Original Date: March 5, 2014

Let’s face it. Today’s enterprise IT is faced with new challenges due to the proliferation of personal devices in the workplace and the mind-blowing amount of unstructured data now created and stored on endpoints. Both trends bring with them increased enterprise security risks and knowledge workers violating policies in the name of productivity.

So how can enterprise IT respond and be successful in protecting enterprise data while enabling end users to do their jobs? Watch this on-demand webinar to hear a discussion led by eWEEK Editor Chris Preimesberger that highlights how enterprise IT can get in front of these issues while continuing to enable and delight end users.

Watch to learn how BYOD, Big Data and the use of rogue applications and devices is putting corporate data at risk, best practices from IT pros in the trenches and immediate steps for better protecting enterprise data while providing end users with secure data access.

IT Can Be Done: How to Protect Enterprise Data Yet Enable Secure Access for End Users

Andrew Renz, Principal Architect, Code42

As Code42's Principal Architect, Andrew speaks from his experience selecting and deploying global backup and disaster recovery solutions for the Fortune 500, including Apple, Oracle, Expedia and Intuit.

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About the presenters

Chris Preimesberger, Editor of Features & Analysis, eWEEK

Chris is Editor of Features & Analysis at eWEEK, where he oversees IT sectors that include the data center, data storage/recovery, virtualization and green IT. He has published more than 3,200 articles and blog posts.