Monthly archives: July, 2015

Chuck Leaver – As We Enter The Third Phase Of Cyber Security It Has Become People Centered

Written By Kyle Flaherty And Presented By Chuck Leaver Ziften CEO   Cyber attack impact on companies is typically uncomplicated to measure, and the suppliers of tech solutions are always showing off different statistics to reveal that you have to obtain their newest software application (including Ziften). But one figure is extremely stunning: In The



Chuck Leaver – You Need To Extend Visibility Down To The End Point And This Video Shows You How

Written By Josh Applebaum And Presented By Charles Leaver CEO Ziften Technologies     Nowadays security risks and attack vectors are continuously evolving, and organizations have to be more alert when it pertains to monitoring their network infrastructure. The border of the network and the infrastructure security are frequently challenged because of no visibility of



Using The Right Technical Approach To Client Management At Ziften – Chuck Leaver

Written By Dr Al Hartmann And Presented By Chuck Leaver Ziften CEO There has actually generally been an absence of visibility on Windows clients of the applications that are running and the resources that are being utilized. There are good tools out there to monitor the server infrastructure and the network, however the client has



Chuck Leaver – How To Handle BYOD

Written By Dr Al Hartmann And Presented By Chuck Leaver Ziften CEO If you are not curious about BYOD then your users, especially your executive users, probably will be. Being the most productive with the least effort is exactly what users want. Using the simplest, fastest, most familiar and comfortable device to do their work



Chuck Leaver – Now It Is Possible For Your IT Endpoint To Tell You Where It Hurts

Written by Dr Al Hartmann and presented by Ziften CEO Chuck Leaver It would be fantastic if your IT client endpoints could tell you that they are sick instead of receiving unpleasant calls from dissatisfied IT users wouldn’t it? However the reality is that IT clients can not tell you when there is something wrong.