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      • How to empower mobile workers with remote desktop apps

        Enterprise mobility initiatives are fruitless if end users don’t buy in. IT and business leaders must deliver a high-quality user experience and implement agile, mobile-friendly workflows to get employees on board. Merely providing connectivity isn’t enough; companies should examine how work gets done, have a strategy for constant improvement and understand the value that mobility can provide.

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      • Why we need cyber war games

        27 January 2015

        Includes:
        • CIO interview: Enterprise Rent-A-Car European IT director Jeff King
        • Two resolutions every IT leader should make in 2015
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      • Mobility management evolves into BYOD and beyond

        Enterprises have come to rely on BYOD policies as they strive to balance user privacy with security concerns. However, IT is shifting its focus to apps, data and the cloud. Once desktop admins get past the ever-bubbling alphabet soup of BYOD, MAM, MDM and EMM, they need to decide which tools are best for their—and their users’—jobs. Take a look at how desktop management has evolved to endpoint management and how IT must view devices as just one ingredient in the stew. IT is evolving past the need for bring your own device policies, as organizations shift their focus to securing data in the cloud, controlling network access to corporate apps and a more holistic approach to device management.

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      • Virtual desktops can add resilience to disaster recovery

        One of the perks of virtual desktop infrastructure is that you can use it as a disaster recovery tool. Not only must businesses relying on virtual desktops make sure that they have backups, but they must also be aware of storage requirements and desktop as a service expectations. When considered as part of a DR plan, VDI can improve centralized management and control in case of a disaster.

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  • CWEurope

    The monthly CW Europe e-zine focuses on multiple themes relevant to the European market. CW Europe discusses key management issues for IT pros – from building a new data centre, considering cloud computing, to developing a more secure infrastructure.

  • Modern Infrastructure

    Modern Infrastructure covers the convergence of technologies -- from cloud computing to virtualization to mobile devices -- and the impact on data centers.

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  • Mobility management evolves into BYOD and beyond

    Enterprises have come to rely on BYOD policies as they strive to balance user privacy with security concerns. However, IT is shifting its focus to apps, data and the cloud. Once desktop admins get past the ever-bubbling alphabet soup of BYOD, MAM, MDM and EMM, they need to decide which tools are best for their—and their users’—jobs. Take a look at how desktop management has evolved to endpoint management and how IT must view devices as just one ingredient in the stew. IT is evolving past the need for bring your own device policies, as organizations shift their focus to securing data in the cloud, controlling network access to corporate apps and a more holistic approach to device management.

  • Companies mine personal info to tailor the customer experience

    With approximately 1.3 billion users on Facebook alone and countless more on other social media sites, customers have never been more willing to submit personal information and comments about their increasingly high expectations -- as well as their experiences and problems. For companies, that means lots and lots of data. Unfortunately, many of them don’t yet understand what do with it.

    In this chapter of the e-book The Risks and Rewards of Customer Experience Management, journalist Albert McKeon reports on the business practices at several organizations working to successfully improve the customer experience through data analysis. By analyzing user information, demographics and other personal information via social media, Moviepilot -- which requires users to sign in through their Facebook account -- says it now can better predict the viewing habits of its 20 million users. Next, McKeon tackles customer experience management in healthcare. Providers and other companies, such as international auditing firm KPMG, are aiming to help providers improve patient care through data analysis of treatment patterns, costs and medical outcomes. In the current healthcare climate, however, that’s a tall order. Before finishing up, McKeon offers up a few suggestions to ensure analytics success.

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  • How to empower mobile workers with remote desktop apps

    Enterprise mobility initiatives are fruitless if end users don’t buy in. IT and business leaders must deliver a high-quality user experience and implement agile, mobile-friendly workflows to get employees on board. Merely providing connectivity isn’t enough; companies should examine how work gets done, have a strategy for constant improvement and understand the value that mobility can provide.

  • Virtual desktops can add resilience to disaster recovery

    One of the perks of virtual desktop infrastructure is that you can use it as a disaster recovery tool. Not only must businesses relying on virtual desktops make sure that they have backups, but they must also be aware of storage requirements and desktop as a service expectations. When considered as part of a DR plan, VDI can improve centralized management and control in case of a disaster.

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