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You Can’t Protect What You Can’t See: Improving Cybersecurity with Monitoring Solutions
By Bob Erdman on October 7, 2019

Find out how SIEMs with threat escalation, centralization, diverse integrations, and collaboration with network monitoring tools can help clear the line of sight.

By Ash Giddings on October 2, 2019

Did you know? IBM i Workload Groups are a powerful yet under-utilized feature of the operating system that have been made more flexible with IBM i 7.4 (V7R4). Read on to learn more.

PGP 101
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Posted on September 30, 2019

Learn how you can use robotic process automation (RPA) to set up a Microsoft SharePoint monitoring task to monitor SharePoint folders and take actions to automatically move, change files, and send email notifications using Automate.

Automate 11.2 Release
Posted on September 30, 2019

Discover the latest enhancements to your robotic process automation (RPA) experience with Automate’s 11.2 release.

5 Secure File Transfer Alternatives
Posted on September 16, 2019

FTP was a gold standard for file transfers in the 70s. But with today’s cybersecurity concerns, it’s no longer enough. Use these five secure file transfer methods to protect your data instead.

Pam without passwords
By Bob Erdman on September 13, 2019

Discover how you can move toward a password-free future with privileged access management (PAM) solutions and adopt a more secure standard for authentication in your organization.

John Grancarich Blog - September 2019
By John Grancarich on September 5, 2019

Once you get an RPA project up and running, how do you know if it's successful or not? How do you measure the ROI?

I'm going to walk you through, in real time, how to calculate RPA ROI for your project. To show you how we can do...

What Is Hybrid Cloud Architecture
Posted on August 28, 2019
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