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Secure Access in a Hybrid IT World
Secure Access in a Hybrid IT World

Today's organization needs to provide its employees, partners, applications and even networks access to its data and IT environment regardless of how they access it. But trying to maintain security and compliance in this increasingly complex hybrid IT world becomes a challenge - particularly if those solutions end up limiting productivity and hobble innovation and competitiveness.

Identity management and device compliance is essential to today's organizations, whether they are accessing information via traditional enterprise applications or through cloud services on their personal devices. That's why centrally managed "Secure Access," the ability to safeguard credentials across hybrid IT infrastructures, is the best method for ensuring data security and compliance for your organization.

Register for this session to hear from David Goldschlag, Senior Vice President of Strategy and CTO at Pulse Secure, to learn why secure access and flexibility go hand in hand in forming a successful and secure IT network.

Background

To ensure that your employees and partners maintain data security no matter how they access your hybrid IT infrastructure, you need to have a central authentication and compliance solution in place. And leveraging a solution like Pulse Connect Secure enables organizations to deliver fast, secure, and optimized access to data center applications and cloud services while ensuring a consistent native-user experience across any device.

In this informative webinar, Pulse Secure CTO David Goldschlag will discuss:

  • The importance of having a single authentication and compliance policy for your hybrid IT infrastructure;
  • How to improve visibility and context to filter traffic and enforce secure access policies;
  • Real-world examples of how Pulse Secure's Secure Access architecture enables users to securely access Microsoft Office365 and SAP from iOS devices.


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