FIGHT OFF THREATS IN THE CLOUD WITH MICROSOFT ENTERPRISE MOBILITY AND SECURITY
Protect your data in the cloud, while your organisation is on the move
Today’s workers expect instant access to company information from any device, wherever they are. The security challenges posed by mobile working are enormous – from lost and stolen devices to critical documents ending up in the wrong hands. At the same time, staff expect flexibility and want to collaborate while on the move. Enterprise Mobility and Security (EMS) is the enterprise-grade security toolset that protects your organisation’s data across multiple devices, multiple apps and multiple locations while keeping your workforce productive.
At Content and Code, our consultants can help you add and remove devices to your network, manage identity and access wherever your users are, and help you configure Single Sign-On and access management to ensure complete compliance.
Manage all your devices and applications in one place
With the number of companies working with a ‘bring your own device’ policy, as well as high volumes of corporate owned devices, there is a growing need for IT departments to keep organisation data and information secure. Managed from a single console, EMS provides a single portal for device and application management, straight from the cloud or on-premises.
Protect your data and manage access controls
As more and more employees are bringing their personal devices to work and further adopt cloud technologies, maintaining control over their access to applications has become a significant challenge. Azure Active Directory provides a single solution to increase productivity and reduce help desk costs with single identities for each employee and self-service functionality, reducing the wait time for service desks.
Identity-driven security features with EMS
In a multi-device, cloud-first world there is more importance than ever placed on enterprise security management. With EMS, you can use identity-driven security to protect your sensitive information with secure single sign-on, multi-factor authentication steps, and risk based access. In addition, you can gain greater insight into all of your cloud apps, and control data with granular permissions policies.
Just some of the clients we have helped adopt SharePoint and Office 365
As the UK’s largest SharePoint consultancy, and Microsoft’s leading Office 365 partner, Content and Code have helped more than 300 clients including; Balfour Beatty, the BBC, Condé Nast, Everything Everywhere, Metro Bank, Wates Construction and Vodafone achieve their business goals with Microsoft technologies. Content and Code can help you too.
Secure your organisation with Enterprise Mobility and Security
Content and Code will work with your organisation to understand your organisations specific security requirements, allowing us to deploy and configure the vast feature sets Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility and Security platform. Security should be simple in the cloud. Speak to Content and Code to discover how Enterprise Mobility and Security can protect your organisation’s future.
Azure Active Directory
Azure Information Protection
Microsoft Cloud App Security
Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics
Microsoft Identity Manager
Are you ready to secure your future in the Cloud with Enterprise Mobility and Security? Speak to Content and Code today.
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