Construction giant gains competitive edge with zero-trust approach to security

Long-time @Microsoft customer, #TheWalshGroup chose the Microsoft Azure team when they were ready to invest in integrated Threat Protection with a zero-trust approach. See how the company gained a competitive edge in the article below.

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When The Walsh Group—one of the largest construction contractors in the United States—moved to the cloud, it realized it needed better ways to manage who accesses its systems. The company set up identity as the control plane—with Microsoft Azure Active Directory at the center and a zero-trust security stance to better protect access to all its resources. Now, The Walsh Group CIO says the company leads the industry in securing access to its hybrid environment, giving it a competitive advantage. Read the article for more.

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