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SearchDataCenter

By Paul Korzeniowski Manage Feb 27, 2015

Disaster recovery as a service wipes out traditional DR plans

Disaster recovery planning and infrastructure builds vex IT managers. Cloud services offer lower costs and more flexibility, but not without risk. Continue Reading

SearchSecurity

By Nick Lewis Problem Solve Mar 26, 2015

Can remote wipe completely erase mobile phone data?

Remote wipe is the option most people think of when looking to erase data on mobile phones, but it isn't always the most effective. Expert Nick Lewis explores how to fully remove data from a device. Continue Reading

SearchEnterpriseDesktop

By Dan Sullivan Evaluate Nov 17, 2014

What's the best way to remote wipe a user-owned laptop?

Tools are now available to IT for a remote wipe of user-owned laptops. But set clear BYOD security policies and inform users. Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

Jan 12, 2015

Security Think Tank: Mitigation strategies for data-wiping malware

How much should businesses worry about computer-killing malware? And what steps should they take to mitigate such attacks? Continue Reading

MicroscopeUK

By Nick Booth Jul 08, 2014

The man who wiped $56bn off the storage industry

Nick Booth hears from innovator and lecturer Ash Ashutosh who is threatening to change the storage industry Continue Reading

SearchFinancialApplications

By Tony Kontzer Evaluate May 14, 2014

Wipe out Excel tax chaos with tax provisioning software

Using Excel spreadsheets for tax provisioning can be, well, taxing. Learn how dedicated software can simplify and improve the process. Continue Reading

SearchCompliance

By Emily McLaughlin Evaluate Feb 26, 2014

Safeguard data with training and remote device wipe capabilities

In this #GRCchat recap, learn why remote device wipe is a good option for IT departments looking to safeguard data -- both corporate and personal. Continue Reading

SearchConsumerization

By Craig Mathias Evaluate Sep 09, 2013

Why remote wipe may not be a godsend

Using remote wipe won't keep sensitive data from falling into the wrong hands. By the time you perform a wipe, that data has already been compromised. Continue Reading

SearchSoftwareQuality

By John Overbaugh Get Started Jan 20, 2014

Remote wiping: Tools and practices to protect corporate data

Mobile connectivity increases productivity but threatens corporate data. John Overbaugh discusses the advantages and limitations of remote wiping. Continue Reading

MicroscopeUK

By Alex Scroxton Oct 24, 2012

Juniper Networks profit wiped out after restructuring

Juniper Networks has seen its quarterly net profits for the three months to the end of September 2012 all but wiped out after a massive restructuring bill Continue Reading