White Paper: ENA
Education network security is highly essential. Why is education network security so important? With increasing threats to education network security, it is imperative that school districts implement stringent security practices to protect their students, staff members, and networks from virtual intruders. Security incidents are inevitable and that it is not a matter of if, but when an incident will occur. So, how can you improve the school district network security? Developing a comprehensive, district-wide network security strategy calls for adopting a cross-functional team approach. Every department should be engaged in the safe and secure operations of a school district network as every department is at risk. What common threats are education networks facing and where are they most vulnerable? This white paper provides an insight into potential network security threats impacting today’s education network. It also shares key considerations and best practices every school district can implement for improving their network security as well as preparedness when an incident does occur. It also enlists the key considerations for School District Network Security such as: Policies and Procedures. Communications and Professional Development. Prevention Measures. Incident Response Plan and Mitigation Strategies. Download this white paper now as it provides the district technology staff with the blueprint they need to create an effective and impactful approach to safeguarding their network security.
White Paper: Frost & Sullivan
Cloud computing has completely redefined the IT buying process for enterprise IT managers. With Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offerings, enterprises can procure compute and storage resources in a pay-as-you-go model. Similarly, enterprises can deploy applications and services faster by purchasing pre-configured platforms that run on third-party Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offerings. However, the simplest and the quickest option for deploying cloud-based services is through the Software as a Service (SaaS) model, in which enterprises can purchase the entire application or service, on-demand.