Skip to content
Microsoft Industry Blogs – United Kingdom

How to be compliant in a regulation-heavy world 

As more and more data is being created in the world and as organisations move to cloud/digital records, governments will be updating and creating new compliance and regulations to ensure everyone’s personal data stays safe and secure....

Read more

The 4 benefits of going cloud-native 

Now businesses are focussed on adopting a cloud-first strategy, moving beyond the compute, storage, and network benefits. Businesses are increasingly looking to cloud-native applications to take advantage of technologies such as serverless computing, machine learning, and IoT....

Read more

How to take the stress out of securing your business 

Running a business can be stressful – especially if you’re worried about cyber security. According to the NCSC Cyber Security Breaches Survey, 42 percent of SMBs identified at least one breach or attack in the last 12 months. The average cost per incident is £3,100. But the cost of an attack isn’t just financial, with...

Read more

How to increase productivity and security 

Cybersecurity and productivity aren’t often seen in the same sentence. It can sometimes seem that all your security and protection add-ons or tools each have multiple sign-ins and different processes to follow. All this complicates your day and make it harder to work....

Read more

How to have intelligent cybersecurity 

New threats and more sophisticated attacks are always on the horizon in the cybersecurity world. This means you must ensure your digital estate is just as secure against the newest attack as it is against old ones. The Intelligent Security Graph helps you benefit from advanced analytics collected from millions of threat indicators. These insights, in turn,...

Read more

The 3 most important words in cybersecurity 

It’s no longer important just to build ‘stronger walls’. You don’t just need to protect; you need to detect and respond. Products and services that have built-in security tend to have better usability. Meaning not only is it secure, but it’s easy to adopt and be productive in the long-term....

Read more

6 ways to keep your data secure whilst on the go 

With the number of smartphone users expected to reach over five billion by 2019, you can expect your employees will be connected to their work on either their personal or business devices. Here are six tips to ensure personal and organisational data stays secure on any device....

Read more

Migrating to the modern desktop made easy 

Everyone wants the latest and greatest tech but something is stopping IT teams from migrating employees to modern desktops. A Windows PC is where the majority of your employees will do most of their work and, for them, it’s always been an easy choice. Most people are already happily using Windows 10 at home. But...

Read more