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  • Deakin University Pivots Seamlessly to a 100% Digital Campus

    Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies

    When Deakin University needed to quickly ensure uninterrupted access to course materials and other digital resources for users worldwide, longtime partner Akamai helped provide the right solution. Download this case study to learn more.

  • When Everything is Closed, Keep Your Business Open with Remote Access

    Sponsored by: Aruba Networks

    When the unexpected happens, it doesn’t have to mean downtime for your business. In this infographic, learn how Aruba remote access solutions can help provide your business with seamless access, always-on connectivity, zero-touch provisioning, and more.

  • SIG - Cisco Umbrella

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    Cisco Umbrella is a Secure Internet Gateway (SIG) that provides the first line of defense against threats on the internet, wherever users go. With integrated cloud security, users are kept secure, and retention of all internet activity reduces incident response time. Learn about the benefits and key features of Umbrella in this white paper.

  • Lockdown Lessons: Closing Security Gaps

    Sponsored by: Webroot

    It’s known that keys to security include finding the best technology and putting protocols in place to keep intruders out and employees vigilant. But simple processes such as updating systems, installing patches and disabling unnecessary services can also go a long way. Read this white paper to learn more about gaps to close in your network.

  • Now We’re All Working from Home, We Need to Become More Cybersecurity Aware

    Sponsored by: Kaspersky Lab

    Remote access, passwords, security awareness, cybersecurity, cyber-awareness, endpoint security: All are keywords and phrases that you need to prioritize if you haven’t already. They should be top-of-mind alongside trust, device management and patching. Browse this article for literature on the required increase in security and security awareness.

  • Research Shows IT Security Change Needed in Wake of COVID-19 Work-from-Home Move

    Sponsored by: Kaspersky Lab

    Employees are working remote, and there a large disparity between where secure access was before COVID-19 and where it needs to be now. Organizations cannot afford to leave their doors open when employees are behind their doors at home. Read this blog post for statistics on remote work and guidelines for protecting your network.

  • Enable and protect your remote workforce

    Sponsored by: AT&T Cybersecurity

    This white paper is intended to help you make smart, strategic decisions on the tools and services available to bolster cybersecurity readiness in a remote environment. Download today to take a holistic approach to help protect your network when you have a remote workforce.

  • Boost cybersecurity for remote working teams with system hardening

    Sponsored by: Kaspersky Lab

    Organizations have mandated that employees work from home. This means a higher risk of cyberattacks on businesses worldwide as well as more questions about cybersecurity, specifically endpoint security. If your endpoint security isn’t working as hard as it should, system hardening may be able to help. Read this article for an in-depth overview.

  • Mobile Security for the Remote Worker

    Sponsored by: Lookout

    In the remote world, mobile device use is increasing, employees are taking more risks, and 9 to 5 is out the window. The result: security is tougher to nail down. With phishing on the rise (and productivity apps attracting phishing), mobile devices must be monitored more closely than ever. Take a glance at this infographic for more details.

  • Lockdown Lessons: Shoring up Your Network and Security Policies

    Sponsored by: Webroot

    Organizations have been required to create a sense of urgency around the review and possible rebuild of their network security. Indefinite remote work has placed architects in a fire storm, and without the proper defense and policy, your network could be in trouble. Read these 3 lockdown lessons to learn more.

  • How Organizations Implement & Manage Working From Home

    Sponsored by: CradlePoint

    Implementing and managing the right technology to keep employees secure and productive at home challenges business leaders and IT professionals during this pandemic. Help is here: View this simple yet specific infographic that details the requirements of a secure wireless enterprise network solution.

  • Security That Works Wherever You Go: Empower Your Workers to Safely Stay Productive

    Sponsored by: Lookout

    IT security professionals have never had their hands fuller than during ‘the new normal’. Cybercriminals see the many hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of remote workers as a breaching buffet, and as a result, organizations need to secure their workforces ASAP. View this brochure to find out how you can keep employees secure wherever they go.

  • Best Practices for Effective Remote Working

    Sponsored by: Orange Business Services

    Gartner reports that 41% of employees are likely to work remotely at least some of the time post-coronavirus. This means that organizations are going to have to make their remote strategies work for the long-term as well as the short. Browse this e-book for tips on collaboration and ways to effectively deploy remote access technology.

