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SEEBURGER Virtual Summit- Trends in Business Integration and Secure File Transfer

Time and again, our customers have requested the opportunity to get together with other SEEBURGER users to share ideas, learn from experiences and discover best practices. As such, we are pleased to announce our first ever Virtual Summit on October 23, from noon to 3 pm eastern time. As we were building out the agenda, [...]

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Trouble in Paradise for Risk Management and Banking

Whoever passed around the memo about aligning IT with the business apparently forgot to give it to people who work at banks. A recent article from Forbes goes so far as to say many business leaders feel “disdain” towards their IT risk management staff, and that those same IT staffers are pretty frustrated with budgetary [...]

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File sharing in the fast lane

It’s in our nature to assume we’re immune—that bad stuff only happens to other people. We tell ourselves that yes, texting and driving is dangerous, but we’re really good drivers so we’re fine. Yes, eating a high-fat diet can cause heart attacks, but those things only happen to other people. Sometimes data breaches happen, and [...]

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Does your SAP data need security from…you?

In a large organization, chances are there is more than one Rob Johnson, Bill Smith or Susan Hill working there. Whatever the case may be, sending files through SAP to the wrong Rob, Bill or Susan, is just one of the many ways data can get lost inside and outside a company. The fact of [...]

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Securing Your Company’s Big Data

Along with Mobility and Cloud Computing, Big Data is one of the most important IT trends of 2012. In order to compete effectively, companies are evaluating the best way to work with and manage Big Data. How do you ensure that these huge files reach their location safely? Which transmission paths should be used? Many [...]

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Application integration? We’ve got the visionary thing covered.

SEEBURGER Business Integration Suite (BIS) — the integration platform of choice for some of the world’s most-recognized companies — has been taken note of again. Gartner’s newly-released Magic Quadrant for Application Infrastructure for Systematic Application Integration Projects analysis evaluated the product portfolios of 16 application integration infrastructure providers, using a broad range of criteria related [...]

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When buying in bulk just doesn’t cut it – Rethinking your consolidation strategy

Sometimes cutting costs just isn’t enough anymore. Case in point, IT has been dealing with the same problem in the same way ever since the economic downturn. You’ve been told to cut costs however you can. As with many challenges that spring out of economic turbulence though, the solution was a little short-sighted. Years later [...]

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SEEBURGER explains why FTP fails to deliver in latest issue of SAPInsider

Did you know that FTP is 40-year-old technology? Forty may be the new 30 in human years, but in the world of technology — 40 is ancient history. Today’s plethora of FTP solutions lacks even the most basic controls that are necessary to protect the integrity and security of your data. Now that new business [...]

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SEEBURGER file transfer solution featured in latest SAPInsider issue

Those large files you’re sharing, they’re not as secure as you may think they are. Large files sent around organizations through FTP lack the security measures small files protected by content-aware software have. Basically, they’re in danger of regulatory violations and data breaches. That’s where our managed file transfer (SEE MFT) platform comes in. Just [...]

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Viva Las Vegas! SAP’s TechEd and the New NetWeaver Strategy

by Dennis Gaughan Man, time sure does fly. I was talking to someone this week about the integration between Gartner and AMR Research (still a big topic of inquiry), and I can’t believe we’re almost at the acquisition’s one-year anniversary. One of the things that was a big change for me was finding a large [...]

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