Posts Tagged ‘SEEBURGER’

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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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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New Forrester report provides key insight into data security today

Security and risk professionals get it. CIOs get it. CEOs get it. The potential costs that a loss of data can cause are staggering. News reports every year remind us of the clear-cut financial and reputation damage that data loss has caused some organizations. So we know the dangers — but what can we do? [...]

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Dropbox Hack Highlights Need for BYOD Security

A recent confession by Dropbox that their system was hacked should make every CIO’s blood run cold, not to mention validate IBM’s recent ban on the file hosting service. In the absence of an enterprise data access strategy that extends to tablets and smartphones, BYOD users are turning to free consumer services like Dropbox to [...]

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MFT Essentials Part 1: Four common situations that call for Managed File Transfer

Managed File Transfer (MFT) is becoming well-known now as a highly secure alternative to more traditional (and faulty) methods of data sharing. There are four scenarios in particular that exemplify cases in which using an MFT solution would be incredibly valuable. Email attachments are the most common method of transferring files that leads to confidential [...]

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EDI, B2B and SAP. One location. Easy troubleshooting.

Picture a huge mall. Often times managing EDI and B2B supply chain messages is like spending the day at one of these monolithic malls — aggravating. That’s why we’ve just released a solution that will put an end to those days. SEEBURGER Monitor for SAP now enables users to monitor and research all EDI-triggered processes [...]

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Nuts About Partnering

We are thrilled to announce that IndSoft, Inc is the newest partner to join SEEBURGER’s 5 Star CRN Partner Program. IndSoft, Inc., certified MBE and SAP Services Partner, brings a rich history of providing value added cost effective services to clients in Illinois, Texas, Wisconsin and Indiana. With this partnership, their customers can now benefit [...]

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Two minutes can save time, money and secure your SAP data

Say what? We know how it goes. Whether you get chest pain, headaches, or are just plain tired, keeping an IT organization up and running smoothly is no small feat. There’s a lot of pressure in knowing you’re the backbone of the business. That’s why it’s always a pleasant surprise when a solution comes along [...]

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Meet Aptelis, The Newest Member of SEEBURGER Partner Network

Their name says it all. Derived from two words- Apt, capable, and Fidelis, faithful – SEEBURGER’s newest channel partner is on a mission to provide solutions unmatched in service, value and integrity.  We here at SEEBURGER couldn’t be happier that they selected us a strategic partner to deliver on those commitments. Partnership, as defined by [...]

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Step away from the supply chain management dead zone

Al has a problem. He just got a phone call from one of his company’s biggest clients about a missed delivery. He wants to know where the EDI order is but can’t locate it in SAP. The only thing his coworker Carole can see is that the order can’t be processed, and the EDI specialist [...]

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