Monthly Archives: September 2010

No More Need For Hackers – Hospital Just Giving Away Your Private Data

Two months ago we posted about the massive data breach at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, Massachusetts, “800,000 Reasons Why MFT is Important“. Well, the drama and the headaches continue. What originally happened was that computer files containing personal information of about 800,000 people, information such as names, addresses, phone numbers, dates of birth, Social […]

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Salary.com selects Ipswitch for Managed File Transfer

Here’s a nice write-up of one of our newest customers, Salary.com Every once in a while we like to showcase an exciting new customer and share some of the reasons why they chose to deploy an Ipswitch File Transfer solution to solve their business problems. Quick background on the business […]

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An OMG Look at Some New Acronyms

“Every so often, you have to SYH (shake your head) at the acronyms created by technology companies” Shane O’Neill, Publisher of CIO magazine and CIO.com O’Neill has a great point. I remember back in my freelance days I was in some meetings where project managers would reach into a box […]

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Are data breaches inevitable?

I just read an interesting article on MarketingWeek written by Richard Lees, chairman of dbg (The Database Group).  Richard has spent the better part of 20+ years combining two of my passions:  marketing and data.  So I’m instantly interested in his opinion on data security. So why are we so […]

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