As you probably know already, Microsoft Intune helps you protect the devices you manage and the data stored on those devices through configuration policies. Device compliance policies let you evaluate, (and in some cases remediate), devices that aren't compliant with rules that you specify. So, this covers everything from jailbroken iOS devices; which devices are encrypted or not; and the overall health of your Windows 10 devices.
What are the chances that your customer will have groups of employees using an unauthorised social media platform to communicate? With over 3.4bn Social Media users, according to a recent report and at least 65 social networks globally (QQ, Viber or LINE anyone?), the chances are that even if they say they aren’t, they probably are!
Good or bad, like it or loathe it, the GDPR had its first Anniversary this month. Did it work?
I’ve been asked this question a few times so decided to do some further research, as to the real impact, on the size and scale of data breaches since the new regulations came into force. This week, we’re looking at the results from the 2019 Cyber Security Breaches Survey for answers, and what it might mean for the UK channel.
You don’t need us, to tell you, that GDPR is massively over-hyped! But does it have any real and lasting impact, on the way our customers buy IT solutions and services. I've asked our GDPR Practitioners, here at Marathon, to take another look at the legacy issues your customers will be facing. The feedback was very interesting; GDPR can open doors to projects and budgets that have been heavily guarded – until now!
The GDPR opportunity for stronger Security