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A quick glance at the business headlines will tell you that the current approaches to securing IT infrastructure are falling short. Developed long before cloud, BYOD, and the hyper-connectivity of the current business environment, today’s security solutions address only discrete parts of the enterprise in isolation; they lock down the network or the endpoint, the user or the data. Operating in silos, these approaches create gaps that can be exploited, and force IT to manage each piece separately. They challenge end users with pointless, inefficient complexity, which increases cost without adequately reducing risk. And as a result, security becomes the process of restriction and denial, rather than a business enabler.
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Carelessness can lead to accidental data theft and loss. You want to enable your employees to collaborate and be productive — without intentionally or unintentionally putting data at risk.
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The amount of malware in the world is increasing, and it can have devastating effects on your organization. Prevention -- not reaction -- is the best defense. Ransomware is one of the top threats — and it’s on the rise. Ransomware damages reputations, drains productivity and costs organizations millions.
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This study investigates the trends, drivers, challenges and outcomes of organizations as regards their workforce technology security strategy. Growing sophistication of attacks makes you IT infrastructure vulnerable to security threats
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This study investigates the trends, drivers, challenges and outcomes of organizations as regards their workforce transformation strategy. Though the end goal of meeting customer priorities is aligned, challenges faced by business and IT are not aligned.
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When it comes to upgrading, it’s hard to make everybody happy, let alone more productive. So, before you start looking at new technology, you might want to take a look at your employees first. They work in all kinds of different ways nowadays. But how do you make sure that everyone in your organization has the right equipment for their working styles to deliver what’s best for the organization? Use this guide to have a successful conversation with IT to ensure your employees are given the technology solutions that will make them productive and happy.
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Business success is, literally, in your employees hands – in the form of the IT they use every day. It’s your choice: Equip employees with the solutions that will help your organization win or lose.  Spotlight on: Remote employees, Someone who is working full time (at least 30 hrs/week) outside the company building(s) or campus, from home or another location.
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Stay in the zone. Give your creative professionals the power to do more. Want to design and edit breakthrough content? See how the newest generation of Dell Precision workstations can improve your creative process.
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When it comes to upgrading, it’s hard to make everybody happy, let alone more productive. So, before you start looking at new technology, you might want to take a look at your employees first. They work in all kinds of dierent ways nowadays. But how do you make sure that everyone in your organization has the right equipment for their working styles to deliver what’s best for the organization? Use this guide to have a successful conversation with IT to ensure your employees are given the technology solutions that will make them productive and happy.
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A quick glance at the business headlines will tell you that the current approaches to securing IT infrastructure are falling short. Developed long before cloud, BYOD, and the hyper-connectivity of the current business environment, today’s security solutions address only discrete parts of the enterprise in isolation; they lock down the network or the endpoint, the user or the data. Operating in silos, these approaches create gaps that can be exploited, and force IT to manage each piece separately. They challenge end users with pointless, inefficient complexity, which increases cost without adequately reducing risk. And as a result, security becomes the process of restriction and denial, rather than a business enabler.
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