How Zero Trust Data Access Extends Office Functionality into Hybrid-IT

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Tom Ward - Qnext Corp, Phil Bliss- ECA, Romel Romualdo - IT Expert

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Edge Computing Association webinar on how Zero Trust Data Access extends Office 365 functionality into a modern hybrid-IT infrastructure. Today’s modern organization has a hybrid-IT infrastructure – that is a combination of on-premises and cloud-hosted servers and storage. The problem is that Office 365 only provides remote access to one of these many places your files might be – that is OneDrive. That forces your users to either copy and sync their important files to OneDrive or to use OneDrive as their primary storage. The challenge comes when you want to remotely access or share files stored on your hybrid-IT infrastructure other than on your own OneDrive or when you need to maintain privacy and confidentiality over files. Is a VPN the only route? Zero Trust Data Access (ZTDA) is a fantastic new technology that will extend your Office 365 functionality into all of your hybrid-IT infrastructure. That is because of the mechanisms and technology that enables zero trust. The use of encrypted tunnels to micro-segmented storage will allow users from a single-pane-of-glass to remotely access, share and edit an Office 365 file located anywhere on your hybrid-IT infrastructure – from on-premises storage such as a NAS, SAN, DAS, PC or on-premises implementation of SharePoint, to cloud-hosted infrastructure such as Amazon, Azure, Google, to enterprise-grade, private and public cloud storage. It provides access to all of these over an ordinary internet connection, without the need for a VPN. And it does so with the highest levels of security available – through a zero-trust platform.

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