Cloud Back Up and Disaster Recovery as a Service
Back-Up and Disaster Recovery as a Service with Nouveau
Storing and backing-up your data in the cloud is a cost-effective and flexible way of ensuring your organisation’s data is safe and secure. It is also a way to certify that your business is doing all it can to be compliant in light of increasing regulations. We’ll configure your data storage in the cloud to give you the most cost-effective, scalable and long-term storage solution that is right for you.
Download the brochure today!
Office 365, by itself, does not include a backup service.
That’s why we’ll back up your Office 365 suite with a fully comprehensive managed service that replicates your Microsoft Office 365 Suite to give you the confidence that your files and data are safe.
Benefits of O365 Back-Up
Microsoft does not provide native options to back up Office 365 data. With our comprehensive back up service, you can:
✔️ Fully recover files in the event of a data loss
✔️ Easily access and search email data
✔️ Utilise extensive data recovery options
✔️ Reduce resource burden by offloading maintenance and management to us
✔️ Automate the back-up process
Nouveau has teamed up with Altaro to provide a high-performance backup and replication that suits your organisation’s individual requirements.
With Altaro, backup and restore all your company’s Office 365 mailboxes, OneDrive and SharePoint through an online console on an annual subscription.
Get in touch
Nouveau are offering you the opportunity to take advantage of a Fortinet Security Assessment Review Service in order for you to better understand whether you are making the most of your investment.
We will also briefly assess whether there are any further requirements you may want to consider in order to improve your organisation’s security.
This could include assessments of:
- Office 365
- Public Cloud
- and much more
You will be provided with a report of our findings and recommendations.
In these unprecedented times, it is important to review your security posture in order to keep up with continuously evolving threat vectors.
If you are interested, please fill in the below form. We will be in touch shortly.
Register your interest
Proactive Managed Service
Cyber threats continue to rise for organisations across the entire world and it is common to hear of reputable companies being breached. IT departments are expected to run their systems for 24x7 x 365 days a year so that they can support regular business operations securely.
We here at Nouveau believe that firewalls and antivirus are no longer enough to cut it in a world of continuously evolving cyber threats. Our Proactive Managed Services wrap around your traditional security solutions in order to provide you with a complete, transparent and fully managed service that keeps your business secure. Experience less downtime, easier management and better security. Read about how the growing demands for proactive cybersecurity are driving changes in the way business face their security issues here in our article in The Business Magazine.
Working from home in the future? Re-evaluate your current security strategy.
Many of us have been working from home for a few months now, but many organisations continue to have concerns about the effectiveness and security of their home working solutions.
In many cases, people believe home working is less secure than in traditional office-based setups. We are here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be. Whether you have started to implement remote working elements of your business continuity plans or require some support in setting up these components, we remain dedicated to providing you with continued support to ensure that your business stays secure, collaborative and efficient.
To learn more about secure remote working solutions without compromise in security, collaboration and efficiency, click here.
Nouveau become first Expert Integrator, MSSP and Marketplace Partner in the UK
Following Fortinet’s reworking of their partnership programme, Nouveau are now considered the first partners in the UK to achieve Integrator, MSSP and Marketplace status at Expert level. You can read more about our new partnership status under the Engage programme by reading our blog here.
End of Life notification: Fortinet 8x5
Fortinet continues to move forward with adapting their FortiCare services to the changes in our customer’s business needs. As the next step in the 8x5 FortiCare phase-out project that began in 2019 Q1, all 8x5 FortiCare support options have been removed from the pricelist.
Two levels are now available: 24x7 and Advanced Support Engineer (ASE). ASE provides higher ticket servicing for faster starts and ticket resolution
Speak to your account manager to understand the wider value of 24x7 and how you can start benefitting right away.
Rise in Phishing Healthcare Scams
Over the last few months, reports indicate that there has been a significant rise in phishing scams using COVID-19 as a medium to scaremonger and deceive recipients. These attacks have been carried out on a wide variety of targets including, but not limited to, end-users of businesses, government organisations and medical service providers.
Most of these incidents are phishing attacks that infect networks with ransomware. Many have been sent from spoofed World Health Organisation (WHO) and NHS email addresses whereas others have been from fake companies offering equipment in response against the virus.
We would like to take this opportunity to inform our customers about these prevalent scams – the best form of defence against phishing scams is vigilance. To read more about how to spot phishing scams, please visit our top tips page here.
New Products – FortiGate 40F + 200F
Fortinet have announced two new FortiGate Firewall products: the FortiGate 40F, which has been available for a few months now, and the brand new FortiGate 200F.
The F Series FortiGate Firewalls continue to provide end-to-end network security with one platform, one network security operating system and unified policy management, or providing the industry’s best protection against the most advanced security threats and targeted attacks.
It may be worth considering an upgrade to the Fortinet F series if your organisation is currently using a D series Firewall or older. Fortinet F firewalls have large increases in NGFW throughput, Threat Protection Throughput and SSL Inspection Throughput amongst a variety of other benefits.
