Posts Tagged ‘modernization’

BYOD Is Not Going Away—in fact, it’s going to explode.

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is basically an official, unofficial or unwanted policy of employees bringing their own mobile devices to work to use for work purposes. They use their devices to access confidential company applications, data and files. BYOD exposes companies to significant risk. But it also offers companies significant opportunities. As far as […]

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Taming TCO in the financial services industry

File transfer is more than a given at the average financial institution. The Financial Services Industry (FSI) thrives on information and devours it. In one day you might send and receive files in and out of the office, down the street and across the globe, and back and forth with agents, clients, brokers and more. […]

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How did you learn to swim?

Hopefully you had a swim coach rather than a quick shove into the deep end of the pool. Just like learning how to swim, bridging the gap between what employees know about data security and what they do about it during the course of a normal day requires guidance. That guidance must be interesting and […]

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5 Major Risks of Operating with a Legacy IT Infrastructure

Many companies run a mix of point solutions acquired on a piecemeal basis for EDI, B2B integration and file transfer. These applications are expensive and complex to manage and lack advanced capabilities such as visibility enabled by integration with enterprise applications. Other risks and downsides of running legacy B2B and file transfer solutions:  A lack […]

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Top 10 Benefits of Using a Single Platform for Transactions of All Types

Significant business benefits come with replacing outdated, disparate systems with a single platform that can handle all types of data transfer securely and reliably. First, the following benefits are associated with using a single platform for transferring both structured and unstructured data: Reduces risk, cuts operating costs, improves customer service, shortens time to market Speeds […]

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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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SAPInsider article looks at B2B consolidation and modernization projects

Outdated B2B systems are holding a number of companies back today, and many don’t even know it. So try this. Imagine a scenario in which you spend 50 percent less than you used to on B2B-related administrative costs, and exchange data with your business partners using built-in enterprise application integration capabilities. If this is only […]

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Secure mobile data exchange for iPhone and iPad (read on for a special offer)

If you’ve ever experienced the pains associated with needing to send sensitive data over an unsecure wireless network – this one is for you. SEEBURGER File Exchange (SEE FX), an award-winning enterprise solution for secure file sharing, is now available as a mobile solution for the iPhone and iPad. SEE FX Mobile enables auditable, compliant […]

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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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Modernization and consolidation: true business partner integration

While originally implemented to solve problems and save money – outdated legacy B2B integration systems now create problems and waste money. When integration systems first came out ─ they were a major hit. They made it possible for companies to connect with customers, vendors, financial institutions and other business partners efficiently. Unfortunately, the increasing number […]

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