White Paper: NightOwl Discovery
Managing electronically stored information on mobile devices is becoming critical for organizations as employees routinely use their personal mobile devices to work either during or after their official workday that may ultimately prove to be discoverable evidence in an event of litigation.
To avoid any such issue, it is important to know:
Where is ESI located within the organization and what are the implications of this electronically stored information?
How to Identifying the information that is most relevant for litigation needs?
What are the important aspects of electronic data and how it should be managed?
Organizations face a number of challenges in reviewing the mobile ESI at the time when it matters the most, so companies should have a plan in place before any litigation arises that can allow them to both identify and preserve potentially relevant mobile ESI.
Download this informative whitepaper to learn more about the best practices to manage ESI on mobile device that includes:
• Managing Mobile ESI: What it is, and what it means for your company.
• Discovery and evaluation of potentially relevant ESI from mobile devices
• Maintaining Control: Corporate Policies that govern private mobile device use.
• Identification and Collection: Accessing ESI from mobile device.
The Need of Identity and Access Management Enterprise organizations are embracing holistic approaches as the next logical step in leveraging identity and access management (IAM) to achieve and maintain continuous security and governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) health. Selecting the right IAM solution helps you to stay abreast in the latest developments in the field of cloud computing without sacrificing the organization’s capacity to take action. This informative white paper outlines the particular advantages of an identity-driven, holistic approach to achieve security, efficiency, and compliance within the enterprise. It provides answers to the following key questions: What is Identity and Access Management (IAM)? What are its major components? What are the risks involved with Identity and Access management? How to maintain compliance with the stricter laws and regulations in an increasingly complex IT environment with IAM tool? How to successfully deploy Identity Access Management? What business processes need to be put in place to support IAM? Ensure the right people have access to the right information with Identity and Access Management Services!!
By: Mobile Labs
Guide to Mobile Labs :Jump Start your Mobile Device Testing Lab and make sure your testing plans meet your business goals Starting a mobile lab and Initiating a testing program for enterprise mobile apps can look like an impenetrable wall. Mobility presents new challenges that, once understood, do have logical solutions. The most successful mobile enterprises manage to retain the traditional goals of QA testing, while incorporating new requirements brought forth by mobile labs, and solving new challenges that mobility imposes on workflows, devices, developers, testers, and users alike. In this white paper you will learn how to jump start your mobile testing lab with eleven key characteristics of successful mobile test lab programs, some of them includes: Mobile Labs to test with real devices on real networks. Use a secure, private mobile devices for your Mobile Labs to support both manual testing and automated testing. Don’t automate everything: Know what makes sense to automate and what makes sense to do manually. Know what you are testing when you first start your Mobile Lab. Integrate the tools that you know into mobile testing. Download this exclusive whitepaper on Mobile Testing Labs to learn: The challenges that mobility imposes on apps, devices, developers, testers and users Best practices to breakthrough with testing in Mobile Labs and its related components How to establish a successful Mobile Lab Testing Program.
What is Database ?
Database is a concise and arranged collection of similar data that is usually accessible to many simultaneous users. Database can be stored on a system and examined by a program called database management system (DBMS). One of the most important aspects of a DBMS is its relational model which is also known as relational Database management system (RDBMS)
What is Data Management ?
Data management is the development and execution of policies and procedures in order to manage the information lifecycle needs of an enterprise ensuring the accessibility, reliability, and timeliness of the data for its users. Data Management enables organizations and enterprises to use data in: Organizing the enterprise data, Storing and preserving data for future re-use, Making data ready to use anytime, Share data with colleagues
What is Information Security ?
Information Security or InfoSec is the practice of protecting electronic data or information from unauthorized access. It is maintained by a set of strategies to manage the processes and tools to document, detect, prevent and counter threats to confidential digital information. These objectives ensure that data is protected in all of its forms and private information is not disclosed to unauthorized parties and grant access to the data when required to specific users.