You—not regulators, not auditors—control your company’s exposure. By implementing proper controls in Active Directory, you reduce your exposure both now and into the future.
Over the past few months, the Itergy team has written about many important considerations in the effective management of Active Directory, including configuration, disaster recovery, and compliance. This post provides one more consideration and suggests steps you can take to protect, maintain, and manage your AD.
Investing in the modernization and optimization of your corporate Active Directory infrastructure and in cleaning up the data is now not simply a good idea—it’s a necessity. Unfortunately, few IT departments are equipped to undertake such a project. Malheureusement, très peu de services de TI internes sont bien outillés pour entreprendre un tel projet.
As with any other service, the key to maintaining your Active Directory lies in proper management with a continuous improvement lifecycle; design, transition, operate. In this blog post, I will discuss the service life cycle as it applies to Active Directory to help keep your environment running smoothly and to rapidly address service impacts.
This blog post discusses data sanitation and object life cycle in Active Directory and offers practical solutions so you can reach the cloud with less hassle.
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