SAPinsider covers eight great reasons to modernize B2B architecture

B2B integration architecture needs a makeover. When it comes to whether or not it meets the demands of a modern business, many are simply not passing the test. All too often businesses still rely on a veritable soup of integration technology—which is expensive and lacks features like SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). Furthermore, a recent [...]

By | January 10th, 2013|

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 [...]

By | December 13th, 2012|

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 [...]

By | December 7th, 2012|

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 [...]

By | November 27th, 2012|

New poll: Everyone’s data is 100 percent secure

It seems that every four years, we find ourselves searching for the truth a little more than usual. Well in honor of our upcoming election (no political affiliation required) here’s a little fact checking for you.  Our headline was 100 percent false. Sorry. In fact, only one in five organizations have the policies and tools [...]

By | October 25th, 2012|

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 [...]

By | October 16th, 2012|

Three really good reasons to switch from FTP to MFT

Some old things are nice — a fine antique desk, a watch from your grandfather, a classic car. But some are not. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is like a laptop built in 1999. It’s outdated, and simply not equipped to ensure secure file transfer in the face of today’s modern IT landscape. So what are [...]

By | October 3rd, 2012|

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 [...]

By | September 18th, 2012|

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 [...]

By | August 16th, 2012|

Insurers Drowning in Unstructured Data, MFT to the Rescue

Exchanging unstructured data has long been a fact of life in the insurance industry. And insurance companies generally have done it well.  Think of all the files – policy applications, forms, payouts, related documentation – that daily have to pass through many “hands,” from Underwriting to Claims to independent agents, brokers and policyholders.  Piece of [...]

By | August 1st, 2012|