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  • How to secure your on-the-go data

    The use of encryption is key, but identity management and DLP have their parts to play.

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  • Content security for the next decade

    The need to share information has never been greater as cross-organisational business processes become deeper and more complex. The movement of digital information, both within a business and across its increasingly porous boundaries to external individuals and organisations, carries more and more risk as regulations are tightened around data protection and personal privacy. Those businesses that stay ahead of their competition in the next decade will be those that put the technology in place to allow them to share content widely, but safely.

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  • Content security for the next decade

    The need to share information has never been greater as cross-organisational business processes become deeper and more complex. The movement of digital information, both within a business and across its increasingly porous boundaries to external individuals and organisations, carries more and more risk as regulations are tightened around data protection and personal privacy. Those businesses that stay ahead of their competition in the next decade will be those that put the technology in place to allow them to share content widely, but safely.

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  • Content security for the next decade

    The need to share information has never been greater as cross-organisational business processes become deeper and more complex. The movement of digital information, both within a business and across its increasingly porous boundaries to external individuals and organisations, carries more and more risk as regulations are tightened around data protection and personal privacy. Those businesses that stay ahead of their competition in the next decade will be those that put the technology in place to allow them to share content widely, but safely.

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  • Content security for the next decade

    The need to share information has never been greater as cross-organisational business processes become deeper and more complex. The movement of digital information, both within a business and across its increasingly porous boundaries to external individuals and organisations, carries more and more risk as regulations are tightened around data protection and personal privacy. Those businesses that stay ahead of their competition in the next decade will be those that put the technology in place to allow them to share content widely, but safely.

    View this Report
  • Content security for the next decade

    The need to share information has never been greater as cross-organisational business processes become deeper and more complex. The movement of digital information, both within a business and across its increasingly porous boundaries to external individuals and organisations, carries more and more risk as regulations are tightened around data protection and personal privacy. Those businesses that stay ahead of their competition in the next decade will be those that put the technology in place to allow them to share content widely, but safely.

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  • Soaring across the regions - a view of the impact of the internet on business

    The internet offers any business the opportunity to present a commercial image independent of the organisation's size and location. Small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) across the UK have exploited the internet as it has evolved from an interesting medium for the technology-aware to an essential commercial platform. With this increasing importance, and the internet's ability to extend the reach of a business, it is valuable to realise precisely what different internet service providers (ISPs) offer before buying. This includes evaluating service level and support capabilities and understanding how these vary throughout the UK.

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  • Addressing a growing problem

    Given today's economic climate, businesses are, more than ever, looking to create additional value through the reduction of risk and by saving costs. For many, the economic downturn is seen as the best time to optimise the infrastructure that they already have in place, to look at ways to trim unnecessary expenditure and to use existing resources more effectively. As organisations are increasingly reliant on data networks that encompass an ever-growing range and number of internet protocol (IP) enabled devices and applications, they need to more effectively administer and manage these assets-they can no longer take the management of their IP networks for granted.

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  • Predictive service excellence for printing

    Networked printers and multifunction peripherals often require a high level of support and manual intervention. Secure remote monitoring platforms reduce device downtime through automating service alerts, providing proactive toner replenishment and automatic meter reading. End users benefit through improved device uptime, and manufacturers and their service partners can build proactive service relationships which can drive greater customer loyalty.

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  • Standardised battlefield SOA

    The battlespace environment presents a distinct set of issues that have been a challenge historically for information technologies (IT) and traditional architectural approaches. The inherent demands of the battlespace include the availability and reliability of information systems, with appropriate and available bandwidth for data transference, and total security. The emergence of service oriented architectures (SOA) and web services present a means of bringing a high degree of standardisation to the fore. Such an approach can deliver long-term benefits and enable defence forces to embrace and utilise new functionality rapidly and as cost-effectively as possible.

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