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WhatsUp Gold 2018 is here!

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Ipswitch, world leader in secure data transfer and network monitoring, announced WhatsUp Gold 2018 with major enhancements, including performance monitoring of Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure cloud deployments, Meraki cloud managed wireless systems, Dell Compellent storage devices and Outlook 365. Ipswitch’s customers now have an at-a-glance dashboard and an interactive map for visibility into the status and performance of networks, servers, storage devices and applications across on-premises and cloud with a single network interface.

"IT professionals wear multiple hats and can’t afford to invest large amounts of time trying to extract the information they need from disparate management tools,said Austin O’Malley, Chief Product Officer at Ipswitch.The latest version of WhatsUp Gold meets the growing needs of our customers with even smarter discovery, a new overview dashboard to view key metrics and overall health quickly."

WhatsUp Gold 2018 delivers automatic discovery of your networked environment and displays your entire physical, virtual and cloud environment in a unique interactive map to enable truly proactive end-to-end performance monitoring and troubleshooting.

"I wanted to be in control of what was scanned, and the saved scan window makes this easy to do,” said Timothy Walsh, Senior IT Architect at American Electric Power Company. “I was up and running within a short time with little concern that I'd missed anything. The new dashboards come with standards that allow me to see my devices and any problems quickly and easily. The ability to modify my dashboards and share new ones also makes this a powerful tool. It can be used to setup a network operations monitoring center or just a local dashboard that I look at on my desktop. The flexibility is there for either use."

WhatsUp Gold gives users comprehensive monitoring including network devices, network traffic, servers (including Windows and Linux), hypervisors (including VMWare and Hyper-V), storage devices (including NetApp, EMC and Dell Compellent, wireless devices (including Cisco Meraki), web servers (including IIS and Apache), Java environments, cloud environments availability (for both AWS and Azure), and applications including Outlook 365 – all through a single interface.

WhatsUp Gold provides powerful search and filtering by device type or state. Powerful map overlays allow easy viewing of network dependencies, wireless networks, virtual environments, cloud resources and interface utilization. IT professionals can see the overall picture and then drill down to specific device types facilitating troubleshooting and assuring the fastest time to problem resolution.

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PhishMe rebrands as Cofense

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PhishMe - a leading provider of phishing defense solutions - today announced information about changing the company name to Cofense. This change is a consequence of the acquired of PhishMe by Private Equity Syndicate. The acquisition by a private equity consortium valued the company at $400 Million.

“PhishMe was founded to challenge the cliché that people are the weakest link in security. Our 1700+ enterprise and mid-market customers affirm that not only can their employees be conditioned to be less susceptible to cyber-attacks, but, in fact they can be turned into sensors that provide very timely intelligence” said Rohyt Belani, CEO and Co-Founder of Cofense. “The Cofense solution set leverages internal employee-generated attack intelligence in concert with purpose-built response technologies to break the attack kill chain at delivery. This acquisition further strengthens the alignment between our management team, employees, and investors as we focus on building an enduring company. With cybersecurity a top priority for organizations everywhere, our goal is to continue bringing innovative products to markets around the globe to help stop active attacks faster than ever.”

Cofense now has the added backing of multiple private equity firms to support future innovation via organic and inorganic growth initiatives. With hundreds of enterprise customers in more than 50 countries and across 23 industry verticals, Cofense will continue to deliver leading solutions in phishing defense by offering solutions that sit at the intersection of human intelligence and technology.

The new identity and acquisition comes on the heels of another year of explosive growth for the company, with major milestones including:
  • Approximately 80% revenue CAGR over the last four years
  • PhishMe Reporter® deployments on over 10 million end users’ work stations
  • Launch of an industry-first free simulation tool, PhishMe Free™, geared towards the SMB market
  • Continued global expansion with new offices opening in Australia, Singapore, Dubai, and Saudi Arabia
  • Expanded partnerships through its Technology Alliance Program (TAP), adding 14 of the world’s leading security providers.
Cofense’s unique approach and stellar management team won a number of industry accolades in 2017, including:
  • Being positioned as a leader in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Security Awareness Computer-Based Training
  • Ranked for a third year running in the Deloitte Fast 500
  • Recognized as a 2017 Fastest Growing Company and a Best Place to Work by Washington Business Journal
  • PhishMe CEO and Co-Founder, Rohyt Belani, received the EY Entrepreneur of The Year® Award in the Security category in the Mid-Atlantic region, was named a 2017 Washington Business Journal 40 under 40 honoree, and a 2017 Tech Titan by Washingtonian Magazin
  • PhishMe CTO and Co-Founder, Aaron Higbee, was named a 2017 Loudoun Business Journal 40 under 40 honoree, and a 2017 Tech Titan by Washingtonian Magazine.
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SUSE develops cooperation with Amazon Web Services

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SUSE is a pioneer in the open source software market. Their offer includes reliable solutions for Linux-based infrastructures and cloud environments. They provide great opportunities for cooperation, better control and freedom of action to enterprises.

SUSE expands collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS), which can now resell SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications directly on the AWS Marketplace. Users of AWS cloud and SAP systems, running on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications - the leading platform for SAP HANA and SAP S / 4HANA - will receive integrated support from AWS and SUSE. Besides, AWS customers can purchase SUSE Linux Enterprise systems on demand, paying only for what they use at a particular time. The aim of the cooperation between SUSE and AWS is to satisfy the growing demand of customers for flexibility of used IT environments and providing financial benefits from the transfer of critical business applications to the cloud.

“It is very important for us that we can expand cooperation with SUSE and start offering SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP applications on the AWS Marketplace. Our customers will receive standard Amazon Business support and a point of single contact for service requests. Besides, our cooperation aims to make it easier for customers to implement and scale SAP HANA software supported by SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Application, all at an affordable price.” – said Bas Kamphuis, Chief Executive of Amazon Web Services, Inc.
The vast majority of SAP HANA users use SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Application to develop, test and run production tasks, and many large enterprises do so for SAP applications in the AWS cloud. Customers interested in SAP implementation of SAP applications in the AWS cloud also have at their disposal clusters SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension, which ensures the continuity of SAP HANA operation and, in case of a breakdown switching between Availability Zones.

Customers interested in the AWS and SUSE offer can easily and quickly start working with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Application systems to support SAP HANA using AWS SAP HANA Quick Start software. It helps to start and configure the infrastructure necessary to implement SAP HANA, often in less than an hour, using the best practices of AWS, SAP and SUSE.

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