Digital Infrastructures

Start With Infrastructure

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Identity Management

Who can access Personally Identifiable Information (PII)?

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Data Management

Where is critical information stored, and how is it managed?

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Network Management

How does information travel, and how is it secured?

Hybrid Digital Infrastructures

Hybrid Infrastructures

Synchronized Access

Hybrid infrastructures offer extreme flexibility regarding user credentials. These infrastructures can store all, some, or none of their credentials in the cloud, leaving organizations to decide what’s best.

Shared Network Security

Hybrid infrastructures offer flexibility to organizations that want to distribute where vital information is stored. Involved parties share the responsibility of securing, backing up, and recovering any data.

Shared Network Security

Hybrid-based networks represent a distributed approach to networking, leveraging secure internet techniques to connect the remote spaces. Involved parties are responsible for managing their own connections.

Cloud Digital Infrastructure

Cloud Infrastructures

Easy Access Everywhere

Cloud-based infrastructures store all of an organization’s credentials in their respective databases, with each application, is responsible for managing authentication, authorization, and accounting.

Privatized Data

Cloud-based infrastructures store all of an organization’s data in their respective databases, offering premium add-ons for data replication, redundancy, and recovery.

Third-Party Security

Cloud-based infrastructures’ network tools assure that organizations’ online resources are always available. Providers offer premium add-ons for high availability, antivirus, and attack defenses.

Local Digital Infrastructure

Local Infrastructure

On-Site Data Management

Organizations running a local infrastructures deploy and manage all of their network tools. Managing firewalls, remote access, servers, …, is their responsibility, and its level of reliability varies based on the investment.

Always Available

Local infrastructures don’t store any information in the cloud. Data is stored and accessed through private methods, with its security, management, redundancy, and recovery managed by your organization.

Security Plus

Local infrastructures enable organizations to store all of their user credentials on-site. Users to verify their identities using on-site equipment, which varies in security level based on the investment.