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Cisco's Midyear Security Report Shines Light on Emerging Threats

Arraya Insights| August 14, 2015

The first half of the year saw security pros and cybercrooks locked in a veritable arms race according to Cisco’s 2015 Midyear Security Report. The brand new report explored the latest threats, gave updates on some old favorites of attackers and looked at the ways in which they’re adapting their methods and tools to evade […]

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How to Build Confidence and Secure Buy-In for Office 365 within Your Organization

Arraya Insights| July 30, 2015

Microsoft just welcomed a pair of massive – and also very different – organizations into the Office 365 (O365) fold. All told, these deals represent a combined commitment of roughly 400,000 licenses, which will be utilized by end users across the globe. A level of trust is an essential precondition in any IT engagement. However, […]

Microsoft 2015 Worldwide Partner Conference Recap

Arraya Insights| July 29, 2015

I have a confession to make. I’m new to consulting. However, I have been working with Microsoft technologies for over 15 years now. From support to architecture to managing IT teams, I’ve seen Microsoft from many different angles. Now that I work for Arraya Solutions, I can experience Microsoft from a new side – as […]

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Signs You're a Prime Candidate for Arraya's Managed Services for Virtualization

Halim Chtourou| July 17, 2015

VMware environments don’t always get the same level of attention as, say, their Microsoft counterparts do. Imagine running a Windows Server in your data center that hasn’t been patched or updated since 2012. That kind of prolonged lapse would leave a company incredibly susceptible to security breaches, data loss and more – and it would […]

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Going Beyond Protecting Your Data with Just MDM

Arraya Insights| July 16, 2015

It is a fact of our modern life. Mobile devices and ubiquitous access back into our company allows us to work on our own terms. Employees love it, but IT Security hates it. There is a huge inherent risk when we allow our company’s sensitive data to be accessed with a username and password. We […]

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It Was a Dark and Stormy Night (for Data Centers)

Arraya Insights| June 25, 2015

This week, a strong set of storms ransacked the greater Philadelphia area. Many business owners woke up to a disaster in their data center and downtime for their company. Hours of lost end user productivity ensued and IT quickly got burned out trying to get systems back online as rapidly as possible. The simple fact […]

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How to Get the Most Out of Office 365 and Azure

Arraya Insights| June 17, 2015

If one of your organization’s goals for the back nine of 2015 is to either embrace the cloud or expand your existing cloud environment, Microsoft’s Office 365 and Azure could be two of the products you end up exploring. There’s no shortage of benefits you can get out of deploying these services. In terms of […]

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Arraya Celebrates the Success of its Inaugural Tech Summit

Arraya Insights| June 9, 2015

Knowledge shared, technologies spotlighted at debut Tech Summit Attendees from a diverse cross-section of industries packed the hallways, conference rooms and ballroom of the Sheraton Valley Forge in King of Prussia last Thursday for the inaugural Arraya Solutions Tech Summit. The event, which was hailed as being “by techs, for techs,” was designed to give attendees […]

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Arraya Tech Summit Offers Attendees a Rare Opportunity

Arraya Insights| June 2, 2015

Have you registered yet for Arraya’s first annual Tech Summit? If not, you’re in danger of missing out on a full, completely free, day of classes on hot button IT topics presented by Arraya’s respected team of engineers. You’ll also miss a number of other exclusive features set to take place during the Summit, including […]

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Increase Security with Azure, Not Complexity

Arraya Insights| May 28, 2015

End users love simplicity. What else could explain the enduring popularity of easy to remember passwords such as “123456,” “letmein” and, of course, the notorious “password?” Unfortunately, in this instance, simplicity and security don’t go hand-in-hand. While those passwords may be easy to remember, they don’t offer much in the way of actually keeping the […]

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