2018 was a busy year for the ManageEngine IT operations management team.
There’s no denying the importance of communication. Businesses cannot function without the proper means of communication, such as phone calls, faxes, emails, text messages, and more.
2018 is coming to an end and you might already be looking back at how this year has been for you. In the IT world, 2018 started with the processor bugs Meltdown and Spectre. From there, the year was filled with data breaches and ransomware.
Our product development team has been focusing on correlation and threat intelligence features, with the goal of thwarting external breach attempts. This year, we built new capabilities, strengthened existing features, and enhanced the usability of the product.
In the previous posts of this blog series, we discussed advanced persistent threats and data breaches, highlighting the importance of data security in today’s times.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the most popular public cloud providers today. Over the years, AWS’ services have expanded from cloud computing to application development and security.
To retain a competitive advantage in today’s fast-paced digital market, organizations need to focus on their application stack. Error-prone or bug-ridden applications may deter potential customers from visiting a site again.
We’re happy to announce the release of advanced analytics for three more ServiceDesk Plus modules: Request transition history, Projects and Knowledge base management.
In my previous post, we looked at how event correlation can be used to deal with advanced persistent threats (APTs). The thing is, an APT is just one ugly face of a much larger epidemic: the data breach.