Free live webinar – Security and compliance evolution in the data revolution
Rapid responses to the coronavirus pandemic have forced companies to address numerous privacy, data protection, security and compliance issues.
Adams & Adams implements Repstor Custodian for Legal
The South African deployment marks the first project for the freshly minted partnership between Repstor and Cloud Essentials.
Time to get to grips with Microsoft’s new labelling framework
Data classification and labelling enables organisations to classify data based on its sensitivity and to protect sensitive information from being accidentally or maliciously shared, says Kelly Chalom: Legal Advisor, GDPR and Data Privacy Compliance Specialist at Cloud Essentials
Advanced threat protection: Office 365 vs Mimecast, Proofpoint, Forcepoint
Cloud Essentials expects to see Microsoft-only solutions becoming the norm for most businesses in the near future.
Should you enable Office 365 Automatic Message Encryption?
For most businesses, the downsides of automatic encryption would outweigh the potential benefits by a fair margin, says Chris Hathaway, operations director and cloud advisor at Cloud Essentials.
Microsoft 365 E5 licences pay for themselves
Cloud Essentials' most common recommendation, particularly for legal and financial services with more complex threat protection, is the Microsoft 365 E5 licence, says Chris Hathaway, operations director and cloud advisor at Cloud Essentials.
Power BI cuts data modelling, visual analytics costs
Cloud Essentials helps its clients get full functionality from their Microsoft Office 365 and Azure licences, says Adam Bown, cloud forensics & data analytics specialist at Cloud Essentials.
How to avoid compliance blind-spots in Microsoft Teams
Without proper integration into the business' governance structure, collaboration tools can introduce unnecessary risk, says Cloud Essentials.
Office 365 ATP spells trouble for third-party solutions
Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection expands across all Office 365 workloads, and will soon include SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business, says Chris Hathaway, operations director and cloud advisor at Cloud Essentials.
Cloud Essentials introduces eDiscovery to law firms
Powered by EDT software, the Cloud Essentials eDiscovery platform incorporates secure Microsoft Azure hosting.