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Network security in a world of mobile workers
In this edition of Network Evolution E-zine, we explore how VDI is solving many bring-your-own-device (BYOD) challenges, and provide examples of how this strategy has seen success within industries including retail, healthcare and finance. Also inside: So-called "next-generation" firewalls are one of the past few year's most hyped technologies, but now they are also dominating the market, according to Gartner’s latest Magic Quadrant. Do they live up to the hype? Finally, get the inside scoop on mobile device security, and how to build the best policy so it doesn't compromise your users and increase network risks.
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Features in this issue
IT organizations are finding that virtual desktop infrastructure is ready-made to take on the biggest BYOD challenge—providing secure, remote access to corporate assets.
Just when we thought NAC had fizzled, the technology may make a comeback as IT managers seek news ways of controlling personal mobile device access to corporate networks.
An architecture firm IT manager finds himself mitigating the risks of BYOD after he realizes there is no easy answer to managing and securing personal devices on the network.
BYOD policies require a new set of mobile device security best practices. Instead of thinking, “Block access,” network managers must now think, “Enable access safely."
News in this issue
Next-generation firewalls have enjoyed a lot of hype in recent years, but now they are also dominating the market, according to Gartner’s latest firewall Magic Quadrant.
With the right strategy, mobile device security doesn't have to be a compromise between user demands and network risks.