After approximately 4.5 years from initial use, certain SSD drives could fail and have their data completely wiped and unable to be recovered.
Policies are critical to any organization, but unfortunately some people will ignore them and there is not much you can do.
With more end users then ever working from home, IT Asset Managers need to educate end users on policies and best practices that keep their devices, the organization, and themselves safe from intruders.
When GDPR came out, there was a provision within the regulation that said that organizations needed to have a data protection officer (DPO) to help ensure compliance and enforceability with the new regulation.
The Coronavirus situation has stressed organizations around the world. Many have deferred to a work-from-home environment to help prevent the virus from spreading. The only way that this will be done successfully is with a mature Mobile Asset Management (MAM) program. Learn about MAM best practices to prepare for the growing issue.
Due to COVID-19, organizations are struggling to get the hardware they need. This is an example of why diversification in Vendor Management is so important.
Data security is always a major goal for IT Asset Managers. Having a MFA (multi-factor authentication) and strong, unrecycled passwords are an effective way to protect private data.
An IT asset managers job can be vital to business functions. In this particular case, tracking version, possible patch updates, and licensing of SSL/TLS certificates will become imperative to business function.
SaaS, Paas, and IaaS are all different products, but which one will work best with your organization?
IT Asset Managers understand data. Simplifying the expectations of data management, maintenance, and protection will streamline every process that touches data. This means IT Asset Managers are better able to support their organization’s core competencies instead of chasing regulatory requirements.