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Employees use cloud services for work whether they’re sanctioned by IT or not. IT's only choices -- aside from blocking every service, which won’t make users happy -- are to embrace these services or develop user- and IT-friendly alternatives. It’s no longer sufficient for enterprise IT admins to periodically patch desktops. They must know how to properly secure data, monitor a range of devices, and understand the roles of virtual desktop infrastructure and cloud computing in delivering apps and data. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Managing expectations for managing endpoints
- Recognizing the new, unplanned reality of enterprise endpoints
- Securing data, not endpoints: The best way to control consumerization
- Q&A: Citrix discusses enterprise mobility management challenges, goals
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