Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite provides identity driven security solutions that address the challenges in keeping data secure in a mobile and cloud working environment.
EMS combines Azure Active Directory Premium, Intune and Azure Rights Management. AZTech IT are an accredited Tier 1 Microsoft Cloud Service Provider (CSP). We employ highly experienced professionals and technology specialists including Microsoft Certified Systems Engineers (MCSEs) in our Professional Services Team. Overcome challenges of security and mobile working by contacting us today to see how we can assist you.
Azure Active Directory is a comprehensive, highly available identity and access management cloud solution. It includes core directory services, advanced identity governance, and application access management.
Azure rights management helps secure your data such as files and emails by using authorisation policies, encryption and identity even when it has left your network.
ATA provides information on what is happening within your network by identifying suspicious user and device activity. Built-in intelligence helps against targeted attacks by automatically analysing, learning, and identifying normal and abnormal entity (user, devices, and resources) behaviour.
Microsoft Intune manages and protects data and application on any device including mobiles, tablets and laptops. Deploy, manage and even wipe corporate date from any managed device.
Centrally managed passwords for all you applications across all your devices. Self service portal providing secure single sign on to all your applications.
EMS provides additional security for Office 365 and expands your capabilities to help you securely deliver all of your apps to any device and protect your data whether it's on premise or in the cloud.
Microsoft 365 is designed to bring together Office 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility and Security, which aims to support the functionality of your business’s day to day tasks. Previously known
On Wednesday 15th July 2020, Twitter became a victim of a cyberattack. The hack compromised 130 accounts, including Barack Obama, Elon Musk and Bill Gates to name a few. These compromised accounts
Microsoft defines Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) as "a desktop and app virtualisation service that runs in the cloud". It enables users to have a complete modern desktop from any device using Azure