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Five Simple Steps to Take Total Control of Employees' Data

Chances are very good that your employees use a mobile device such as a laptop to create and process data in their daily business activities. Add to that the fact that many business interactions are conducted in the field, outside the typical office environment. Your employees are meeting with clien
Chances are very good that your employees use a mobile device such as a laptop to create and process data in their daily business activities. Add to that the fact that many business interactions are conducted in the field, outside the typical office environment. Your employees are meeting with clients and vendors, giving presentations and creating numerous business documents using their laptops. Content generated with these devices does not necessarily get copied or transferred to a server in the data center for regular backup.

This continuing transition of when and where we work introduces new challenges in protecting data. For those entrusted with the difficult task of safeguarding company data, you may be wondering how you can possibly get your employees to become disciplined about backing up their data when the reality is no one even wants to have to think about backup. And they’re right, backups should just happen automatically – no matter where it resides.

Here’s the solution:

Do not expect your employees to remember to backup their data. Instead, take total control. Register now for this informative webinar to hear how in five simple steps, you can automate and streamline your backup workflow to accomplish that.
Recorded Sep 27 2011 64 mins
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