduce, Prevent and Avoid Data Breaches in the Cloud
Today, organizations are placing more data as well as infrastructure in the public cloud. Public cloud has made it possible for organizations to be much more efficient, agile, and to integrate new technologies much more quickly. However, with all the benefits that public cloud brings to the table in regard to features and functionality, there are concerns when we think about the security of public cloud data and the accessibility of public cloud data when it exists in someone else’s data center.

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G Suite Security Best Practices for High Risk Apps Control

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One of the powerful features of public cloud environments such as Google G Suite is the ability to take advantage of the huge ecosystem of third-party apps available. The third-party apps found in the G Suite marketplace offer a wide range of quality, enterprise focused apps that add functionality and features to the native G Suite environment. These can include many useful applications to organizations such as CRM apps, Project management apps, and Admin tools. These are easily accessed from the G Suite environment with a Google account. While third-party apps offer tremendous business value to a G Suite organization, they also present an inherent danger to the overall security stance of a G Suite environment.

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