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  • The Enterprise Security Paradox: June 2021 Survey Report

    Have enterprises managed to find a more productive and secure way to allow employees to freely use their IT devices without sacrificing security? Read the results of this survey of 200 IT and security leaders to see how IT teams are handling the issue of more required freedoms and restrictions.

  • The CISOs Guide to Extending Zero Trust to the Endpoint

    Zero trust is a holistic approach to network security, requiring the verification of each person and device whenever it attempts to access resources on a private network, regardless of whether they are already inside the perimeter. Open up this paper to explore everything you need to know about zero trust for your organization.

  • Windows Virtual Desktop vs Citrix Virtual Apps & Desktops: Choose One or Use Both?

    Open up this paper to compare Windows Virtual Desktop vs Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops across several key areas – system requirements, cost efficiency, accessibility for SMBs, and administration experience required – to see if one, or both, fits your organization’s needs.

  • Browser Isolation vs OS Isolation

    Browser isolation is a security model that physically isolates internet users' browsing activity from their local computers, networks, and infrastructure. Open up this paper to take a closer look at browser isolation vs. OS isolation, and figure out which one works for your organization.

  • The Ultimate IT Checklist For Managing Secure and Productive Distributed Teams

    With remote work fast becoming the norm, IT leaders must be prepared to build a sustainable, long-term distributed work solution. With checklists for user productivity, security, and manageability, this resource can help get you well on your way to doing just that. Open now to get started.

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