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The workplace is evolving and requires an innovative approach for endpoint modernization. Microsoft is bridging employee experiences and security with modernized endpoints that enable organizations to adapt to today’s new world of work in a secure way across a range of key business scenarios. Building security into apps and devices help reduce the threat of endpoint vulnerability for workers on the frontline, remote workers, in-office employees, and everything in between. Modernizing endpoints help advance to Zero Trust.
Whether it’s a hybrid, remote, or in-office experience, endpoint vulnerabilities represent a real security risk. Companies must secure any potential access to their internal network from hacking and cyberattacks—which are more prevalent than ever. How can organizations modernize to protect themselves against these threats? Using Zero Trust within the context of Azure Active Directory as a foundation, anything connecting to your network must be validated before gaining access. And even when vetted, it will operate in a separate virtual machine to keep the rest of the network secure.
Digitize your processes to meet your business’s needs, manage shift schedules by workforce management systems, track machine repairs and approvals across the team, and more. Microsoft Teams delivers the tools you need in one app. Learn more.
Moving 130,000 workers across 200 worksites in over 90 countries to a new browser is no simple feat. Just think of the challenge ensuring that legacy apps and sites built for local business still work. To facilitate device management, GlaxoSmithKline enrolled every Windows 10 device in Microsoft Endpoint Manager, making available Microsoft Edge on their internal store for end users to install on-demand. Deployment only took four weeks, and it was so simple that no external services or support were needed.
The Power Platform Return-to-the-Workplace solution was designed to help employers prepare to return to in-person operations safely by providing safety tools for facility managers, self-service health and safety tools for employees, and case management tools for health and safety leaders. Learn more in this video.
Whether you’re developing your apps on .NET or Java, Microsoft Azure offers great benefits for both. From Visual Studio tools, global compliance, and multiple hosting options, Azure is the go-to cloud service for faster, simpler development. Sign up to stay connected so we can help you develop your own path on Azure and keep you up to date on the latest cloud computing advances.
The coordination of moving employees around to better serve the people in remote areas of Nunavut, Canada, and provisioning hardware for remote, nontechnical staff was challenging for IT—even before the challenges of Covid-19. Now, with Windows 365, Nunavut deploys virtual endpoints to an employee’s device using Microsoft Endpoint Manager. As a result, the government can support both organization owned and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) models, and it can get users up and running with personalized, highly secure cloud PC service.
The global shift to virtual business has created a new world of opportunities, but it has also introduced new challenges—and we know that digital transformation is essential for organizations to succeed. Need proof? This infographic illustrates how organizations further along in their transition from on-prem to the cloud are more likely to report positive experiences among employees and end users about securing data and personal privacy. With Microsoft 365, businesses stay nimble with cost savings and cloud advances, even during uncertain economic times.
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