Check Out Free eSeminar Feb. 23 on Managed Transfers

By Chris Preimesberger  |  Posted 2010-02-12 Print this article Print

Here at The Station, we write a lot about data residing in storage arrays, servers, the cloud, flash thumb drives, etc. Because data moves so fast, it's easy to take for granted the security of the actual transit path our important shared information takes to get from one place to another.

So, in the interest of our continuing education, we at eWEEK have come up with a free 60-minute eSeminar on this topic for you. It takes place Tuesday, Feb. 23 at 1 p.m. Eastern time (U.S.).

Here's how we're describing the eSeminar:

Nothing is more valuable to a business than its proprietary data. Sharing this information among both internal as well as external stakeholders thus needs to be done with the highest levels of security, compliance, reliability, speed, and trackability. Today's managed file transfer (MFT) services are designed to do just that and more for organizations such as those in health care, financial/insurance, and government.

The editors of Ziff Davis Enterprise invite you to join them in participating in this informative editorial-driven eSeminar, where they'll have a frank and open discussion with leading MFT solutions providers about the latest trends, advances, and benefits of MFT offerings.

Ziff Davis Enterprise Editor of Strategic Content Christopher Yeich will serve as the moderator. Featured speakers will be: Abhay Rajaram, Director, Product Management, YouSendIt Eric Lundquist, Vice President of Strategic Content, Ziff Davis Enterprise Guy Currier, Executive Director, Research, Ziff Davis Enterprise Jason Brooks, Senior Analyst, eWeek Labs, Ziff Davis Enterprise L. Frank Kenney, Vice President, Global Strategy, Ipswitch Roger Gassman, MessageWay Solutions, Inc. Chris Preimesberger , Senior Writer & Blogger, eWEEK, Ziff Davis Enterprise

Yes, The Station will be among those "on the air." We enjoy doing these events because they're interactive and similar to talk radio. Plus, we always have fun working with thought-leader colleagues Lundquist, Brooks, and Yeich.

Hope you can make it. Go here to get more info and to register. |

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