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  • Ransomware: To Pay or Not To Pay?

    Ransomware is a serious threat to businesses. The attacks are becoming commoditized and targeting small to medium organizations that struggle to protect themselves. Learn More.

  • Experts Share Key Questions to Ask When Evaluating Managed Security Services

    Learn the questions to ask to determine if managed security services can deliver the technology, expertise, and intelligence previously only available to the largest and most well-defended organizations.

  • 2019 Cloud Data Management Report

    Over 1,500 business and IT leaders shared their approach to data management and its role in business transformation in the 2019 Veeam® Cloud Data Management report. Findings in this report show that organizations need to assess practices that are creating critical issues.

  • BlueVoyant Managed Security Services

    Learn how BlueVoyant’s elite security professionals provide the intelligence needed to take industry-leading tools and make them robust, relevant and right-sized for your organization.

  • Emotet Malware Case Study – Municipal Government

    A municipality came under an attack that gave the cyber attacker access to over 1,400 end points. Learn how BlueVoyant identified and remediated the attack.

  • TrickBot and Gozi Malware Case Study – Online Payment Card Processing

    A company contacted BlueVoyant to assist with a chargeback fraud incident. This case study details how BlueVoyant ‘s experts responded, identified the malware, and remediated the attack.

  • Top reasons why Office 365 migrations often fail

    Migrating to Microsoft Office 365 can be complicated. Even with careful planning, deploying Office 365 and delivering a fast user and application experience can be a challenge. In this document, we’ll tackle the reasons for common migration problems and, to help you get on the road to success, we’ll offer tips for avoiding or overcoming these challenges.

  • The survivor’s guide to building an Office 365 network

    Office 365 can be one of the most demanding SaaS applications your network has ever seen. Whether you're just starting to implement Office 365, or your installation hasn’t been going as planned, there are a few key network concepts that can make all the difference in your deployment success.

  • Get an Office 365 Experience Your Users Will Love

    To measure the success of your Office 365 deployment, there’s really only one metric that matters: user satisfaction. With multiple apps and services, including latency-sensitive applications like Skype, it’s critical to optimize your network for the fastest Office 365 experience.

  • The Best Route for Office 365 Migration

    Read this paper to find out what you need to do to plan, execute and secure the Office 365 migration for your current on-premises applications and data.

  • Minimize Active Directory Dependency as You Move to the Cloud

    Microsoft's Active Directory (AD) has been a cornerstone for authentication in enterprise-grade systems for years—responsible for features such as SSO and storing sensitive login data. As organizations shift from legacy on-prem infrastructure to SaaS apps, they find AD hinders the speed, efficiency and results of their modernization initiatives.

  • The Eight Principles of Modern Infrastructure Access

    Infrastructure resources are some of the most sensitive and valuable assets across your network. Whether in the cloud or on-prem, controlling access to servers and databases is a top priority for IT and Security departments. While traditional methods are laser-focused on “protecting the keys”, admin credential breaches continue to slam organizations. Something has to change. It’s time for organizations of all sizes to have a better identity-led architecture—one that lets you design a highly secure, automated environment that can scale.

  • Closing the Security Gaps in Cloud Infrastructure Management

    A recent IDG survey unveiled a clear message on IT and security leaders’ challenges and strategies for managing server access: Cloud is changing where and how IT infrastructure is accessed and the traditional security methods aren’t keeping pace.

  • Cloud Identity Essentials - How Companies Benefit from Identity and Access Management (IAM)

    As enterprises rapidly transition to a hybrid IT environment, controlling access to applications in your enterprise is increasingly important—and complex. To confront the challenges of modern IT, it’s important to offer users a centralized identity for websites, systems, and cloud applications.

  • State of Ransomware and Its Drastic Impact on Business

    Read this paper to learn about new security survey results and what you can do to be prepared for the worst, including proactively backing up your data and updating software.