CGNET Cloud Services

Cloud services – applications, platforms and infrastructure – have proven to be cost-effective and secure solutions. Virtually all our customers have migrated at least one application to the cloud, and for most this is an ongoing process. Several now have all their files and applications in the cloud.

 

CGNET provides cloud services in three ways:

 

Office 365 

We are a longtime Microsoft partner, with specialization in communications and cloud productivity. We have provided Office 365 services of all kinds to many clients ever since Office 365 began. We provide everything needed for successful implementation and use of Office 365 services, from initial planning through implementation to end-user and administrative training, if necessary. Beyond Office 365, we also offer solutions with Azure, Active Directory, enterprise and cloud-based voice, and management services, such as those provided by InTune. If it’s a Microsoft cloud-based service, we can help you with it.

Other Platforms

We also work with clients on non-Microsoft platforms, such as setting up systems in Amazon Web Services.

Custom Hosting

Finally, we provide custom hosting services where we manage the hardware and software in multiple co-location facilities, for systems that still find the most cost-effective solution to be in a private cloud or unique hosted application.

 

CGNET Blog: Cloud Services

Get Your Security Systems under Controls

The latest version (7.1) of the CIS Controls can make planning your overall IT security effort much easier. The purpose of the Center for Internet Security’s controls has always been to focus on the most fundamental and valuable security actions that an...

How Secure Is Your Attack Surface?

It is now necessary to go beyond your servers to other endpoints covered by an attack surface assessment.

Reconsidering Website Email Addresses

Deciding whether and how to post email addresses on websites is an old problem. In internet time, that means several years. We do know a little more now than we used to. To review, the primary risk is that email addresses that are simply posted as text or html can be...

TAG White Paper: CyberSecurity for Philanthropy

If you work in philanthropy and are not already a member, you’re still probably familiar with the Technology Affinity Group (TAG).   Their mission is to promote the power of technology in philanthropy.  In 2019, TAG put a singular focus on cybersecurity,...

Comparing Cloud Services, or Not

Now that everybody is moving to the cloud, quick or slow, I thought I’d spend a little time complaining about the state of good information to support your cloud services choices. Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS) both have basic guides for pricing...

Password Managers: An Extra Step Toward Peace of Mind

Recently I began assisting our Global Services VP,  Dan Callahan, with Security Training at customer sites. (Yes, my job title is Communications Director.  But at a small company like ours, we all wear many hats.)   While I work for an IT consulting company, I’m...

Is Microsoft Non-Profit Pricing in Jeopardy?

The reader who suggested we might post about open source software also asked a specific question. Given that Microsoft had revoked CERN’s status as an academic organization (and therefore revoked CERN’s access to academic pricing), could the same thing happen to...

Keeping Up on Your Cybersecurity Reading

Like so much of our lives, the world of cybersecurity is in information overload. Computer security has become big business. In 2018, the U.S. Council of Economic Advisors reported that, “malicious cyber activity cost the U.S. economy between $57 billion and $109...

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