Fortinet solutions in combination with Nouveau’s Managed Services provide top of the line security for all organisations. For more information on how our managed services can help keep your business secure whilst reducing resource burdens, please click here.
For more information about the FortiGate F series, please contact us by emailing to email@example.com or calling 0118 9186822.
UTM bundle renamed to UTP bundle
Fortinet’s Unified Threat Management (UTM) bundle has been renamed to the Unified Threat Protection bundle (UTP). This name change reflects Fortinet’s focus on the protection of your infrastructure.
We thought we should notify of these changes to avoid any confusion in the future.
Microsoft Teams – Working from home made easy
More and more businesses are beginning to deploy working from home (WFH) solutions for their employees as a result of COVID-19. Some of the key requirements for most organisations is a platform that allows their staff to continue communicating and collaborating on projects seamlessly, avoiding downtime and maintaining their high levels of productivity and efficiency.
Many organisations have turned to Microsoft Teams, Microsoft’s collaboration application that helps teams stay organised and have conversations all in one place. Microsoft themselves market Teams as “the hub for teamwork in Office 365” that allows you to “work remotely without feeling remote”. From our personal experience, and as a Microsoft Gold Partner, we can safely say that we agree completely with that sentiment and strongly believe it is a great tool for any organisation that is need of collaboration software.
Microsoft Teams 6 Month Free Trial
It is more important than ever to stay in touch with colleagues and customers when working remotely. As an organisation we use Microsoft Teams to enable us to make calls to clients, engage with colleagues, share files, conduct customer and team virtual meetings. It’s great news that Microsoft have announced a free Teams six-month Office 365 E1 trial for businesses without an existing Teams license (exclusions apply).
This offer is available to any customer who doesn’t already have O365 OR have O365 profiles without Teams (office 365 ProPlus, Office 365 Business, Exchange online plan 1 & 2, Dynamics).
Teams 6 Month Trial
How do I use Microsoft Teams? How can it help me work from home?
Using Microsoft Teams as part of your organisation’s working from home strategy is an intelligent way to be able to collaborate and communicate with your colleagues almost as if you were in the office together – but many people aren’t using Teams to its full capabilities.
There are many tips and tricks that can help you better utilise the functions of Microsoft Teams. To help you make the most of Teams, we have put together some of our favourite features that we believe will ensure an effective and professional home working environment.
Call, collaborate, chat and meet from anywhere
With the Teams mobile app, all you need to do is log on with your account details to access your meetings, messages, files and calendar. As everything is stored in the cloud, all you need to access your files in an internet connection.
Work in OneDrive, together
Creating and collaborating on files is easier than ever in Microsoft Teams as it utilises OneDrive to host files securely in the cloud. This makes it possible for members of your teams to work on files together, meaning you can both edit and view the same file in real time.
You can do this by uploading existing files to your Team’s Files folder or browsing to where you want to store the file and selecting “New”.
Pin your most important channels
By right clicking on channels you use most, you can pin them so that they are more accessible. You can then navigate to your Pinned list for quick and easy access.
With Teams, you can schedule meetings for specific times by using the calendar. In the top right, you can either select “meet now” or “new meeting” where you will be prompted to invite users and select a time and date. Users will be sent an invitation, and if they accept it will automatically get added to their calendar, similarly to the meeting function in Outlook.
An additional feature of Teams is Live Events. Live Events are more like webinars than video calls, as they allow a presenter to broadcast to a specified audience. These are useful for company updates, educational presentations and more.
Make notes in meetings
With the built-in notes feature for meetings in Teams, it is possible to create typed notes whilst in the call. Click the three dots at the bottom of your team and you will see the “add notes” button. These notes can be shared with the team at the end of the meeting or saved for personal use.
Share your screen and take control
In the office, we are always running over to each other’s PCs to look at their screens. Luckily, in Teams, you can share your screen in your meetings and calls, allowing you to easily explain and demonstrate just as you would in the office environment.
You can do this by clicking the “share screen” button when in a meeting or a call.
Furthermore, it is possible to allow another user in your call to take control of your system. When sharing your screen, in the sharing toolbar, clicking the “give control” button will allow your colleague to take over your mouse. This is useful for providing support just as you would in the office.
Organise your workload
With Team’s structured channels with separate places for files, conversations and notes, it’s easy to ensure your workload is organised and managed to a high standard. With a built-in calendar, automatic backups and auto-save features on files, you can ensure your files never get lost and your no meeting ever gets forgotten.
More helpful tips for Microsoft Teams
If you are new to Teams, getting your Teams and Channels up and running might be a little bit confusing. More information can be found on Microsoft’s helpful End User Training page, which you can find here.
Here you can find in-depth guides to creating Teams and Channels, help and documentation, YouTube tutorials and live, online training guides.
If you are interested in Microsoft Teams or Office 365 Cloud Solutions, please get in touch by calling 01189 186817 or email firstname.lastname@example.org