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A single and unified command point where you can take charge of all your company’s devices? With Unified Endpoint Management (UEM), it is now possible.

UEM is an approach that provides single management interface for devices and endpoints such as:

  • Desktop computers
  • Laptops
  • Smartphones
  • Tablets
  • Printers
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Ruggedized Devices

This technology is the latest phase in the evolutionary process of single management interface.

UEM is the evolved version of Mobile Device Management (MDM) and Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM).

The use of UEM enables its users to manage and secure mobile applications, content and more. Collaboration and providing security has never been easier.

Plus, the heightened security and efficiency will allow you to focus on other areas of your business.

If you are looking for a reliable provider of this approach, then look no further. INFRASI is your solution.

We understand why you want to want to take part in this device management revolution. With the competitive nature of the technological market, you cannot afford to be left behind.

Not only that, the turnaround speed of devices used in the workplace demands a more efficient tool.

By using UEM, you gain absolute control over all your devices and you can manage your network with ease.

Our expertise in this area in unmistakable as mobility in business digital transformation is one of our main services.

Let INFRASI provide you with your starting point for your business’ digital revolution.

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Thanks to the huge surge in popularity of Bitcoin, blockchain technology has found its way into a broad range of sectors, including banking, healthcare, and even U.S. homeland security. Blockchain has by far made the biggest impact on how we approach cybersecurity, but is it the be-all, end-all of cybersecurity solutions?

Blockchain technology’s largest success is in eliminating human error, which is responsible for the majority of data breaches. As a decentralized ledger system for data transactions across a global network, blockchain technology is regulated by an entire network of mutually anonymous participants, not a central authority, therefore protecting data from tampering, intentional or otherwise. It can be used to protect against any type of data breach, cyber-attack, identity theft, or foul-play transaction. Most importantly, it can transfer any data or digital asset, making it so flexible it can benefit any industry.

When it comes to its efficacy as an approach to cybersecurity, Bitcoin provides an excellent case study: although it experiences fluctuations in value, Bitcoin has withstood cyber-attacks for nearly ten years. By removing the risk of a single point of failure and leveraging a decentralized infrastructure, blockchain technology is the biggest revolution in cybersecurity of our time.

With that said, blockchain may not be the ultimate solution for everyone. Although theoretically this technology could be implemented in any industry, individual companies are unlikely to be able to adopt it for several reasons. First, it is challenging and time-consuming to incorporate into supply chain systems. Second, it may require an entire upheaval of current systems and infrastructure. And third, running blockchain technology needs substantial computing power, which gives it a high operation cost that many businesses may not be able to afford or may not see as a good return on investment.

There is no one-size-fits-all cybersecurity solution. To create a digital secure infrastructure that makes sense for your business, contact the experts at INFRASI to request a consultation.

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The demands for today’s IT leaders are not the same as they were for IT leaders of the past. As businesses and economic activity shift to the digital realm, IT leaders must juggle their daily responsibilities with strategizing high-level, forward-thinking digital ambitions. To free up more time for developing big-picture strategies and to achieve a more efficient, profitable business growth across all sectors, most businesses are making IT modernization a top priority. To make complete IT modernization a reality, here five steps that should be your top priorities:

1. Assess Your Existing Infrastructure

Begin by taking inventory of your existing infrastructure: identify your strengths, new demands, and current user experience. Remember to take a close look at security and data storage infrastructure. The widespread use of mobile devices dictates that data should be accessible from any device, anywhere in the world, which opens up the potential for security breaches and quickly reaching data storage capacities.

2. Automate Everything

Phasing out any manual steps is key to IT modernization. Implementing automations and self-service enablements is especially useful for resource provisioning, allocation, and planning, so long as you have clear, pre-defined standards they must meet.

3. Establish Your Goals & Start Monitoring

Your team should know and discuss the goals you want to achieve with IT modernization. Agreeing on the system parameters up front will ensure you can effectively monitor changes and correct any issues that arise.

