Today, it goes without saying that all new IT systems must offer a certain level of logging in connection with user activity. Who goes to what? When? And with what rights?
Logging is also needed to set up alarms if something does not happen or something that requires attention for some other reason.
For example, using MS Azure and Office365 for a variety of services is no problem. There is massive logging on virtually any user activity.
But what if you have a local Windows Server environment? Or would you like to monitor what happens to clients without paying a fortune for ATP? Or have Windows 7 on the workstations?
With stashIT from Danish Z4it, you can very easily and cheaply collect all local logs and send them to Azure, where you can collect all your on-prem and cloud logs in one place. It suddenly provides the same monitoring and alarm capabilities for all local servers and PCs as for the services you use in Azure. It's really smart and efficient!
In connection with documentation of 'what has happened', this type of overall logging saves a considerable amount of time, and increases the chance of adequate incident documentation considerably.
See more here , to read details and possibly take a trial. It only takes 45 minutes to set up, and you have control of your logs once and for all.