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Security Begins on Your Desktop
The documents, spreadsheets, databases and other files on the personal computers used to conduct business are corporate assets. It cost money to create them

personal computers  Ownership of data in personal computers is not so obvious, by practice and it is rarely shared. Cabinets are locked to prevent accidental access and lock-barred to prevent intentional violation. Most personal computers have neither capability or if they do, often it is not engaged. Consider also the use of spreadsheets, business modeling software, and personal databases. Hundreds of hours go into building data interpretation, translation, and presentation rules by individuals to enhance their personal Read More...
Help Desk for the Health Care Industry
Help Desk is an application for assisting and managing calls for support from computer users. It also includes computer and software inventory tracking along with technical support knowledge bas...
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Top 5 Mobile Security Threats
While mobile malware still accounts for a mere fraction of the millions of threats targeting personal computers, the past year has seen the explosive growth of

personal computers  millions of threats targeting personal computers, the past year has seen the explosive growth of malicious code. What’s worse is that 50 percent of employees currently use their mobile devices at work. Early recognition of mobile security threats is a company’s best line of defense. Here are today’s top 5 mobile security threats and how to stop them in their tracks. Read More...
Protecting Digital Assets: A Higher Level of IT Security
Today’s business environment is more mobile than ever. With more employees traveling@using laptops, personal digital assistants (PDAs), and home computers to

personal computers  more employees traveling—using laptops, personal digital assistants (PDAs), and home computers to conduct business—vulnerabilities increase. Companies are now protecting their digital assets with full disk encryption (FDE). Recent advances in FDE allow businesses to protect data stored on users’ mobile devices, without jeopardizing intellectual property. Read More...
LOGO Business Solutions
LOGO Business Solutions, is the largest independent software company of Turkey. LOGO took a step in business world by developing engineering software for

personal computers  developing engineering software for personal computers in 1984 and has become an IT oriented high-technology group. LOGO, since its foundation, has been an engrossing and innovative leader of Turkish Software Sector thanks to the innovations it brought in products, services and business processes in this sector. Logo is also the first IT company traded at IMKB-Istanbul Stock Exchange, IPO’d at year 2000. LOGO has a say all around the world in business application field with users exceeding 1.300.000 in Read More...
The Complexities of Quote-to-order and Possible Solutions
It is becoming necessary to go beyond the direct sales force to sell complex products. With the advent of personal computers and the Internet, new possibilities

personal computers  consumer products, such as personal computers (PCs), or Internet service providers may use telephone sales and support quite extensively, in addition to the web chat and self-service options of late. Internal sales and support staff share many of the same frustrations as their colleagues in the field, and need similar solutions. However, there are some specific issues that need to be addressed if complex or customized products are to be dealt with in a satisfactory manner via the telephone. While Read More...
Ramco to Its Customers-Let's Get Personal! Part Two: Commitment and Recommendations
Will Ramco be able to deliver on its vision of personalized, assembled applications? Time will tell, but the indications are good. Ramco faces a crowded and

personal computers  to Its Customers-Let's Get Personal! Part Two: Commitment and Recommendations Ramco Commitment to the North American Market? Approximately one year ago in Las Vegas, Ramco Systems Limited ( www.ramco.com ), a global provider of enterprise solutions with HQ in India, unveiled a new vision for enterprise applications at its annual user group conference. This year Ramco came to show its customers continued commitment to its joint success, delivery on last year's promises, and strong North American Read More...
Case Study: Faronics Insight and Bangor Township Schools
The teachers at Bangor Township Schools in Michigan (US) wanted a way to monitor students’ computer screens to make sure computers were being used for classroom

personal computers  Study: Faronics Insight and Bangor Township Schools The teachers at Bangor Township Schools in Michigan (US) wanted a way to monitor students’ computer screens to make sure computers were being used for classroom projects and not games or messaging. Insight, Faronics’ classroom management solution, allows teachers to monitor every screen and to send warnings to students who visit inappropriate web sites. Read about the other benefits these teachers gained with Insight. Read More...
Don’t Forget to Factor In Mobile ERP When Selecting a New ERP System
A 2011 study of mid-market manufacturers sought to understand the nature of demand for mobile access to enterprise resource planning (ERP) and other enterprise

personal computers  who regularly work during personal time or away from an office location than to those who work primarily during business hours in an office setting. A sizable majority of respondents said that the mobile interface is either as important as other considerations or the most important consideration in ERP selection.   Mobile ERP: The Current Situation A number of the findings that address the current state of affairs for mobile ERP should come as no surprise to those close to the industry. Historically, Read More...
SecureVTL: Solutions for Securing Vulnerabilities in Disk-based Backup
Enterprises are becoming increasingly aware of their fiduciary duty and legal obligation to protect confidential and personal information. As such their IT

personal computers  to protect confidential and personal information. As such their IT departments must find a way to effectively secure storage tiers from unauthorized access and viewing. Discover why today’s storage security technology with integrated encryption processing is the type of solution that many IT professionals are turning to. Read More...
Enterprise Mobile Security: Protecting Mobile Data and Increasing Productivity
Today’s mobile devices improve productivity and efficiency, but they also bring new risks to companies: confidential corporate and personal data can be lost or

personal computers  companies: confidential corporate and personal data can be lost or subject to other threats. Mobile device security management should consider a combination of people, processes, and technology. Learn about current security issues and actionable mobile security best practices so you can mitigate the risks your company is facing. Read More...
Case Study: The Morris Law Group
The Morris Law Group—a personal injury law firm based in Ontario (Canada)—sought to design an intuitive Web site that was simple to maintain and architecturally

personal computers  The Morris Law Group—a personal injury law firm based in Ontario (Canada)—sought to design an intuitive Web site that was simple to maintain and architecturally aware of sophisticated search engine optimization (SEO) techniques. Personal injury law is a competitive field, so visibility was a priority. Learn how a content management system (CMS) helped the firm increase page views by 47 percent and visits by 38 percent. Read More...
Case Study: University of Nevada Reno (UNR)
Although students at the University of Nevada’s Reno campus were generally respectful of the campus’s computers and IT policies, entertainment or malicious

personal computers  Study: University of Nevada Reno (UNR) Although students at the University of Nevada’s Reno campus were generally respectful of the campus’s computers and IT policies, entertainment or malicious software often appeared on computer hard drives. This made machines less stable or even disabled them entirely. To combat the problem of computer network security, UNR found a solution that enables automatic shutdown time and safer shared computer workstations. Read More...

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