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Secure Printing Using ThinPrint, Citrix and IGEL: Solution Guide
This solution guide outlines some of the regulatory issues any business faces when it prints sensitive material. It discusses how a Citrix-IGEL-ThinPrint bundled solution meets regulation criteria such as HIPAA standards and the EU’s soon-to-be-enacted General Data Protection Regulations without diminishing user convenience and productivity.

Print data is generally unencrypted and almost always contains personal, proprietary or sensitive information. Even a simple print request sent from an employee may potentially pose a high security risk for an organization if not adequately monitored and managed. To put it bluntly, the printing processes that are repeated countless times every day at many organizations are great ways for proprietary data to end up in the wrong hands.

Mitigating this risk, however, should not impact the workforce flexibility and productivity print-anywhere capabilities deliver. Organizations seek to adopt print solutions that satisfy government-mandated regulations for protecting end users and that protect proprietary organizational data — all while providing a first-class desktop and application experience for users.

This solution guide outlines some of the regulatory issues any business faces when it prints sensitive material. It discusses how a Citrix-IGEL-ThinPrint bundled solution meets regulation criteria such as HIPAA standards and the EU’s soon-to-be-enacted General Data Protection Regulations without diminishing user convenience and productivity.

Finally, this guide provides high-level directions and recommendations for the deployment of the bundled solution.

Mind the Gap: Understanding the threats to your Microsoft 365 data
Download this whitepaper to learn more about how you can prevent, or mitigate, these common Microsoft 365 data threats: external threats like ransomware, malicious insiders, user-errors, accidental keystrokes, and retention policy gaps.
From corporate contacts to sensitive messages and attachments, email systems at all companies contain some of the most important data needed to keep business running and successful. At the same time, your office productivity suite of documents, notes, and spreadsheets created by your employees is equally vital.

Unfortunately, in both cases, protecting that data is increasingly challenging. Microsoft provides what some describe as marginal efforts to protect and backup data, leaving the majority of the burden on the customer.

Download this white paper to learn more about how you can prevent, or mitigate, these common Microsoft 365 data threats:
•    External threats like ransomware
•    Malicious insiders
•    User-errors and accidental keystrokes
•    Retention policy gaps and confusion

Making M&A Integration Faster, Cheaper and More Successful with Liquit
Download this eBook today for practical insights on how Liquit can free valuable time for IT teams during and after the M&A process. You’ll learn how Liquit makes it easy for IT to deliver anywhere, any device, any group application access with user context. This ensures faster collaboration and productivity while freeing IT to tackle bigger IT integration projects.

You will also discover how you can:

Quickly Create adaptive and customized M&A workspace

IT teams can quickly set up a branded Liquit Workspace integrated with existing workspaces for a single user interface on the front end while enabling fast individual and group user customization via the back end. This enables you to meet changing user application and platform needs during and after M&A.

Quickly adapt to application user needs

Take application provisioning, updating, and versioning from hours to minutes for hundreds of users, along with access to thousands of curated applications to deliver merging workforce productivity. 

Unify application access provisioning

Eliminate the nightmare of access provisioning across varied on-premises and cloud environments for thousands of users in minutes rather than hours without uprooting native SSO and IAM that are constantly in flux during and after M&A.

Dramatically reduce cost and time expenditures

Eliminate collaboration and communication bottlenecks across on-premises, VDI platforms and clouds while freeing IT time for bigger M&A integration projects and lowering licensing and IT costs.

Analyzing Digital Workspace Cost Savings with Liquidware Digital Workspace Management
When considering a cost savings analysis for desktop management, there are a few key reasons why an organization should embark on this process with Liquidware. Liquidware’s Digital Workspace Management suite covers all phases of desktop changes and management. This means that from initial setup and deployment to ongoing maintenance and updates, Liquidware’s solutions provide comprehensive coverage for all aspects of desktop management.
When considering a cost savings analysis for desktop management, there are a few key reasons why an organization should embark on this process with Liquidware. Liquidware’s Digital Workspace Management suite covers all phases of desktop changes and management. This means that from initial setup and deployment to ongoing maintenance and updates, Liquidware’s solutions provide comprehensive coverage for all aspects of desktop management. This can help to streamline the desktop delivery process and keep workspaces modern, which in turn can lead to increased productivity and competitiveness for the organization. A cost savings analysis with Liquidware helps keep budgets in check. In today’s rapidly evolving business climate, budgets are continually scrutinized in order to keep businesses competitive. By partnering with Liquidware and leveraging our solutions, organizations can realize a quick return on investment and potentially save costs in the long run. Liquidware’s custom Cost Analysis Report and Service provides a valuable resource for enterprise workspace environments. By analyzing and identifying areas where cost savings can be realized, organizations can make informed decisions about desktop management and ensure they are getting the most value out of their investment with Liquidware’s solutions.

