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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Clientless Power Management: Enforcing Green IT Compliance

    Each year, more and more new office computers are put to use. This causes a dramatic increase in global energy consumption, putting strain on the environment and corporate budgets. But the steady rise in energy consumption cannot be attributed solely to the number of computers purchased. The usage factor will...

    Provided By Promisec

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Automated Clientless Endpoint Management (CEM)

    Imagine if you could monitor all of your endpoints 24/7 and instantly know about any potential threat or non-compliance issue. You could view in-depth and accurate data about the event, analyze it and remediate it without the user ever knowing. The solution would deploy in minutes and provide unprecedented control...

    Provided By Promisec

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    How To Ensure Compliance In An Organization - The Case For Clientless Endpoint Management (CEM)

    The biggest and most confounding challenge to enforcing corporate and regulatory compliance in any organization lies at the endpoints. As corporate computer networks grow larger and more complex in a global distributed environment, corporations struggle to implement compliance standards across the board on all remote workstations. Protecting information from diverse...

    Provided By Promisec

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Automated Clientless Endpoint Management For Managed Service Providers

    Many of the traditional Managed Service Providers have been very successful at building robust and cost effective solutions to protect their customers' perimeter. The problem with expanding their service offering to include the vulnerable internal network - laptops, desktops and servers lies in the differences between managing a device based...

    Provided By Promisec

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    How To Ensure Compliance In An Organization - The Case For Clientless Endpoint Management (CEM)

    The biggest and most confounding challenge to enforcing corporate and regulatory compliance in any organization lies at the endpoints. As corporate computer networks grow larger and more complex in a global distributed environment, corporations struggle to implement compliance standards across the board on all remote workstations. Protecting information from diverse...

    Provided By Promisec

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Clientless Power Management: Enforcing Green IT Compliance

    Each year, more and more new office computers are put to use. This causes a dramatic increase in global energy consumption, putting strain on the environment and corporate budgets. But the steady rise in energy consumption cannot be attributed solely to the number of computers purchased. The usage factor will...

    Provided By Promisec

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Automated Clientless Endpoint Management (CEM)

    Imagine if you could monitor all of your endpoints 24/7 and instantly know about any potential threat or non-compliance issue. You could view in-depth and accurate data about the event, analyze it and remediate it without the user ever knowing. The solution would deploy in minutes and provide unprecedented control...

    Provided By Promisec

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Automated Clientless Endpoint Management For Managed Service Providers

    Many of the traditional Managed Service Providers have been very successful at building robust and cost effective solutions to protect their customers' perimeter. The problem with expanding their service offering to include the vulnerable internal network - laptops, desktops and servers lies in the differences between managing a device based...

    Provided By Promisec