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  • Mobile endpoint security: What enterprise infosec pros must know now

    Do you know how to take care of mobile endpoint security in your enterprise? This guide walks you through all aspects of the issue, from policy and strategy to emerging threats. Continue Reading

  • Workspace management hype vs. reality

    Workspaces promise to make users' lives easier by bringing all of their corporate resources into one place. For IT, new workspace management tools from large vendors aim to ease the administrative burden as well -- allowing management of physical and virtual desktops, mobile devices and even cloud-based resources from one console. The cover story in the inaugural edition of Access magazine explores the hype versus reality around workspace management and delivery.

    Also in this issue, expert columnists tackle the changing role of desktop administrators and the future of mobile strategies. The Device Spotlight shines on Samsung and Google's Chromebook Pro, which is a premium laptop, but is it worth the price? Finally, read about how one IT department used desktop virtualization to overcome a challenge with Windows apps and how IT pros define end-user computing.

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  • host (in computing)

    A host (also known as "network host") is a computer or other device that communicates with other hosts on a network. Continue Reading

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  • Recovering from ransomware starts with data protection strategy

    While ransomware attacks may be nearly impossible to stop, there are important data protection measures your organization can take to recover effectively. Continue Reading

  • What IT needs to know about unified endpoint management

    Although PCs and mobile devices perform many of the same tasks, IT administrators often manage them separately, and they use very different tools and approaches. Traditional PC-only management tools are too rigid to impose on mobile devices, and enterprise mobility management tools have focused on smartphones and tablets. It seems some vendors were waiting to see if mobile devices would kill desktop and laptop use, but that has hardly been the case. It's clear that both kinds of computing -- mobile and PC-based -- are here to stay. Unified endpoint management is emerging to help admins manage all the devices on their network with one tool.

    There are some important points to remember, however. Companies must do their due diligence and select the endpoint management product that meets their needs. That means figuring out what capabilities are necessary, and finding a product that matches up. And admins can't lock down any devices; workers need access to data so they can be productive, whether that's at a desk in the office, or at a coffee shop while they're on an international business trip.

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  • Mobile security strategy matures with BYOD

    The basic level of mobile security is to protect data and access to a network, but understanding the needs of mobile users and their devices is the key to maturing that strategy. Continue Reading

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