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Secure Remote Access Without Breaking Your Budget

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BYOD is not a workplace trend that will fade in time. It’s here to stay, and in fact seems to be rising in proportion to the emergence of the “Millennial” cohort, which will make up three-quarters of the global workforce by 2025.

Approaching 2020, people expect to be able to work from home offices, hotels, client locations, and in transit. As computing infrastructures become more diffused and decentralized, IT groups are increasingly pressed to maintain gold-plated security — a must in the age of the professional hacker.

Organizations today need to be aware of the challenges associated with remote workers. They should be clear in their understanding of how far-flung devices can become infected with malware, through which bad actors can access critical resources and data. Companies also need to know how easily mobile devices can be compromised, whether they are lost, stolen or simply accessed by outsiders.

So how to offer the next generation of professional — non-traditional, using their own devices — secure remote access without handing the keys to the kingdom to every hacker from Minneapolis to Moscow?

On April 19, join ITWC CIO and Chief Digital Officer Jim Love, special guests Chris Hazelton, Director, Marketing for Enterprise Software at BlackBerry and Shawn Porter Technical Solutions Professional - Modern Desktop Microsoft, as they discuss the challenges facing IT groups today as they seek to provision and support non-traditional employees, many or most of whom will access the company network using their own devices.

Among the topics to be covered in this session: 
  • BYOD, from trend to new normal
  • Modern approaches to managing thousands of PCs
  • Replacing virtual desktop infrastructures
  • Providing secure remote access
  • Enabling the next gen of computers with BlackBerry Access for Windows 10
     


      MODERATOR                            GUEST EXPERTS
  

Jim Love 
CIO, ITWC

Chris Hazelton
 
Director, Marketing for Enterprise Software
BlackBerry

Shawn Porter
 
Technical Solutions Professional - Modern Desktop
Microsoft
   
   



   

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