When looking at the most common security intrusions, many people immediately think of banks and other major consumer organizations. Although healthcare institutions are becoming prominent targets for hackers, the number of attacks is rising astronomically.
If you’re anyone who deals with tech, especially cloud technology, then you must have heard some of the buzz around the transition from WvD to AvD.
For those not in the know, WvD (Windows Virtual Desktop) is a cloud-based app and desktop virtualization service that offers tailor-made desktop capabilities based on user needs. With WvD, users can create different desktop environments that are accessible from any device.
For a lot of businesses, data continues to be the most important asset. Due to the cyber threats increasing at such an alarming rate, it’s frightful to imagine the loss that any company would have to incur in case of a data breach.
Losing online data can be the biggest setback for any business. All of us have gone through this scary experience when we are just about to complete a very crucial document and then suddenly it’s gone. You feel like a disaster has hit you when you start everything from scratch and try to rebuild your business.
Most individuals find that working from home raises security and regulatory compliance concerns since home networks lack the same level of IT control as those found in the office environment. Microsoft Teams engineers realized that distant employees shouldn’t have to give up productivity for the sake of security, so they made changes to the platform to address this concern.