John Girard avait prévu une nouvelle orientation dans la gestion de niveau application qui était liée à l’utilisation de terminaux personnels et à la résistance que montraient les employés devant la gestion par l’entreprise de leurs terminaux personnels.
Hace menos de un año, las predicciones de los analistas inducían
a los entusiastas de la movilidad a creer que se acercaba el día del juicio final para el sector de la gestión de dispositivos móviles (MDM).
¿Gestión de dispositivos móviles (MDM), contenedorización o ambas?
Hace menos de un año, las predicciones de los analistas inducían
a los entusiastas de la movilidad a creer que se acercaba el día del juicio final para el sector de la gestión de dispositivos móviles (MDM). En un acto con analistas celebrado en 2013, un comité de analistas dijo a los asistentes que el fenómeno de uso de dispositivos personales (BYOD) desembocaría en una reducción de los precios, una caída en picado de las ventas y la desaparición de
un sector. «En estos momentos, la gestión de dispositivos móviles
es un caos y creo que ese mercado va a desaparecer», declaró
John Girard ante los asistentes (según CRN.com). Girard predijo
una transición hacia la gestión a nivel de aplicación forzada por
la tendencia BYOD y la reticencia de los empleados a la gestión
de dispositivos personales.
The economy isn’t standing still. For your business to succeed, your employees shouldn’t either. That’s why companies of all types are moving to empower their mobile workforce and engage with customers in innovative ways.
To realize their potential, enterprises need to find ways to make a mobile workforce as productive when they’re away from the office and on their mobile devices as they are in the office. This means mobility systems must give users a seamless experience across the ever-expanding types of mobile devices employees use, for easy access to business-critical applications. At the same time, it must deliver a secure workspace that complies with security regulations, protects devices, plus guards business and customer data, from expanding security threats.
In the cacophony of business headlines, news of data security breaches come through like a high-tempo drum beat. In fact, the number of incidents keeps growing at a rate of 66 percent CAGR, with a cost per breach of $5.9 million. And some of the world’s most recognized brands are sustaining bruises to their
reputations and harmful hits to their bottom lines as they scramble to repair the damages.
Enterprise IT organizations are facing an elusive enemy perpetrators who range from sophisticated cyber criminals and government-sponsored spies to hackers and script kiddies, and who have motives as diverse as money, politics, or simply youthful mischief.
La movilidad sigue siendo una de las principales oportunidades estratégicas para cualquier tipo de empresa gracias al potencial para que sea más competitiva, ya sea incrementando la productividad de los empleados o captando clientes con métodos innovadores. Para aprovechar dicho potencial, la movilidad empresarial debe brindar a los usuarios una experiencia fluida entre dispositivos de distinto tipo y habilitar un área de trabajo segura para las aplicaciones empresariales clave. Para satisfacer las necesidades móviles de los empleados y la cartera de clientes, las empresas deben disponer de soluciones de autogestión y BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) fiables con una plataforma establecida cuya capacidad de ampliación permita la incorporación de nuevos procesos.
As enterprises embrace adoption of Microsoft Office 365 to drive productivity by using the latest mobile applications and alleviate the complexity and costs associated with on-premise Exchange environments, achieving a balance between security and user experience is often difficult. In this 60-minute webinar, discover how VMware AirWatch® Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) easily integrates with both Office 365 and VMware Identity Manager to optimize user experience and ensure data is secure across all devices and platforms. An AirWatch expert will give an in-depth demonstration of the advantages of deploying Office 365 with AirWatch by VMware, as well as conduct a Q&A session.
Take a look at our cloud-first, modern Windows management and security solution that fundamentally changes how IT approaches PC lifecycle management. Join us to learn how unified endpoint management helps organizations lower the cost of managing Windows deployments; streamlines securing endpoints, apps and data on any network; and delivers peak user experience across any Windows device.
• Consolidate your Windows management across devices on or off the domain
• Deliver and install Win32 software more reliably and quickly
• Deploy security patches instantly and remediate vulnerabilities faster
• Unify your endpoint management functions across desktops and mobile
• First look at how organizations are using UEM for Windows 10
Take a deeper look into how AirWatch enables Windows management to evolve from a rigid PC-centric approach to one offering a flexible and over-the-air configuration model. This session will delve into the specific configuration, security and OS patch management technologies that AirWatch introduces, as well as leveraging AirWatch alongside conventional Windows management tools that are in use today.
