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The evolution of identity management and security

Organizations have the tough job of creating an overarching view of identity inside and out of the company. One thing they should remember? Focus on people rather than technology.

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Boost UEM security with MTD controls and monitoring

Though many organizations have either UEM or EMM, mobile threat defense tools aren't as widely adopted. IT can improve mobile security with these tools' monitoring and policies.

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Mobile threat defense bolsters UEM tools' security

UEM tools provide a baseline of mobile security functions, but to prevent mobile attacks, IT should add a mobile threat defense tool to its security repertoire.

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Secure BYOD devices with Intune app protection

Intune app protection allows IT admins to control devices without enrolling them in an MDM or UEM platform. Here's what IT pros can do with the feature.

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    Identiverse attendees look to modernize IAM strategy

    At a recent security and identity conference, attendees discussed the IAM market in clear terms: Shiny new features might be cool, but practicality reigns.

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    BlackBerry upgrades Enterprise Mobility Suite

    BlackBerry has upgraded its Enterprise Mobility Suite in an effort to connect business and consumer applications in a secure environment to enable instant collaboration.

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    Intel unveils Phase 1 of its PC improvement initiative

    Intel's multi-year plan to improve PCs focuses first on improving battery life and connectivity capabilities. But analysts warn that Intel could fall into the over promise and under deliver trap.

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