The New Windows Security- Achieving PC Lockdown without User Backlash

The New Windows Security- Achieving PC Lockdown without User Backlash


Today’s users want the same type of complete control over their PCs, laptops, and mobile devices at work as they enjoy at home. Unfortunately, granting your users too much power can expose you to dangers in the form of phishing schemes, financial exposure, and misconfigured applications.

So, how can you achieve a middle ground that maintains the right level of control, keeps end-users happy, and protects your data?

Download this exclusive whitepaper to answer that question with a five-step process that includes:

  • Targeted approval
  • Configuration lockdown
  • Selective elevation
  • And more

Intel® based 2 in 1s. A tablet when you want it, a laptop when you need it. Dell Latitude 7000 series (2-in-1) powered by Intel® Core™ M processor. 


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Dell, Inc. and Intel®
05 Dec 2013
05 Dec 2013
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