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vSentry and the Art of VDI Security

very good points!

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Extending Enterprise Storage Services To Make Them BYOD Friendly

BYOD is not going away soon and the adoption rate is accelerating. Virtualization is now a standard technology in the data centre.  The question comes up is how do you extend enterprise storage services to non IT devices? Content creation … Continue reading

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Security Should Be An Enabler To End User Productivity Not A Barrier..

Security has been a “in your face technology”  as a result of the traditional view that a locked down environment is a safe environment. The issue with a locked down environment is it inhibits creativity and productivity which is a … Continue reading

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Business Tired Of Being Painted With The Same Technology Brush!

The corporate standard for computing is now becoming a business versus an IT driven standard but someone forgot to tell IT!  For its 2013 predictions, IDC anticipates by 2016 80% of IT investments will involve business executives.  The argument for … Continue reading

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Compromising Positions: End User Privacy In The Workplace

Protecting corporate assets but also an individuals privacy when using BYOD devices has become a criteria for evaluating end user management tools in the enterprise.  Privacy is something that end users are becoming more conscience of in their working lives.  … Continue reading

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Secure And Manage The User Not The Device At The Endpoint.

The most pressing challenge in the enterprise is the securing of endpoints within the enterprise. The user and the device have been treated as the same entity which is the reason most IT strategies fail especially with BYOD! As discussed … Continue reading

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Apps + BYOD = Productivity not the OS

Applications make users productive not Operating Systems or Hardware. The elephant in the room is “What is your application road map for the enterprise?”  The confusion in the B.Y.O.D market is not that people are bringing in new devices but … Continue reading

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