Microsoft increases productivity and protects assets with OneDrive for Business

Losing data because a device goes down is not an option. Cloud solutions like OneDrive for business can help you keep your data backed up and protected. With features like SSL encryption and the ability to set expiration dates on certain permissions, your data will be taken care of. Integrating new cloud solutions is tough for any business. That's why we're here to take care of you. Contact RYMARK today to find out more on how we can help.

Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport

With your data backed up in the cloud, you don't have to worry about owning physical servers that are costly to maintain. For instance, Azure disaster recovery helped save Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport 69% by reducing their reliance of on-premises IT infrastructure. At RYMARK, we know how to help you integrate cloud solutions, no matter what state your IT infrastructure is in. Start saving today; contact us to find out how.

How small businesses can safeguard their data

With security risks like compromised credentials, stolen devices, and human error, keeping your business protected can seem overwhelming, especially for a small business that may not have the resources to dedicate to it. Microsoft 365 offers a complete solution, with tools like multifactor identification and data encryption that cover the areas you can't.

Banking in the Digital Age with Microsoft

This video highlights how Microsoft cloud solutions empower banks to reinvent the customer experience, enabling financial services professionals to collaborate and engage customers securely in natural, highly personal and innovative ways.

Mapping Data Protection Strategies For The New Year

Even when Lewis and Clark set out to find the Northwest Passage, they had to keep business continuity and disaster recovery top of mind. Like those explorers, business owners and IT teams must put plans in place to mitigate unforeseen dangers and risks, while protecting data.

Customer story: Zespri

Zespri International markets and sells kiwifruit to retailers around the world. After business was disrupted by an earthquake and plant virus, the New Zealand grower moved business-critical SAP workloads to Microsoft Azure, reducing IT costs, promoting scalability, ensuring business continuity, and enabling the company to focus on what they do best--growing and selling kiwifruit.