The pandemic of 2020 achieved in just a few months what experts worldwide were unable to accomplish over the last 20 years: to encourage companies to actively engage with the possibilities of digitalization.
Today, many companies have ventured to take the first step in order to remain capable of acting even during a lockdown. However, in order to consolidate the first steps that many organizations have taken and secure the long-term benefits that digitalization can provide, now is the time to lay a strong foundation. This is the only way to achieve real and lasting efficiency gains in day-to-day work.
In many companies, the use of mobile devices has become standard, and employees want to access company data from their own mobile devices. This can bring some benefits for companies, but IT Managers should also be aware of the risks.
Have you come to grips with all your mobile devices? In this white paper, you can read how you can integrate mobile devices securely and easily into your IT and efficiently manage them.
Outdated software and missing patches are open gateways for cyber attacks. You therefore need to keep track of all vulnerabilities on all computers in your company to close dangerous vulnerabilities as quickly as possible. Protect your company’s IT against malware and hackers!
Read more in our white paper about the threats posed by vulnerabilities on computers in your corporate network and how to effectively protect your IT environment.
Companies that migrate their PCs to Windows 10 are essentially jumping onto a moving train. Although the vastly improved in-place upgrade in the Pro and Enterprise edition alleviates the changeover to new releases, IT administrators are still tasked with managing the constant updates of client computers in relatively short intervals.