To get the most out of their computer automation initiatives, financial institutions must take a step back, assess their current IT environments, adjust as needed and make important decisions regarding the future of their IT infrastructures.
To get the most out of their computer automation initiatives, healthcare organizations must take a step back, assess their current IT environments, adjust as needed and make important decisions regarding the future of their IT infrastructures.
While seemingly counter intuitive, organizations can actually create IT efficiencies without having to cut service levels by adopting a systems management strategy that embraces the concept of “Discover, Manage, Automate and Validate.”
Banks want to use technology to work smarter, better and faster to maintain regulatory compliance, reduce risk and increase productivity. Automated IT systems management is helping them reach those goals in a seamless, efficient manner.
To win the ongoing war against hackers and cyber criminals, IT professionals must do two things: Deploy and maintain endpoint security tools with the latest updates, and ensure the software applications running in their networks have the latest available patches.
As an IT professional, you know that when you have many users to support, every second count. Your remote connection speed and reliability are critical to your ability to resolve issues quickly, maximizing IT efficiency and ensuring a happy and productive end user.
Banking systems are inherently distributed in multiple branch and ATM locations, as well as home banking over the internet. As the number of access points grows, so does the complexity of IT systems management. Systems need to be readily available and productive yet secure and protected from data-breach.
Healthcare systems are inherently distributed across large campus environments, making regular IT systems management complex and time consuming. The risks of irregular maintenance and non-compliance of IT and security policies are not only measured in dollars lost but in lives saved.
Three common types of software make you more vulnerable than you realize. While complete and thorough vulnerability management is next to impossible, a few simple steps go a long way toward reducing risk. Download this ebook to discover what steps to take to begin evolving away from patch management toward software and vulnerability management.
The hidden threat in securing your infrastructure from vulnerabilities lies with IT’s difficulty in managing third-party software.
2017 was billed as the worst on record for cybersecurity. No doubt, the continued rise of modern threat vectors has IT on high alert. In essence, IT professionals view their role as responsible for keeping the door shut. However, even with IT administrators keenly aware that most exploits can be averted simply by keeping the environment current, the task is no small feat and often isn’t done as well as it needs to be.
The increasing number of endpoints and the growing complexity of IT landscape brings in the need of having a unified method of managing IT. Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) gives organizations a simple, flexible way to manage and secure endpoints from an all-in-one single platform. With capabilities such as centralized discovery and management, automation and remote control, UEM equips enterprises to address complex problems encountered by IT in the current landscape.
Download this ebook to learn how to enable your IT teams to eliminate roadblocks and increase productivity and move forward on their way to the digital transformation of the enterprise.
Few salient points:
-The challenges faced by modern IT teams
-How Unified Endpoint Management helps address these challenges
-Benefits of Unified Endpoint Management in the enterprise
-Kaseya’s approach to UEM
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To better understand how integrated, automated management tools can improve IT productivity,
Kaseya recently posed the following questions to Mary Johnston Turner, research director for IDC's System Management Software service, on behalf of Kaseya's corporate IT customers.