ON DEMAND WEBINAR
Increased usage of Windows laptops and tablets outside your protected network have made them a prime attack vector for cybercriminals. Users transferring regulated or proprietary data to unapproved USB devices are making your machines vulnerable to data loss. As IT pros struggle to keep up with the magnitude and velocity of attacks, a new way to secure data and devices is emerging. Use of a single console can help proactively configure, manage, secure, and support user workspaces across the enterprise.
Join ITPro Today contributor and KloudReadiness CEO George Mellor and Quest Software’s Jason Morano for this comprehensive examination of how Quest KACE Desktop Authority can help IT organizations and security teams protect end users, devices and data from cyberthreats. During this session we’ll cover:
- How to proactively configure, manage and secure user workspaces.
- The productivity enhancements provided by centralized management and the ability to automate configuration of user environments.
- Reducing the cycles required to manage users across different devices, locations, and technology stacks.
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Brought to you by:
George Mellor, Contributing Editor, ITPro Today
George is a Corporate Development Specialist advising on the mission-critical business model and operational initiatives including Business Development, Infrastructure Design and Process Engineering to bring businesses into the next generation of doing business with Cloud Technology in the subscription-based economy.
Jason Morano, Sr. KACE Presales Engineer, Quest
Jason is a Senior KACE Presales Engineer at Quest and subject matter expert for Kace Desktop Authority and Kace Privilege Manager. He has a 20+ year career starting in IT support, to finishing his commercial IT career working as a security analyst in the banking industry. He has been advising Quest customers for 7 years in securing their endpoints using industry best practices. Currently residing in South Florida, and former Long Islander.