Learn how state and local governments maintain security as they implement BYOD

StateTech Magazine


Technology insights for leaders in state & local government


June 2012

Taking IT to the Street

Mobile computing helps state and local governments improve service to citizens. Check out how mobile apps let cities and states reach more users, how BYOD improves productivity and how mobile device management helps them maintain control.


  Spotlight on Network Security

Steady Progress Toward BYOD

Many localities are letting workers use their personal computing devices on government networks. As they implement BYOD, they must find policies and technologies to shore up network security.


Strategies for Preventing a Data Breach

To prevent breaches, organizations must take a 360-degree look at how sensitive data is stored, retrieved and — most important — controlled. Follow these tips to maintain control of mission-critical information.


4 Tips for Securing a Network DMZ

Want to boost security for your high-risk servers? Follow these four tips to add layers of security control to your network DMZ.


  More from StateTech and CDW•G

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Read How Local Governments Are Using Mobile Apps
Learn the 5 Signs Your Network Needs an Upgrade
Discover How Governments Use Mobile Device Management Technology
Download Our Data Center Convergence White Paper
Check Out How to Implement a Smart-City Strategy

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