Data is the lifeblood of all organisations. From customer records to financial transactions, sensitive data flows through the veins of every business. However, as the value of data has surged, so too have the threats to its security.
To be effective, your business’ security strategy needs to be multi-layered and comprehensive. This means properly managing and securing every possible threat vector, including your endpoint devices. But how can you do this? Introduce mobile device management (MDM).
Managed IT Services are a must for any organisation that wants to improve IT processes and keep data safe and secure. This is especially true for the healthcare industry, which is one of the most complex and regulated industries in the world.
Today’s digital workforce does not see flexibility as a luxury, but a necessity. They want to have the freedom and the choice to work from anywhere, whether it’s their home, office, or simply out on the go. Although various IT solutions have played a role in enabling this modern working model, virtualisation technologies hold a central position in allowing the digital workforce to thrive in this new working environment.
Businesses are rapidly embracing cloud computing and shifting their IT resources for one simple reason: the cloud offers a long list of benefits that traditional on-premises models can’t match.
As businesses across the globe have adapted to a remote working model, the need for more robust security measures has naturally increased. Remote co-workers are naturally more vulnerable, particularly when they might be connecting via an unsecured network or using personal devices without the proper protections in place.
We’re excited to announce that Ortus has been selected as a finalist for the coveted 'Best Place to Work' award at the upcoming Tech Excellence Awards 2023.
As mobile devices become an integral part of modern business, they’ve also become a popular target for cybercriminals looking to exploit vulnerabilities in smartphone security. By targeting mobile devices through smishing attacks, attackers can compromise sensitive information, deliver malware, or steal money from unsuspecting victims.
It's no secret that the global events of the last few years have significantly transformed the business landscape. The traditional notion of employees being tied to their office desks no longer works. The hybrid workforce requires flexible and agile working solutions that enable them to carry out their operations seamlessly, regardless of their location.
In today's digital age, businesses need to take their information security seriously. With so much sensitive data being stored and transmitted online, it's vital to have robust security measures in place to protect against cyber attacks and data breaches. This is where ISO 27001 comes into play.