4. Address Vulnerabilities

Before implementing any new applications, IT leaders should understand the potential vulnerabilities they may be introducing as well. Assess the application’s security processes, data governance, and data lifecycle.

5. Have an Implementation Plan

Have a plan and schedule before you begin implementation and account for time that may be spent troubleshooting. Implementation will inevitably have to come in phases, but you can speed up the process by partnering with the right digital enterprise solution provider. At INFRASI, our digital experts will help you plan for and implement new platforms, applications, and digital products. Contact us today to kickstart your enterprise’s IT modernization.

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IT modernization and digital transformation are two important initiatives happening today in every enterprise. Both will result in lower costs and help IT make a more effective impact on business. The ultimate goals align, but the processes greatly differ; knowing and understanding that difference is crucial for the success of either initiative.

IT Modernization

IT modernization works primarily toward transitioning to a hybrid IT environment that prepares the business for future advancements, while lowering costs and improving efficiency. Most often, middle management can drive modernization on their own without the mandate from the CEO or other members of the C-Suite, since much of the process involves optimizing existing systems or transitioning workloads to a cloud. The first priority of IT modernization is to reduce costs, followed by improving IT’s agility. Some of the changes you can expect from modernization are standardizing existing apps, simplifying and digitizing workflows, and mandating security and compliance.

Digital Transformation

Digital transformation, on the other hand, tends to work in the opposite direction. When tackling this initiative, the C-Suite should determine the desired business impact and what needs to take place to achieve that impact. While IT modernization is a slow and steady process, digital transformation needs to happen much faster, as it’s typically an end-to-end approach driven by industry competitiveness. The business impact is top priority, with implementation speed being a secondary concern, and the cost of such a transformation is usually of least concern.

The two initiatives work contrary to one another; IT modernization is a slow, bottom-up approach, while digital transformation is a fast, top-down approach. Conflating the two is a risky mistake that threatens to undermine your ultimate goals.

Before beginning either initiative, create a digital tech strategy with an experienced digital solutions provider such as INFRASI. INFRASI takes a personalized approach to your business’s needs, taking every detail into consideration before offering a comprehensive strategy. Contact us today to start your project.

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1. Cybercrime is the fastest growing branch of crime

Long gone are the bank heists of Hollywood films; cybercrime is easier, safer, and more profitable for criminals. Cybercrime usually has one of two goals: the first is to make money, and the second is to make a political or social statement through “hacktivism.” Either type has serious consequences for businesses of all sizes, and by 2021, global cybercrime damages are expected to cost over $6 trillion annually, up from $3 trillion in 2015.

2. Cryptomining is on the rise

Ransomware was the major cyberattack in 2017, but this year cryptomining has taken predominance as the most common type of attack. Cybercriminals use malware to hijack a victim’s CPU’s power to mine cryptocurrency. Approximately 42% of companies globally were hit with a cryptomining attack between January and September 2018. Unlike ransomware, cryptomining is discrete and may go unnoticed for months or longer.

3. Phishing is just as common as ever

Despite increased awareness of phishing, targeted phishing emails are still the most prolific cyber scam and frequently trick victims into giving up sensitive information. Phishing emails will typically use the name of a well-known and trusted brands such as Microsoft, Amazon, or Bank of America. Using Domain-based Message Authentication and Conformance (DAMRC) can help brands protect their customers and authenticity.

4. AI is a double-edged sword

Many technology vendors have begun incorporating artificial intelligence and machine learning to more quickly and efficiently target and prevent security breaches. However, AI could potentially pose a new security threat through “AI poisoning,” which teaches the AI to either identify its own network as a threat or overlook certain types of breaches.

5. Accuracy is the priority

For companies looking for protection from cyber attacks, there is no one-size-fits-all for cybersecurity. Accuracy is a key factor here, since an overprotective security solution may needlessly hinder internal activities. To adequately address the complexity of a cyber threats with pinpoint accuracy, an experienced team of professionals like INFRASI can help you establish a digital security solution that’s right for your business.

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