The Path to Increased Productivity and Reduced Risk
Enterprise File Sharing and Sync (EFSS) products are making inroads into the enterprise -in fact, Forrester analyst Ted Schadler recently called the space the "hottest technology category since social networking". However, many EFSS implementations leave many issues unanswered, such as:
How will intellectual property be protected if a user shares or syncs it?
How will compliance be handled if regulated data ends up in the EFSS system?
How will data be discoverable if files are synced to a cloud service and the company gets entangled in a lawsuit?
Download this White Paper and see how you can take the shortest path to implementing EFSS, while protecting the organization against data loss incidents.
The trend toward individuals and even departments subscribing to easily available cloud-based services, such as file sharing applications, without IT authority, is pushing many companies to deploy a corporate online file sharing and collaboration solution (OFS).
Download the "Security Considerations for Online File Sharing" white paper and learn what you need to look out for when considering an Online File Sharing Solution.
� Advantages and disadvantages of different online file sharing deployment models - public cloud, hybrid cloud, and private cloud
� Questions you should ask regarding security - data center, network, privacy and data ownership
� Practices around data retention and e-discovery
According to a recent Citrix survey, 58% of enterprises worldwide have adopted iOS as the mobile platform of choice. Almost every IT organization is under pressure to support iOS, but only a small percentage have technical capabilities or policies in place to manage this transition.
Download the "Defending Data on iOS" report and learn:
The security and data production models inherent with iOS
The pros and cons of adopting one of the three security options: unmanaged, partially managed, and fully managed
The considerations for building a data security strategy
According to Forrester surveys, 91% of US consumers have at least one connected device. Business users are putting increased demands on internal IT to deliver mobile-enabled functions for anytime, anywhere, any-device access to information. How can enterprises prepare for the future of mobility with the requisite controls and security?
Download this "Forrester Report" and discover:
Major business and IT trends that will affect the development of a future-proof mobile support strategy
The "stateless" architecture where IT decouples security controls from the devices and the infrastructure
The changes needed in IT operations and expectations to support this new architecture
The four steps that IT professionals must follow to build a stateless architecture