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Benefits of Azure Reserved Instances

Benefits of Azure Reserved Instances

As a public cloud platform, Azure offers one of the most robust, scalable, and flexible Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offerings. Its virtual machine (VM) solution offers the flexibility of working with a range of workloads with several operating systems and can be created quickly with existing images from Microsoft and its partners. With the […]

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Benefits of Azure Backup
Azure Backup

Benefits of Azure Backup

Azure Backup is a cloud-based solution for simple, secure, and cost-effective data backup services. It can be used to backup data from different platforms to Azure. It eliminates the need for additional infrastructure for backing up virtual machines and SQL servers and maintains data and application consistency. Data that have to be archived for longer […]

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What More Do I Get With Azure AD Premium Plans?

Azure AD is one of the most comprehensive identity and access management (IAM) solutions specifically designed for cloud-based use. As a multi-tenant solution, Azure AD is implemented for millions of users and devices using the vast capabilities of Microsoft Online business solutions. Today, it is one of the most important components of Microsoft’s first line […]

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Risk Policies In Azure Active Directory Identity Protection

Azure Active Directory Identity Protection is a feature that is exclusively available in the Azure AD Premium P2 plan and certain Microsoft 365 Enterprise plans with advanced security features. It helps in detecting vulnerabilities impacting an organization’s user identities, configuring automatic responses to attacks trying to exploit them, and investigating the root cause of such […]

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How Can Azure MFA Be Implemented?

The reports of leaked and phished accounts are growing by the day. Password resets might not suffice to protect complex attacks because a single password, no matter how strong it is, can still be compromised by smart guesswork backed by automation tools. That is where the MFA feature on Azure is a much more effective […]

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How To Synchronize Active Directory With Azure?

As a comprehensive identity and access management solution, Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) extends the reach of on-premises identities to many SaaS applications hosted in any cloud. It is different from Active Directory (AD) in the sense that the latter is a domain controller with different capabilities than Azure AD. Synchronizing on-premises AD with Azure […]

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Active Directory Domain Services vs Azure Active Directory

Microsoft Active Directory is a broad range of directory-based identity-related services that are used to provide secure access to resources to organizations and individuals. These services can be used to provide a central identity for device, application, and service access. There are different types of Active Directory solutions that give implementation flexibility for meeting unique […]

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Azure Backup vs Azure Site Recovery

Businesses are increasingly integrating cloud technology as a part of their business continuity and disaster recovery strategy. The corporations around the globe are using the cloud to create backups of their on-premises resources and for replicating their virtual machines. A significant proportion of these institutions use Microsoft Azure as their preferred cloud solution. Microsoft has […]

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What is Azure Automation ?
Azure Automation

What is Azure Automation ?

Azure Automation is one of the most useful capabilities of the Azure service. An Azure Automation account helps users automate virtual machines schedules and help optimize resources and save costs. There are different aspects to be considered while using Azure Automation including tasks like creating automation Runbooks and publishing and testing them. Users must also […]

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Migrating Windows Server 2008 to Azure
Migrating Windows Server 2008 to Azure

Migrating Windows Server 2008 to Azure

The Extended Support for Windows Server 2008 has already ended on January 14th, 2020. This has left many businesses vulnerable to data breaches if they haven’t upgraded their servers. Since the server is out in the open without any official security cover, it is breeding ground for potential attackers and hackers. Obviously, the frequency and […]

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