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Putting your data in the Microsoft cloud makes sense. Cloud systems are always kept up-to-date. And your data can be automatically backed up. That’s great!

But there are some new problems that raise concerns:

  • Is your data properly encrypted online?
  • Are your people logging on securely to the cloud (using strong authentication?)
  • How many administrators have you defined?
  • Are connections to remaining legacy systems (like local Active Directory) in order?

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After a thorough assessment, we can give you a roadmap with all the necessary actions to finish a secure deployment. And of course, we can make sure the necessary changes are handled properly.

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