Company: Intel UK
| Category: Endpoint Security
| Published: October 2012
Protecting and controlling data and other IT assets and ensuring compliance and policy enforcement within the enterprise network are challenging enough, but the difficulty increases significantly when users take laptops beyond the network and connect remotely-or even work offline. The problem becomes even more complex when workers use the same laptop for personal as well as business use, as they often do. As organizations seek to increase user mobility and support strategies such as work shifting (the concept associated with moving work to the optimal time and place), solving the mobile security challenge has become a critical focus for IT.
This white paper presents the benefits of a security strategy for laptops based on local virtual desktops, including the ability to support workers in public sector environments with extreme isolation, security and performance requirements.
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