Happy New Year and Welcome Back!
The big question we get when we return from the holidays is always, “What are your New Year’s resolutions?” What makes the question so difficult is that we know that, all too often, the resolutions we make in January are broken by March.
I have a better idea. Here’s a list of New Year’s resolutions for your IT team — resolutions that you can truly keep and that will help you improve your IT management and endpoint security all year long.
New Year's Resolutions
Trust me. Anyone can lose a few pounds, but these resolutions will help you sleep better at night.
To learn more about how enterprise security software can enable you to keep these resolutions and empower your IT team to efficiently manage and secure a wide range of corporate and user-owned devices, be sure to read our new e-book, “Technology Tunnel Vision, Part 2: Centralized management for all connected devices.”
About David Manks
David Manks is a Solutions Marketing Director for Dell Software focusing on endpoint management and security products.
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All good suggestions. For me, it will be to use all the features of our existing tools/solutions instead of letting them go to waste.
Good ideas which we are working to implement or improve upon.
I will work more extensively with the Patch Management and also evaluate more information regarding BYOD as it is expanding in our environment
We're going to start by pushing IE11 out through KACE.
Thanks for the comment @robondra. Let us know how your IE11 roll out with KACE goes.
Patch management is one of my big ones this year. Along with leveraging the asset management functions more completely.
as shelmetj, patch management without WSUS and license compliance reporting.
My Goals: Realistic documentation policies
There's some good thoughts here, particularly those in regard to planning ahead instead of being reactive. Something I hope to be able to do better with this year.