BYOD is likely the single biggest issue that most IT organizations face. These devices, frequently introduced by end users, create a myriad of problems for data protection, security, data management, privacy, and many others. And finding ways to manage the flood of devices is essential.
In this highly informative eSeminar, we will examine how identity services help meet key BYOD objectives such as:
Register now for this free CDW sponsored event to hear the latest from CDW’s Identity Services Specialist, Ziyad Roumaya, where they will share real world experience and the latest best practices how identity services can mitigate some of your biggest issues around BYOD.
XP End of Support - 5 Ways to Mitigate Risk Now
While you likely have very good reasons for remaining on WinXP after end of support -- an estimated 20-30% of worldwide devices still are -- the bottom line is your security risk is now significant. In the absence of security patches, attackers will certainly turn their attention to this new opportunity.
Sponsored by Lumension
Eliminating Admin Rights - Learn From Your Peers via Actual Use Cases
Certain Windows applications and desktop functions require local administrative privileges in order to run and function properly on a desktop or laptop. But granting full admin rights creates a less secure environment and opens the door for malicious hackers and viruses. During this webcast, three use case scenarios will be presented by IT professionals who will share how they approached their projects to eliminate admin rights. They will walk through their research, solution and results.
Sponsored by Viewfinity
Virtualizing Exchange: Protection Made Easy
Have you held off virtualizing Exchange due to concerns about added complexity and other issues? These concerns can be addressed using best practices to ensure a successful virtualization. This will allow you to reap the benefits of running Exchange in a virtualized environment.
Sponsored by Veeam