For the functional/line of business manager of a competitive enterprise, managing a mobile workforce can create challenges. How can you effectively monitor and mentor people you can't see? What tools do they need to carry out their day-to-day tasks? How can you facilitate collaboration?
As an organization, you probably have many of the component parts of a mobile collaboration strategy already. But they may not be working together as cohesively as they could.<br/><br/>Here, we outline a seven-step process for IT leaders to implement a sustainable mobile collaboration strategy.
As networks become more decentralized and users connect directly to SaaS applications, security must also shift to the cloud. A new category of products is emerging to address these changes, the Secure Internet Gateway (SIG).
Today, more and more is happening off-network. More roaming users. More corporate-owned laptops accessing the internet from other networks. More cloud apps, mean that users don't need to be on the corporate network to get work done. And more branch offices connecting directly to the internet.
The applications and infrastructure that we used sat behind a firewall. Branch offices would backhaul traffic to headquarters, so they would get the same security protection. The focus from a security perspective was to secure the network perimeter. Today, that picture has changed a great deal.
Join Andrew Hillier, co-founder and CTO of Cirba and guest speaker, Mary Johnston Turner, IDC Research Vice President Enterprise Systems Management Software, to learn why workload aware multi-cloud capacity and migration analytics are becoming critical enablers to modern cloud strategies
Security used to be more about building a taller wall around your perimeter and checking off boxes for compliance and HR acceptable use policies, instead of defending the business against data breaches and advanced attacks. Most security products were built as closed systems that couldn't integrate together or share intelligence.