Microsoft has officially launched a range of industry-specific cloud solutions, providing innovative and powerful platforms for use by members of many different sectors, including financial services and nonprofits.
A lot of people believe that our success is dependent on the people we work with. While that sounds like a sweeping generalization, it does hold some truth to it.
Microsoft 365 is Microsoft’s cloud-based productivity suite. It’s a marriage between the Office 365 tools we know (like Word, Excel, and Powerpoint) coupled with Microsoft Enterprise Tools.
If you use Microsoft Teams in your business on a regular basis, it is safe to say that your team is already familiar with the basics of the app.
You hear about data breaches and identity theft every single day. Don’t make the mistake of assuming it’s all being exaggerated to get your attention.
Unsure what the difference is between Dynamics NAV and Dynamics CRM? Check out this guide to make sure you’re considering the right Microsoft business application for your organization.
Worried your end users won’t fully engage with the new Serenic software solution you plan to use? Follow these best practices to ensure they get the most out of it.
The Department of Defense (DoD) has issued their much-anticipated interim rule, which has put all contractors on the clock — by November 30, 2020, you will need to comply with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Assessment methodology.
Are you lost in the cloud? The cloud is one of the biggest technological industries worldwide — public cloud adoption is at 91% and private cloud adoption is at 72% as of 2019.
Cybersecurity isn’t something you can take care of just by buying a firewall — comprehensive protection of your business in Washington DC and its assets are achieved when you develop a cyber security culture from the ground up.
PCI is an information security standard for businesses that accept or handle card payments. It aims at safeguarding the integrity and privacy of cardholder information during processing, storage, and transmission.
CMMC is the DOD’s way of certifying its contractors’ abilities to protect the Federal Contract Information (FCI) and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) shared within the supply chain.