With 2020 being around the corner, it is important to mindful of the vast wave of Microsoft products which are being end of life.
Organizations turn to Microsoft because their product suite is able to check the boxes that IT staff, operational staff and procurement look for when making a purchase. Their server offerings, operating systems and applications make up the central core of many a business because they are known to be reliable, stable and capable for the task at hand.
Recently, Microsoft issued an end-of-life announcement that includes a number of products that a large percentage of organizations still rely on to handle day-to-day IT and end-user business functions. With a deadline of January 2020, this announcement has caught a number of organizations off guard or simply thrown businesses into a state of denial because they had not planned on upgrading or migrating away from any of the products mentioned in the announcement.
There have been a myriad of myths surrounding cloud computing ever since its inception. Unfortunately, too many decision-makers believe these myths when evaluating a service like Amazon Web Services (AWS) for their backup solution, which can either lead them down a path where they live under a false sense of security or cause them to avoid using AWS due to misconceptions. Below, we will take a look at a few of the myths that surround AWS backup solutions and address them to give you the right information.
In 2017, Vade Secure reported that ransomware-infected emails rose 6,000 percent. Recent natural disasters have brought business operations down across the globe. Then there are outages that are the result of human error: Someone misconfigures something or enters the wrong command and systems go down.