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The importance of visibility

| November 29, 2011 | Enforcement, Managed File Transfer, Visibility

You’re going to be hearing more and more about “VISIBILITY” from Ipswitch, so I’d like to quickly start this blog post with our definition of visibility in the context of files and data flowing into, within and out of your company:

Visibility:  “Unobstructed vision into all data interactions, including files, events, people, policies and processes”

Fast, easy access to critical file and data transfer information is a must-have – it’s critical to the success of your business.  Whether it’s tracking and reporting on SLAs, analyzing file transfer metrics to identify bottlenecks and improve efficiency, or providing customers and partners with easy self-service access to the file transfer information they require – as well as countless other business objectives – unobstructed visibility is imperative.

Having one consolidated view into all of the systems and processes involved in your organizations file and data transfers will deliver tremendous business value and a competitive edge.  Please do take a couple of minutes to watch Ipswitch’s Frank Kenney share his perspective on why visibility is important.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsxzweLBRGA&feature=channel_video_title[/youtube]

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