Securing your company’s data is essential. Businesses are constantly avoiding cyber threats, security alerts, and maintaining infrastructure. With so many things going on, your IT team can sometimes miss vital security threats.
To combat this issue, Microsoft has introduced Microsoft Azure Sentinel. This SIEM tool is a cloud-native service that provides intelligent security analytics at cloud scale for your company.
Collect data across your enterprise easily
Azure Sentinel allows you to aggregate security data with built-in connectors, integration of Microsoft signals and industry log formats such as comment event format and syslog.
You’re able to import your Office 365 data at no cost to you and combined it with other security data.
Analyze and detect threats quickly with AI on your side
Azure Sentinel uses top-notch scalable machine learning algorithms to correlate alerts from different products manually or utilizing a correlation engine.
Automate common tasks and threat response
Microsoft’s SIEM tool provides built-in automation processes to respond to threats right away.
Learn more about Microsoft Azure Sentinel and how you can protect your company’s data through intelligent security analytics.
This July we are excited and proud to announce that WebSan Solutions has been named a 2014 finalist for multiple awards and categories, gaining industry recognition across the province and the country.
The Ontario Chamber of Commerce has named our company a 2014 finalist for the annual Ontario Business Achievement Awards under the Service Excellence category. For over 30 years, businesses have been awarded OBAAs for their achievements in innovation and sustainability.
Also, Computer Dealer News has announced WebSan as a CDN Channel Elite Awards 2014 finalist in the following 3 categories:
• Solution Provider of the Year
• Best Small Business Solution
• Best Channel Marketing Solution
CDN Channel Elite Awards recognizes IT Solution Providers for their innovation, leadership and commitment to creating business value for customers.
"We are thrilled to receive this recognition for our business practices," said Andrew King, Managing Director of WebSan Solutions Inc. "We are committed to providing exceptional IT problem-solving services and driving innovation in all aspects of our business.
WebSan Solutions Inc. is a Microsoft Dynamics Certified Partner and IT consulting and solutions provider, located in Toronto, Canada. With over a decade of experience in online business and financial accounting software, implementation and design, the experts at WebSan know how to help you transform your business.
Doriana Kote, Web Marketing Coordinator, WebSan Solutions Inc., a Channel Elite Awards Winner for 2013
Three common ways of making a payment using Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains are cash, credit and cheque payments. I’m not a pro-Dynamics GP user; I’ve always paid vendors using cash and cheque payments. I came across Victoria Yudin’s blog “Using credit cards to pay vendors in Dynamics GP”. I found her blog to be straightforward and informational.
She shows you how to set up a payables vendor for the credit card which is quick and easy to do. With The three scenarios that were given, scenario 1 was the most common for me. “Scenario 1: You purchased non-inventory items from a vendor want to track and pay them with a credit card. You have not posted the invoice yet.”
She provides lots of pictures and a simple step by step process of how to complete each scenario.
To read “My interview with Victoria Yudin about Dynamics GP” click here.
Natalie Williams, Marketing Coordinator, WebSan Solutions Inc., a Canadian Certified Microsoft Dynamics Partner