Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Strategies for Gaining Control and Securing Mobility

Strategies for Gaining Control and Securing Mobility | Best Practices for Automation and Limiting Risk

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WHITE PAPER: Dell | Symantec
Strategies for Gaining Control and Securing Mobility
We are in the midst of a mobile revolution. Numbers of mobile devices are growing with some experts predicting that employees will be carrying three or more devices. Growth is not limited to just devices. As the number of enterprise apps rapidly expands, "an app for everything" is a slogan few would question. Learn More

WEBCAST: Enterprise Management Associates
Best Practices for Automation and Limiting Risk
Everyone knows that effective network management practices start with establishing a full foundational understanding of the network. But simply monitoring individual elements can only get you so far. Learn More

WHITE PAPER: Ping Identity
5 Reasons It's Time For Secure Single Sign-On
While cloud-based applications provide many business benefits including lowering capital expenditures, they can also drive up operational expenses by requiring more administration and lowering employee productivity due to more application login-ins, password resets and helpdesk calls. Learn More

WEBCAST: Ping Identity
BYOD – It's Not about the Device
BYOD creates issues with protecting business applications and data. It is hard to protect these devices with the traditional model of IAM. Explore how modern identity protocols like OAuth & OpenID Connect enables this separation, protecting both the employee's privacy and the enterprise's data. Learn More>>

EMA's Look at BMC Remedy OnDemand
Increasingly, enterprise organizations are moving to the cloud for IT Service Management (ITSM)—but is cloud delivery right for your business? Learn More

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