If you’re an IT person, why would Brexit mean anything to you? The short answer: it doesn’t right now. At least not until we understand how Brexit will play out. In this podcast, we discuss the possible outcomes for Brexit and their effect on IT operations.
For the past several years, DevOps has been the go-to method for fast software development lifecycles. But just like testing is an integral part of app development, security is an integral part as well. That's why the term DevSecOps was coined.
I got a chance to sit down with Kevin Conklin, the VP of Marketing at Ipswitch to talk more about the new MOVEit 2019 release and how the new MOVEit is now integrated with Mulesoft’s Anypoint Exchange.
Many companies that never dreamed they’d be developing their own software are having to “roll their own.” Sometimes it’s an internal-use-only, as a custom layer over an existing platform like Salesforce, sometimes as a product they’re selling. This is what has driven the...
For the first episode of the Have You Met? podcast series, Chris Payne from Advanced Cyber Solutions joined us on the phone. We got to chat with Chris about what exactly Advanced Cyber Solutions does as a company and how they are helping support and sell Ipswitch's...
In this new Defrag This - Have You Met? offshoot series, Ipswitch EMEA Sales Director, Sebastien Roques announces the Ipswitch EMEA Partner Awards for 2018.
In this episode of Defrag This, we discuss the nuances of IT networks in dangerous industries.
Log Management is a hot topic these days, especially in the way it pertains to organizational data security. So in this episode of Defrag This, your host Mark Towler sits down with Jim Cashman to quiz the latter on his sysadmin experience with Log Management.
Automation is not always AI, but AI is an automated system. It’s easy to get the two terms confused because they both run off the same thing—data. However, the differences are far-reaching, and it’s important to know the differences between AI and Automation.
In this episode of Defrag This, we’re taking a look back at one of the most monumental events in hacker history—the 2007 hack of TJX companies, which was, at the time, the biggest breach of consumer data in the history of the United States.