• Leverage product provisioning and native configuration management features for policy management from the cloud
• Integrate with the new Windows Update as a Service to flexibly manage OS updates and patches on or off the domain
• Ensure endpoint security and data protection via advanced security features in the management platform and Windows 10
Ask any cybersecurity professional and she’ll tell you that her job is getting increasingly difficult. Why? Most will point to a combination of the dangerous threat landscape, IT complexity, and their overwhelming workload. These issues are driving a major transition in enterprise security. Large organizations must move beyond a threat prevention mentality to
become proactive cyber-¬-attack “hunters” that constantly monitor their networks for signs of trouble. This shift to proactive hunting will require new technologies that collect, process, and analyze massive amounts of security data, offer intelligent security analytics for real-¬-time incident detection, integrate threat intelligence to align suspicious internal activities with
external threats, and provide analysts with the right data analytics features to query and manipulate data for historical investigations.
The Ponemon institute recently interviewed Fortune 500 companies down to the mid-market to find "The State of Mobile Application Insecurity." Sponsored by IBM, the paper explores why security is being left behind or completely out of app development.
IBM Security and IBM Information Management solutions for security work with the IBM System z platform to allow the mainframe to serve as an enterprise security hub, providing comprehensive, centralized security capabilities for organizations with distributed, multiplatform IT environments.
Published By: Dell EMC
Published Date: Feb 23, 2017
This study provides IT decision-makers with insight on various types of clouds and how they are used today along with a practical framework to evaluate converged infrastructure versus do-it-yourself approaches. Based on interviews with organizations that implemented VCE solutions, Forrester Consulting quantified how VCE converged infrastructure drove significant increases in IT efficiency and productivity, as well as decreases in the cost associated with infrastructure, security, and compliance. The study describes a process for setting improvement goals and measuring success for infrastructure modernization. This process is supported by an intuitive template.
Published By: Dell EMC
Published Date: May 09, 2018
Dell’s approach to PC Lifecycle management is designed to help customers make the change from IT maintenance to innovation all while controlling their PC infrastructure costs. With this eGuide IT professionals will learn how to deploy, secure, and support PCs with unparalleled efficiency leveraging Dell’s industry-leading hardware, services, and security solutions. Access the eGuide from Dell and Intel® and you will learn:
• Why IT needs to take a different approach PC lifecycle management
• The four critical stages of the PC lifecycle (Plan, Deploy, Manage, and Retire)
• How to partner with Dell to strategically migrate to Windows 10
• What solutions can help in each phase to reduce costs and increase IT productivity
• The latest security solutions to protect data and employees
Enterprise mobility management and identity and access management offerings are moving toward meaningful integration. IAM and mobility leaders must take advantage to gain convenience, security and efficiency benefits.
The shift to the cloud is changing how companies think about their IT infrastructure and what they must do to manage it. The on-demand applications and services that comprise a cloud services network enable companies to rapidly deploy powerful capabilities to a broad set of users at very low costs. However, they also introduce challenges associated with securing and controlling users and access, simplifying adoption and scaling of these applications, and providing insight into utilization to ensure the business is optimizing its cloud investments. Okta’s on-demand identity management service enables companies to address these challenges head-on by being designed from the ground up as a scalable, secure, multi-tenant service that protects your data through centralized access control. This whitepaper details Okta’s focus on security and reliability, how Okta enhances security and how Okta itself stays secure.
Watch this webinar replay to explore the principles that guide Google’s security and privacy policies in order to understand how going Google can transform your organisation without compromising security.
Rather than simply enhancing and supporting traditional methods, the use of digital technologies should enable brand new types of innovation and creativity. However, most of us have grown up with rigid, legacy technology-based business systems—process-oriented and mostly built around predictable, repeatable steps. If this sounds familiar, your business model may now be under threat from “digital Darwinism”—a tipping point caused by digital technologies and downstream market effects. Or perhaps nimbler, lower cost-base competitors are about to overtake you with a more innovative approach, better use of data or smarter use of technology. In this climate, “business as usual” is certainly no longer good enough.
Going with a single-vendor collaboration platform is an easy call, right?
Employees can communicate and share more easily, and your IT team only has to deal with implementation from one vendor, not dozens.
But, in case you’re still pondering, here are five reasons a collaboration suite makes sense:
1.Saved time and increased productivity
2.Lower costs and less complexity
3.End-to-end security compliance
4.Scaling at your pace
5.Control over the back end
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