IT Spring Cleaning: Five Tips to Tidy Up Your Infrastructure
A trend to declutter homes emerged from the popularity of the hit Netflix show, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. Her method is to declutter by choosing to keep objects that spark joy. This kind of philosophy can be applied to IT. While you may not think of IT infrastructure as sparking joy, you may think of it as sparking productivity and innovation to make your organization more successful, and we believe there is joy in that. Read on for five tips to help you declutter your IT infrastructure for t
A trend to declutter homes emerged from the popularity of the hit Netflix show, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. Her method is to declutter by choosing to keep objects that spark joy. This kind of philosophy can be applied to IT. While you may not think of IT infrastructure as sparking joy, you may think of it as sparking productivity and innovation to make your organization more successful, and we believe there is joy in that. Read on for five tips to help you declutter your IT infrastructure for the better.
A New Roadmap for Network Configuration Management
Considering how current networks are changing, BackBox tackles the pressing need for a radical change in Network Configuration and/or Change Management (NCM/NCCM) procedures. It points out major flaws in conventional NCM techniques, such as their inability to scale and adapt to hybrid cloud architectures. BackBox is a platform that supports an API-driven, NetDevOps-inspired approach and provides a way to improve productivity. BackBox lets network teams optimize their NCM processes and be prepare
Organizations managing complicated network infrastructures and adjusting to hybrid cloud environments have several significant difficulties, which BackBox addresses. Important elements consist of:
  • Finding Disconnects: Scalability and hybrid cloud integration are two issues that traditional NCM approaches face.
  • Promising Solutions: BackBox proposes a NetDevOps-inspired, API-driven strategy to transform NCM procedures.
  • Benefits of Automation: Optimizing processes by using automated processes for OS upgrades, configuration backups, and compliance checks.
  • Strengthening Network Teams: Increasing productivity and preparedness for upcoming obstacles.
This significant strategy makes sure organizations prosper in constantly changing network environments and maximizes their chances of success in a constantly changing digital world. In today's quickly changing digital world, BackBox offers a comprehensive framework for optimizing network management techniques and ensuring sustainable development, from discovering disconnects to putting forth creative ideas and empowering network teams.
The Business Value of Forward Networks
This IDC Solution Brief delved deep into the experiences of Forward Networks’ customers who leverage the digital twin technology. The findings revealed indisputable improvements in network stability, reliability, team productivity, and operational efficiencies. These game-changing benefits, amounting to $14.2 million averaged annually, are derived from measurable enhancements in network performance and productivity.
This IDC Solution Brief delved deep into the experiences of Forward Networks’ customers who leverage the digital twin technology. The findings revealed indisputable improvements in network stability, reliability, team productivity, and operational efficiencies. These game-changing benefits, amounting to $14.2 million averaged annually, are derived from measurable enhancements in network performance and productivity.
Analyzing the Economic Benefits of the Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage Platform
Unstructured data is vital for businesses but grows rapidly, making storage, protection, and management complex and costly. Cloud storage can ease this burden but can also be hard to manage, expensive, and unpredictable. Complex cloud storage limits developer productivity and media company agility. Learn how Backblaze customers simplified operations, enabled new opportunities, and significantly lowered costs, with substantial savings in storage, downloads, transactions, migration, and management
In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, organizations face an unprecedented array of threats that underscore the critical importance of business resilience. An alarming rise in ransomware attacks has revealed that many organizations have inadequate data protection strategies and disaster recovery plans. To remain resilient, businesses must be proactive in adopting robust strategies that prioritize protection and recovery. This comprehensive guide explains the various facets of business resilience, including data protection and disaster recovery challenges. It also explores how the cloud has become an important tool for a more robust and agile response to cyberthreats.