Microsoft's release of Windows 10 modernized how IT teams approach device management. Windows 10 is not a strict evolution of Windows 7 and 8. It’s an evolution of Windows Phone 8 and 10, where an MDM API was available to manage all aspects of a device, such as DLP, restrictions, software distribution and so on.
The online playing field for businesses in multiple niches has expanded, with the internet enjoying an overarching presence in various facets. New and larger markets have become more accessible through online platforms. All an established business needs is computer-based tools and an internet connection that won’t falter. Expansion is often rewarding but has its fair share of risks; thus, melding a nice blend of cybersecurity with a growing company is the safe way to go about it.
Cybercrime is one of the greatest threats to modern businesses, so naturally, cybersecurity is becoming a top priority among business leaders worldwide. It’s easy to see why. Cybercrime can result in significant losses for companies, particularly financially. In fact, the global cost of cybercrime is expected to rise to $23.84 trillion by 2027, up from $8.44 trillion in 2022. Businesses collect and store mountains of data daily, and are obligated to keep that data secure.