on September 1, 2015
Ipswitch announced the findings of its inaugural Summertime Blues Survey that shows IT pros felt the heat this summer as they kept networks humming along for remote workers on vacation. Over the summer months, most organizations see a significant expansion in the number of remote workers, which can make the job of a network manager or sysadmin increasingly more difficult.
Press Release on June 25, 2015
LEXINGTON, Mass. -
Ipswitch announced the findings of a security and compliance survey that highlights the difficulties IT teams face when preparing for compliance audits. The survey polled 313 IT professionals in United States with more than half (59 percent) noting that they were not fully prepared to undergo an audit. Additionally, an astonishing 75 percent of respondents lacked confidence that colleagues authorized to work with sensitive information are adequately protecting it. When asked what they would be willing to do instead of a compliance audit, nearly half of all respondents (46 percent) would either undergo a root canal procedure, work over the holidays, live without electricity for a week or eat a live jellyfish.