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  • Beyond ITAM: Enterprise(wide) technology management

    IT asset management (ITAM) has reached a crossroads. Organizations have gone all in on their digital transformation but are still using traditional ITAM strategies and tools that were never designed with a work-from-anywhere model in mind. Read this e-book for an analysis of the current state of ITAM and how to improve it.

  • Keys to Improved Employee Experience Through Better Technology Management

    In wake of the widespread adoption of remote and hybrid working models, traditional approaches to IT security, including firewalls and network access controls, can no longer deal with the complexities of today’s widely dispersed workforce. Read this white paper for different strategies designed to improve remote work productivity and security.

  • ATTACK SURFACE MANAGEMENT MATURITY REPORT

    60% of organizations have low confidence in their ability to manage attack surface risk, according to this Cybersecurity Insiders report. The report dives into how remote work is affecting security policy, how confident businesses are in their patch management efficacy, and the main challenges with protecting cloud infrastructure. Access it here.

  • The Effortless IT Audit: Using Enterprise Technology Orchestration To Track IT Inventory

    The growing diversity of assets makes it harder for IT audit professionals to assess the two key audit parameters - security and availability - of infrastructure, devices and services. But now, organizations can leverage enterprise technology orchestration to simplify this process. View 2 orchestration use cases to learn how it’s done.

  • Enterprise Technology Management Overview

    To meet the demands of simultaneously-accelerating digital transformation and complexity, CIOs and their teams need a new type of technology management solution—a new approach with 6 distinctive capabilities. Explore the 6 capabilities necessary for success here.

  • Enterprise Technology Management: The New Face of IT Asset Management

    With the growing diversity and distribution of an enterprise’s technology portfolio, you need the ability to track assets from purchase to end-of-life, identify underutilized assets, generate cost savings, and more. Download this white paper to learn how you can finally get visibility into all your IT assets with Enterprise Technology Management.

  • Boost Security and Mitigate Risk with Enterprise Technology Management

    Protecting the enterprise—including people, systems, and IT assets—has become a daunting task. Enterprise Technology Management (ETM) improves IT asset management and security to minimize risks—across data centers, devices, software, and the Cloud. Check out the white paper to see what can be achieve with ETM.

  • Transforming IT Asset Audit and Compliance Processes

    Enterprise Technology Management (ETM) enables businesses to gain greater oversight and control over audit and compliance. Access the white paper to learn about an ETM solution that can help your organization manage, secure, and optimize its full ecosystem of technology assets.

  • Rethink and reboot

    it may be time for legacy IT asset management (ITAM) solutions to give way to a newer enterprise technology management (ETM) approach. Open up this paper to uncover why this is the case, as well as some recommendations on what to look for in an ETM solution.

  • CYA (Cover Your Assets): Leveraging Enterprise Technology Orchestration For Cybersecurity

    After an asset is compromised, the first question asked by security operations is always ‘which asset?’. Through orchestration of enterprise technology, SecOps can leverage automation to answer this question (and others) in less time. Dive into this data sheet to discover 3 use cases or technology orchestration for cybersecurity.

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