Retain IT control and maintain compliance
One of the biggest challenges for organizations today is complying with numerous internal policies and government regulations, ranging from payment card standards to patient privacy rules. Dell solutions for compliance and IT governance of Microsoft® Windows environments help simplify processes for maintaining and demonstrating compliance with government regulations as well as internal policies. These solutions can help you ensure the integrity, confidentiality and availability of sensitive information while also providing audit-worthy proof of compliance in day-to-day operations.
AssessmentGain the visibility needed to assess the current state of key Microsoft platforms. Compare your environment against a known baseline state to identify any changes that might jeopardize compliance with policies or regulations. Automated data collection and report generation help increase IT efficiency.
Auditing and alertingDetect configuration and permissions changes to Active Directory®, Exchange, Lync®, SharePoint®, Windows file servers and more in real time, and run forensic analysis reports to improve security and sustain compliance. Regulation-specific tracking, reporting and alerting help accelerate auditing and simplify compliance efforts. Automating the collection of event data helps reduce costs and conserve resources.
RemediationReduce risk by monitoring changes to Active Directory, Exchange, Lync, SharePoint and more. Quickly find and remediate any unauthorized changes with real-time alerts. Prevent illicit access to valuable data with multifactor authentication. Use real-time and automated management capabilities to maintain tight control over these mission-critical environments.
Messaging data archiving and e-discoveryEfficiently archive email and attachments on-site or in a central, secure repository to sustain compliance with company policies and government regulations. Scan and apply rules to every message as it enters the archive. Retrieve data quickly to satisfy e-discovery requests. To protect sensitive information, implement data protection policies using encryption. Report on infractions of data-loss prevention (DLP) policies and quickly take corrective action.