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Identity and access management (IAM) is an evolving market that now includes software and services that incorporate machine learning, analytics and microservices. IT departments can use IAM tools to strengthen end-user security. This month's cover story of Access magazine delves into the latest trends in IAM tools and how IT pros are taking advantage.
Also in this issue, learn about mobile and desktop malware detection and how risks differ on these devices, plus what tools are available to help. One expert column explores the reality of cross-platform mobile application development and what vendors are doing in this area. Another explains whether IT pros should consider moving away from Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager and why. Finally, get some stats on IT's priorities around mobility projects.
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Features in this issue
The debate of office suites may boil down to Microsoft Office vs. LibreOffice. The former is an expensive but consistent native suite, and the latter is third-party and free.
End-user computing professionals must embrace modern Windows and mobile malware protection technologies to defend against ransomware and other attacks.
News in this issue
AI and as-a-service platforms enable IT to take a more hands-off approach. But with adoption in the early stages, most IT pros wonder what the future holds for identity management.
Columns in this issue
IT is changing priorities when it comes to fitting mobile management into end-user computing strategies. Learn what some recent stats show about the new age of mobile.
Organizations today support such a variety of devices that they need a way to deliver apps more seamlessly. Cross-platform development is a new reality that can help.
With the Windows winds changing, IT pros must consider whether it's time to transition from SCCM to modern management via the cloud.