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With the latest technological development in this era of digitalization, cybercrimes have also increased significantly. Even with top-notch firewalls, anti-viruses, and other safety programs, cyber criminals somehow find a way to breach and steal your confidential data.
Employees are a company’s greatest asset. However, they are also considered its greatest security risk. Your company may have the best firewall, top-notch anti-virus software, and various other cyber-security programs on your business network, but still, hackers somehow find ways to get into your data. Wondering how that’s possible? According to a study conducted in 2016, 41% of SMBs faced data breaches, not because of hackers and cybercriminals, but actually due to mistakes made by employees, contractors, and third parties.
Businesses are run by their employees and owners, but primarily pushed by people who have a vested interest. People who want to see it succeed and hit new heights. Such people are referred to as stakeholders.
Stakeholders are directly or externally involved with a company. They may have invested their money, as well as time and dedication, in the company. Their only expectation is that their investment bears fruit. These people can be investors, shareholders, employees, suppliers, or even the government of the country in which the company operates.
If you are a lone wolf who prefers working alone, you are not alone. Working on a project all on your own does have its advantages – you do not have to wait for anyone to get things done, there is no one to slow you down, and you get all the credit when things are done well and on time. However, if you want to achieve greater success, you need other people. That is why organizations focus on team building and why team building is such an important aspect of PMI training courses.
A hypervisor is a virtual machine monitor (VMM) that makes it possible to create virtual machines and servers. When it comes to Azure, you will be dealing with Azure hypervisors which are a highly evolved form of Microsoft Hyper V. The Azure hypervisor allows you to create multiple virtual machines (if needed), and distribute the bandwidth, disk storage space, as well as memory for VMs. Furthermore, it enforces memory and process segregation between different virtual machines.
2.5 quintillion bytes of data is being produced every day. This is the volume of data being produced by half of the population of the world, as the other half still doesn’t have access to the internet yet. However, with companies like Microsoft, Google, and Facebook planning to establish more datacenters and lay cables that connect the entire world, that volume of data is bound to increase exponentially. This data is worth its value in gold, especially if processed into meaningful information. In this Microsoft Azure training article, we will talk about processing data with Microsoft Azure.
By the end of 2020, there will be over one million jobs available in IT. To capitalize on this opportunity, you need to have the relevant skill set and the certifications to boot. In this blog post, we will talk about Microsoft Azure certifications and the learning paths you can take to achieve them.