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Ivanti Velocity and Ivanti Speakeasy for Fast Onboarding of Supply Chain Staff and Processes

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced a dramatic shift in the way all industries work, including warehouses within the supply chain. With each minute wasted—equating to a loss of revenue that many companies simply can’t afford in the current climate—productivity must be optimized. On top of this, businesses are mitigating the possibilities of staff becoming unwell and having to find last minute replacements, all while facing increased demand as online shopping continues to peak.

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Ivanti Neurons for Edge Intelligence for Our Fast-Changing Future

The demands on enterprise IT are set to grow exponentially. Edges. Many times, they represent an unknown—like the edge of space or a horizon for sea captains and pilots. And they give us mixed feelings—fear, anxiousness, direction, a sense of adventure. Most often, they represent a future state or location we are moving towards. For IT there is a new edge. The Edge of computing. The place where things and people are connecting with our networked digital world.

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Ivanti Device and Application Control 5.2 Is Now Available

Thanks to your feedback in the User Voice portal, and our roadmap for the future of Ivanti Device and Application Control as discussed in the webinar earlier this year, we are pleased to announce the latest 5.2 release of Ivanti Device and Application Control. Hopefully by now you realize Ivanti is serious about making significant updates to the dedicated set of Ivanti products that form the Independent Business Unit. This content rich update is available for download now!

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Ivanti Integrates Ivanti Neurons Platform with Splunk Security Operations Suite

We have unveiled several exciting announcements recently, from the launch of Ivanti Neurons to all of our strategic partnerships and integrations (see the details on Intel and Qualys). In fact, we have had so much content to announce that we've needed to create a whole new blog category! But this train is not slowing down any time soon.

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Ivanti Neurons for Discovery: The Single Source of Truth in Minutes, Not Days

Who doesn’t like a good ole’ game of “Guess how many M&Ms or marbles are in that jar”? Are you off by 20, 50, or by a couple hundred? Or maybe you’re fairly close estimating the number of spheres in a confined space. Now think about your IT assets in your organization. Are all of them accounted for? Where are they located? Take a guess. Guess again. A miss is as good as a mile.

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What Is Identity & Access Management and What Does It Mean for You?

Identity & Access Management (IAM) is the central administration of identities and access rights in a company. Authentication and authorization are essential components with which identities are managed and access rights for linked solutions, systems, applications and resources are controlled. It may sound complicated, but this can be easily explained using a practical example.

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Qualys Integrates Ivanti Patch Management Into Qualys VMDR Platform

Our latest announcement comes in the form of another exciting partnership, this time with Qualys! A leading provider of disruptive cloud-based IT, security, and compliance solutions, Qualys has integrated Ivanti Patch Management technology into their Qualys VMDR (Vulnerability Management Detection Response) platform.

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Ivanti Neurons: Beyond Self Service, Beyond Omnichannel to Self-Servicing

I’m thrilled that we’ve finally announced the availability of the new Ivanti Neurons platform! It’s been a long journey involving huge efforts by all parts of the Ivanti organization over recent years to get to this point. There is a powerful and close relationship between the Ivanti Neurons platform and Ivanti’s Enterprise Service Management and IT Service Manager capabilities.

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Evolving Your Security Strategy Toward Self-Securing With Ivanti Neurons

Threat actors move fast. They are agile and will shift tactics as opportunities present themselves. As the COVID-19 pandemic changed how we had to work and manage our users and environments, threat actors also made changes. They adapted to a new opportunity and they did so very quickly. ZScaler released a report in April showing the increase in COVID themed attacks increasing 30,000% between January and March this year.