April 10, 2019

Securing Windows logons using a password and OTP

Learn how to enable two-factor authentication (TFA) for local and remote desktop access to Windows.
April 1, 2019
10 Firewall best practices for network security admins

10 Firewall best practices for network security admins

The heart of any firewall's performance is its rules and policies. If not managed properly, these can leave your network vulnerable to attacks. In this e-book, we bring you the top 10 firewall best practices that can help you optimize your rule/policy performance.
March 27, 2019
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Best ways to map impact of application performance issues on business goals

"In business, the idea of measuring what you are doing, picking the measurements that count like customer satisfaction and performance, you thrive on that." - Bill Gates
March 25, 2019

Seven reasons your help desk needs analytics.

What can analytics do for your help desk? In this e-book, we've rounded up seven key reasons why your help desk needs an analytics solution. From providing granular visibility into your data, to identifying geographical patterns and creating custom KPIs, you'll discover how analytics can augment your help desk management.
March 22, 2019
Securing Privileged Access in Active Directory

Securing Privileged Access in Active Directory

Our networks are under attack! Many in the industry feel that these attacks are successful because of the lack of control of privileged access. Through my experience at ManageEngine, I have come to believe this is the main root cause as well, so I wanted to provide insight and guidance on how to protect privileged accounts. The book helps organizations and administrators focus on the key aspects of securing privileged accounts. Merely securing privileged accounts goes only so far because changes can be made to secured accounts nearly within seconds, making them insecure again. So, securing privileged accounts is only one part of your responsibility; you must also monitor changes to those accounts.