Symantec commissioned Applied Research to field the 2012 Endpoint Security Best Practices Survey to see how more than 1,400 IT professionals around the world are coping with endpoint security. The findings show a wide variance between how the best and worst organizations handle endpoint security practices.
Today's disconnected endpoint security and operations management are no match for the rapidly changing endpoint devices and sophisticated threat environment. In this white paper, Jon Oltsik of the Enterprise Strategy Group explores a new, integrated approach to security called, Endpoint Risk and Operations Management (EROM). By bringing security, operations, and desktop support together, organizations will be able to improve security, automate policies, reduce complexity, and simplify endpoint operations.
File-level recovery on its own, while an important mainstay in data protection best practices, is an incomplete strategy when it comes to meeting today’s stringent recovery time objectives (RTOs). System-level recovery can enhance or even eliminate manual, operator-driven recovery and deliver significant benefits to IT organizations. Find out what’s at risk, where system-level recovery fits relative to current data protection approaches, the impact system-level recovery can have on IT’s ability to meet RTOs and RPOs, and the potential of system-level recovery to reduce costs.
Listen to Jesse Kozikowski Server Analyst at Aspirus talking about Endpoint Protection and Endpoint Management integration.