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Atmosera CISO Sean Ventura discusses a few lessons learned from the recent pandemic, how to plan to continue operations, and ways this has fundamentally changed how we do business.
WVD helps maintain data sovereignty, digital loss, and strong security – all without deploying hardware solutions, DMZs, or VPNs.
Align your cloud environment with business priorities to achieve organizational goals like increasing ROI and improving customer experience.
If you’re in Azure or planning to migrate to Azure, you may have recently read in the news that Microsoft Azure has seen a 775% rise in usage.
Now that most of the Atmosera team has been working remotely for a while, we're sharing some of our tips to stay productive and make the best of it.
Azure Solutions Architect Rachael Gomer shares tips for remote workforce enablement and a quick dive into Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD)
The DiD model provides a simpler way to approach security in your environment by taking the focus away from the technical elements and instead focusing on the basic design element of layers.
INTERFACE is the leading educational conference for IT professionals that focuses on the latest developments in this constantly changing information technology environment.
Does your business continuity plan encompass procedures for unplanned events? We are here to help you modernize your underlying infrastructure to improve your readiness for business continuity impacting events with tools like WVD.
This interactive tool is designed to evaluate your organization's current security controls and overall framework based on 10 areas of proficiency.
This blog covers five ways that organizations like yours benefit from migrating to the Azure cloud: improved reliability, disaster recovery, cutting-edge technology, scalability, and cost-efficiency.
This webinar is designed to demystify the process of developing a strong security framework by getting started with a Defense in Depth approach based on 10 basic proficiencies.
Atmosera wins Info Security Product Guide’s 2020 Company of the Year and Milestone of the Year awards for its managed security services and Azure expertise
The journey to the cloud can be complicated, expensive, and risky – especially if you’re doing it for the first time. Here are five ways that partnering with an MSP makes it a smooth process.
Cost, security, and disruption are all common concerns about the cloud migration process. This blog discusses how Azure solves those challenges.
This white paper reviews 12 Azure features to strengthen security, increase ROI, comply with regulations, and align with your business goals.
This blog takes a dive into four great automation tools for deploying and managing workloads in Microsoft’s Azure platform.
Atmosera has developed new security services as a direct result of feedback received from clients about their needs.
Whether you missed the opportunity to attend or want to review the key trends that emerged from the conference, Atmosera has you covered with our highlights from Microsoft Ignite 2019.
Atmosera works closely with PNDC and its members to inform and advise them on best practices in IT infrastructure, information security, and industry regulatory standards.
Migrating workloads to Microsoft Azure is just the beginning of your cloud journey. A well-managed Azure environment should continuously improve, while maximizing ROI and security.
Atmosera is featured on the list of Mirror Review's list of the 10 Most Scalable Cloud Solution Providers of 2019.
This white paper offers recommendations for optimizing your Azure environment from both a cost perspective and a security perspective.
This blog covers five reasons to partner with a Managed Security Services Provider for your information security needs.
How do you balance resource efficiency while meeting regulatory and security requirements? The answer: managed security services.
In this blog, we will look at the phases of a migration from colocation (colo) to Azure and look at strategies to optimize the project for efficiency.
Vulnerability Management is the process of scanning your environment to find out where weaknesses in security exist that would allow that environment to be compromised.
For more than 20 years, many organizations have relied on Windows server as the operating system of choice for their workloads – but Microsoft is ending extended support and security updates for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 on January 14, 2020, which is right around the corner.
Azure Expert MSP status is achieved by demonstrating a depth of knowledge and expertise across the organization, as well as industry-leading service capabilities and customer satisfaction.
GoldBrute is a botnet that conducts “credential stuffing” or brute force attacks on Windows machines with exposed RDP connections.
Windows Server end of support is an opportunity to modernize your application stack and increase consistency across infrastructure by moving it to the Microsoft cloud.
Ready to migrate to the cloud or optimize your existing cloud environment? Consider partnering with a Cloud Managed Service Provider (MSP) to achieve three major IT and business goals.
This eBook evaluates both the reasons behind and results of businesses’ increasing cloud investments in order to build an understanding of the business landscape in the cloud.
This white paper outlines strategies and key steps important to planning a successful Azure migration that results in a robust cloud deployment aligned to your business goals.
This blog provides a high-level explanation of a Defense in Depth strategy using a Castle Analogy to show how different security elements work together as critical components of a complete security solution.
As e-commerce expands rapidly and in-store checkout goes cardless, it's never been easier to get the products you need as quickly as possible. The flip side: cybercriminals have an ever-growing trove of personal and financial information within their reach.
We’re approaching the one-year anniversary of the ransomware attack that held critical City of Atlanta systems hostage, costing millions to fix. And although we don’t hear about high-profile ransomware attacks every day, they’re still a threat to government systems: in January, the city of Del Rio, Texas, suffered an attack that shut down city hall servers.
Tune in for a discussion on how to keep up with changes without slowing down the pace of innovation and agility in the cloud.
Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, today announced two new products focused on uncovering customers’ existing network vulnerabilities and actively monitoring their systems for potential threats.
The digital transformation of business workloads revolutionizes both internal business operations and the customer experience. Connectivity, scalability, efficiency, agility—these resounding value props echo in leadership meetings and entice organizations to undertake the migration of workloads to cloud environments.
Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, has been named to CRN's 2019 Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list for the third consecutive year. The magazine placed Atmosera within its Security 100 subset.
Having a data resiliency strategy is essential for maintaining business continuity. A good data resiliency strategy includes two factors: backup and disaster recovery solutions. Backups provide recovery points for data or systems that are lost in some capacity. Disaster recovery provides a process by which portion of an environment, or an entire environment that is unavailable can be brought online in another datacenter with minimal data loss and downtime.
Scott Harvey, Atmosera’s VP of Engineering joined Roger Strukhoff, Conference Chair for CloudExpo, to discuss the public cloud ecosystem and the cloud’s evolution, challenges, and best practices, as well as the integral role CSPs play in supporting businesses that host operations in the cloud. The transcribed interview is available below, and the video is available here.
When you think of bank security, the vault is probably the first thing that comes to mind. All of your wealth locked behind a foot of steel and concrete. For decades, that was enough to protect a bank’s most valuable assets. Today, we’re managing a second vault: one filled with customer data, locked behind layers of encryption. The trouble is that today’s bank robbers aren’t working with dynamite, like in the westerns; they’re behind powerful computers.
Smartphone applications allow users to complete tasks in seconds that once required a visit to the bank, such as transfers and depositing paychecks. The cloud facilitates this increased activity, giving banks the computing power necessary to process millions of customer requests and payments through the application at any given moment. And by managing front-end functionality in the cloud, institutions gain an extra layer of security against growing cyberthreats.
According to a 2017 survey of financial services institutions, only 42 percent of respondents consider their organization effective or very effective at managing cybersecurity risks. Comparatively, 80 percent considered their organization effective or very effective in managing more traditional risk types, including liquidity, underwriting, and credit. Indeed, cybersecurity is the new frontier in risk management.
Cloud computing necessitates that businesses redefine their approach to information security, compliance, data back up, and disaster recovery, but there can be some confusion over what security concerns the cloud may pose for data protection. Adapted from Atmosera’s Chief Information Security Officer’s presentation at a SecureWorld conference, this article will attempt to dispel common myths about cloud security.
Moving to a public cloud like Microsoft’s Azure platform affords businesses opportunities to explore and adopt a wide range of new technologies, e.g. machine learning or a distributed NoSQL database platform, without making heavy long-term capital investments.
Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, announced today that it has been nominated for three Cloud Awards, a global program that celebrates success and innovation in the cloud computing industry.
A year-and-a-half ago, as numerous countries dealt with WannaCry’s aftermath, ransomware was one of the hottest topics in retail IT—and all feared what would happen if their systems were suddenly held hostage. But even by the end of 2017, the security firm Malwarebytes found that ransomware attacks dropped off significantly.
The proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies continues to transform business operations and processes. The pace at which these devices appear increases at an astounding rate each year: at present, there are 23.14 billion IoT-connected devices online. By 2025, according to Statista, there will be 75.44 billion. It’s no surprise, then, that today’s manufacturers are more reliant on IoT technology than ever before.
Whether they’re on a migration path or are looking at cloud services for the first time, prospects often ask us about the difference between Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure.
Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, will integrate Arista EOS CloudVision as part of an infrastructure upgrade aimed at simplifying network management.
It wasn’t long ago that the worst disasters a manufacturer had to fear were natural ones: fires, tornados or hurricanes. Machinery didn’t stop just because the internet went down. But like most industries, manufacturing is undergoing a massive digital transformation, driven by Industry 4.0 technologies such as IoT sensors and artificial intelligence.
Two executives from Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, will offer sessions focused on cloud implementation during the 10th annual Cloud Expo, Nov. 12-13 at the Roosevelt Hotel, New York City.
Another exciting Microsoft Ignite event has come to an end, but the computing giant’s announcements will have ripple effects for years to come. News ranged from new uses for AI and IoT to developments that will deliver virtually impenetrable security across Microsoft products. Microsoft created a detailed list of its Azure-related Ignite announcements, but we wanted to sum up the news we think will make the most noise in cloud services. Here are the four takeaways you need to know:
Atmosera, a leading Microsoft Azure cloud services provider, will adopt Rapid7 (Nasdaq:RPD) solutions as part of its efforts to continually deliver secure environments for its clients.
As companies look to move workloads to the Microsoft Azure public cloud platform, having a well-constructed strategy is critical to realizing the transformative power the cloud offers. Making the first move to the cloud can be intimidating. If an organization starts without the right planning, or without following best practices, the results can lead to a negative cloud migration experience and business setbacks.