Taking Policy Management to the Next Level
July, 17 2012
TIME: 2:00pm EDT/ 11:00am PDT
Consistency is the hallmark of an effective, agile organization. With thousands of moving parts, ensuring that every user and every system is being managed consistently is critical.
The laptop logging in from across town should be managed as robustly, as completely and as securely as desktops in the office next door. However, with thousands of systems logging onto and off various networks in multiple networks, it isn’t feasible for the IT department to manually touch every machine, ensuring it is in compliance with all IT policies.
While some of these policies deal with capacity and performance, others manage access, authentications and security. As the amount of managed systems grows so does the need to properly monitor compliance and mitigate risks through comprehensive policy management and enforcement. And, as the complexity of issues associated with doing so efficiently, effectively and in real-time increase, the priority for having the best tools working for your organization to keep your people, assets and process safe will be paramount.
As an IT asset manager you need to know such things as: What policies get applied to which systems? What if a user inadvertently makes a change to the system? What about new systems?
Join us on July 17th at 2pm Eastern and learn how to:
Most importantly, you will learn how to keep it all straight and turn valuable information into actionable insights.
Who should attend:
- Ensure distributed systems are in compliance with IT policies or recurring services
- Streamline the process of applying and updating policies to multiple machines
- Achieve greater confidence that distributed systems are secure and in compliance
- Manage network policy enforcement of machines groups depending on security risk, business use or service level
- Allow new machines to automatically inherit policy settings without any intervention
- Enterprise IT managers
- Service Provider IT managers
Director, Product Marketing
As Director of Product Marketing for Kaseya’s Public & Private Sector solutions, Gerald Beaulieu is responsible for defining market opportunities, positioning and messaging the value of Kaseya’s IT Systems Management platform. He has held various product management and product marketing positions at Platinum Software, Epicor, and Sage over his 18 year career in the technology industry.
Senior Editor, TMCnet
Peter Bernstein is a seasoned writer and professional with deep experience in the communications and IT industries. As a top-level industry analyst, Peter has keynoted major technology events and has been cited numerous times by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, The Washington Post, Business Week, Fortune Magazine, ComputerWorld, NetworkWorld, Communications Week, among other publications.
Bernstein has authored or co-authored market research studies, CEO speeches, white papers, articles, and other content for major companies in the technology markets. His experience includes work with Alcatel-Lucent, Avaya, Equant, France Telecom, HP, Siemens, Verizon, Nortel, Wave Systems, and many more. He held the position of director of global marketing and communications at Telcordia.