As the world moves into a new normal after the Global Pandemic, the landscape of work and workplaces as we once knew them has changed. With hybrid work being a more common option for employees, it's important for businesses to seek advice and assistance around their IT infrastructure to support a secure and seamless transition for those working remote.
Cloudwize assisted TFSS with the procurement and deployment of endpoints, project managing the roll out to minimise user disruption. Most users were issued with laptops, while office desks were set up with a standard monitor, dock, keyboard and mouse arrangement to facilitate hot desking and optimise office space.
All users were set up using not-for-profit Microsoft 365 licensing allowing them to access the latest version of the Office suite as well as the built-in security of Endpoint Manager and Multi-Factor Authentication. This allowed Cloudwize to secure the fleet and push out group policy as a first step to taking TFSS serverless. It also meant that TFSS’s core platform met a minimum standard of MFA as per the Australian CyberSecurity’s Essential 8.