A guide to Mac device management: Enrolment, rollout and support

If your Windows-based company is about to introduce Apple devices management for the first time, you and your IT team may feel uneasy about getting up to speed with this new operating system (OS).

The good news is that Apple devices were designed for secure, remote management, and their administrative tools are as beautiful and intuitive as their hardware design.

To help you break into this new space, here’s a brief guide to help you better understand how Mac computers...

Seeking the answers to today’s toughest enterprise endpoint security questions

Enterprises who are increasing the average number of endpoint security agents from 9.8 last year to 10.2 today aren’t achieving the endpoint resilience they need because more software agents create more conflicts, leaving each endpoint exposed to a potential breachOne in three enterprise devices is being used with a non-compliant VPN, further increasing the risk of a breach60% of breaches can be linked to a vulnerability where a patch was available, but not applied. Windows 10 devices in...

How to win friends and influence people: Using workplace technology to attract and retain staff

For years we have been promised that the gap between consumer and workplace technology is closing – from the introduction of policies such as bring your own device (BYOD) to some businesses directly consulting employees on which new technologies they’d like to use.

This sounds great in theory, but the reality of workplace technology is much less perfect for many of us. While the technology people use in their home lives seems to continue improving at an exponential rate,...