  • Be Resilient at All Times: 5 Strategies Forward

    Sponsored by: Orange Business Services

    At this point, hearing that organizations need to ‘adapt to the new normal’ is akin to listening to the same song on repeat for a couple of hours, but while many changes have been made in recent months, there doesn’t appear to be an end in sight. Businesses must remain resilient to survive, so read these 5 strategies for pushing forward.

  • The New & Next Normal

    Sponsored by: Poly

    53.9% of organizations in EMEA report that remote management is the toughest challenge of employees working remote, with security close behind at 52.9%. How have organizations embraced the new normal, and what’s in store for the future? Watch this webcast for an in-depth look at remote work trends and what companies can do to further transform.

  • 5 Ways to Keep Remote Workers Secure and Productive

    Sponsored by: Absolute Software Corporation

    Organizations are working remote whether they like it or not. As a result, best practices must be in place, and steps must be taken to ensure that your network has both the bandwidth and the security to keep your employees productive. Explore this white paper for 5 ways to ensure remote continuity.

  • Improving Cybersecurity for Remote Working

    Sponsored by: Mimecast

    Many organizations have found themselves in the middle of a work from home trial by fire. What are the security implications of this abrupt change? Which cybersecurity best practices are most critical to make this abrupt change both seamless and secure?Scan this e-book for 13 key recommendations for short and long-term remote work preparation.

  • How to Make SASE Real for Your Organization

    Sponsored by: Forcepoint

    SASE may be in its pioneering stages, but it’s shaped to revolutionize the way corporate networks are securely accessed. With network and security moving through the cloud through SASE, traffic is kept away from your network, keeping it safe from intruders. Dive into this e-book for a glimpse at SASE technology and what it could provide.

  • Cyberattacks on Mobile Devices are on the Rise

    Sponsored by: Verizon

    5G networks promise increased security, but as it stands now, many organizations need to implement their own mobile security measures. Greater functionality means greater vulnerability, and your network must be ready. This article describes the new threat landscape that arrives with 5G and tells you how your organization can prepare.

  • Itergy & Quest Live Webinar: IT Threats & Risks of the New Normal

    Sponsored by: Itergy

    After the initial changes in March, organizations are now adjusting to the ‘new normal’ – with nearly 100% of the workforce operating remotely. Organizations are now evaluating their current setup and ability to handle future changes. Watch this webinar to leverage the expertise of 2 industry leaders as they discuss these issues.

  • How Okta’s IT + Workplace Teams Are Getting Ready for Dynamic Work

    Sponsored by: Okta

    While the trends and practices within workplace optimization have varied over the last few decades, the main objective has remained the same: Optimize the productivity of people and processes. Watch this webinar and listen to 2 distinguished Okta leaders as they discuss the future of workplace optimization.

  • From 30% to 100% Remote: How to Lead the Rapid Shift to a Remote Workforce

    Sponsored by: Okta

    Connecting and communicating is critical for maintaining a semblance of normality, especially during times of crisis. Achieving this in the era of COVID-19, which saw the remote workforce jump from 30% to 100%, has been particularly challenging. Watch this webinar to see how IT and workplace technology experts at Okta handled this transition.

  • Remote Working: How to Make the Laptop Lifestyle Flow Sweetly (and Securely) for Your Business

    Sponsored by: Kaspersky Lab

    58% of staff are motivated by the flexibility offered by working from home. Take a glimpse at this white paper released before the outbreak of COVID-19 outlining WFH benefits, trends and challenges.

  • Better Protection. Less Tools. 7 Benefits of Security Consolidation.

    Sponsored by: Koncise

    Security architecture is difficult to nail down. With a myriad of companies specializing in various technologies, creating a good posture can be an arduous task. What you may not know is that reliance on one vendor alone can provide benefits not noticed until they are closely examined. This white paper gives an overview of security consolidation.

  • BlackBerry AI-Powered Zero Trust

    Sponsored by: BlackBerry

    Endpoint security affects all aspects of an organization, not least when workforces are remote. To this end, Zero Trust can be a double-edged sword for leaders in industry. Namely, they want to stock up on security without sacrificing user experience. How can this be done in a mature manner? This webcast presents models that organizations can use.

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