Empower Your IT Team with Security as a Service

| April 23, 2019

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Employee productivity and morale is important to the performance of your IT department. But with the increasing complexity of IT environments, and the rise of hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructures, IT staff can feel overwhelmed. New research from Forrester suggests that organizations can improve the productivity and job satisfaction of their IT teams by outsourcing some applications and services, such as IT security, to cloud services providers.

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