In this issue, discover how to navigate the complexity of channel partner programmes to best foster relationships, how business intelligence software is helping companies look beyond Covid-19, and why leaders are looking forward to 2021
In this week's Computer Weekly, the world of cyber security will probably never return to its pre-pandemic state – we look ahead. The combination of remote working and streaming video is putting extra strain on networks. And we look at how digital transformation is changing the way contact centres are run. Read the issue now.
This resource explores a remote access technology that lets your end users connect to their work computer from virtually any computer or smartphone in a cost-effective, secure, business oriented manner that your business will approve of.
Backup is a pretty complex ecosystem. There's data explosion, increasing recovery demands, a shrinking backup window and a limited IT budget. In this webinar you'll hear 2 key backup experts discuss the best practices around critical success factors.
In this week's Computer Weekly, with staff working from home during the coronavirus crisis, we look at three key technology areas to consider. We find out about a novel approach to teaching security awareness to users. And we examine the role of IT in corporate environmental, social and governance programmes. Read the issue now.
The increase of new technologies that enable remote data access 24x7, the escalating sophistication of cyber criminals and rising insider risks have forced organizations to change their approach to endpoint security and data protection.
Read this paper to learn how deploying routed WAN solutions for borderless networks enables your business to support mobile workers and branch offices therefore contributing to increased productivity and performance across the enterprise.
In this e-guide: Each month Computer Weekly poses a question to its Security Think Tank, a panel of cyber security experts comprising industry insiders, technologists, analysts, legal experts and educators, to share their years of collective cyber security wisdom with the security community.
Mobile workers need access to the same tools and applications they use in the office. Mobile Remote Access Services (MRAS) from AT&T provide added security to help keep employees connected to the tools they need to be efficient and productive.
Unified Communications (UC) can be viewed as another set of data and protocols utilizing IP networks. From a security perspective, it is very similar to other IP data services. This document describes the security issues that organizations should consider as they deploy UC, and offers Polycom's recommendations for implementing secured UC.