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Chapter 3: Controlling Access for File Server Compliance
File server compliance is a daunting task for any Windows manager. In large businesses, there can be hundreds of file servers scattered across the corporate network that store a multitude of documents, images and databases, each with sensitive data hidden within. Without the correct combination of tools and technologies, organizations are unable to determine if they are meeting compliance standards.
Read this white paper to explore tools and log management systems designed to help keep file servers protected in a Windows environment. Learn how to control access for comprehensive file server compliance. Gain insight into technologies that enable more effective server compliance and discover the steps essential for setting up a log management system.
Christina Torode has been a high-tech journalist for more than a decade. Before joining TechTarget, she was a reporter for technology trade publication CRN covering a variety of beats from security and networking to telcos and the channel. She also worked as a business reporter and editor for Eagle Tribune Publishing in Massachusetts.
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