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How to protect your IT assets and stay ahead of the curve

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Data theft and loss reports can do serious damage to an organisation's reputation and share price, but firms continue to hit the headlines with lurid reports of lost laptops, hacker incursions and all manner of embarrassing IT problems. Staying out of the headlines is therefore a must-do for any IT manager. But how can this be achieved? Data protection and secure asset tracking are proven solutions to this growing problem facing many firms. And it's not just about laptops. Most modern smartphones and PDAs also contain confidential data. This event will explain how you can protect your IT and data assets more effectively, and also how assets can be retrieved or data remotely deleted in the event of a loss or theft. This Webinar will: * Demonstrate how a layered approach to IT security is essential to managing and protecting your data * Explain how to stay compliant with regulatory requirements when it comes to IT security protection * Detail how asset tracking can help mitigate the impact of data theft or loss * Provide advice on how to cost-effectively protect your organisation against information theft and loss


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