Every IT project with Green House Data starts with the SpotLITE Discovery process, including benchmarks, goals, implementation milestones, and deployment options. Listen. Implement. Test. Execute.Learn More
Maintain compliance with HIPAA standards across your cloud servers by following this checklist, which specifies requirements for security as well as best practices for server configuration, applictions, and end-users.
We did consider Amazon and Azure, but it was the personal touch in working with Green House Data that was the biggest driver.AssociationVoice
With some providers of IT services it can be a challenge, however the team at Green House Data really does step up and do a great job for us.Blue Federal Credit Union
We get big-time infrastructure benefits for a fraction of the cost. Plus, Green House Data’s core competency is data center management. We need our data centers to be up 100 percent of the time, and colocation provides that.Black Hills Energy
The high touch has worked really well for us. This and the overall value of the company and service offer a cost-benefit that makes a lot of sense.National CineMedia
Your data is your business. Your databases, and the data-driven applications that leverage them, should be regularly audited for vulnerabilities. One of the top risks facing your data today is SQL injection (SQLi). According to the 2018 Verizon Data Breach Incident Report (DBIR), SQLi was the second most common form of hacking varieties within information breaches, exceeded only by stolen credentials.
This attack vector involves the exploit of programmatic weaknesses in applications to run unintended code to manipulate your backend SQL databases, and thus access information or even gain administrative access and credentials.
Any application that uses SQL could be subject to this type of attack, from simple websites to SaaS apps like your CRM and ERP — even VoIP systems. This attack is also not limited to applications exposed to the internet. Internal applications are prime targets for attackers who have breached your external boundary (e.g., through phishing).
There are myriad technical considerations when deciding how to architect and deploy your cloud infrastructure, but your business structure, size, strategy, and industry are also significant factors.
You don’t need to take a deep dive into technical evaluations of each workload to choose between public cloud and a hybrid or private infrastructure. It’s possible that your business practices will make that decision for you before you ever get to individual app/system analysis.
Here are the business traits to consider as you weigh your cloud options.
Microsoft’s products “SCCM” and “SCOM” sound like confusingly-named twins, but try to get past your first impression of them as a set in identical dresses posing for a portrait. It is true that they are in the same Microsoft system center family, but each has its own distinctive traits and roles.