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July 6, 2010

Pete Cafarchio

Thoughts from Gartner Security and Risk Summit

Couple weeks ago, I had the privilege of attending the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit in National Harbor, MD.  It had all the networking, content, analyst meetings, keynotes, vendor expo, food and parties one comes to expect at these events.  But one workshop in particular really caught my attention.  Paul Proctor conducted a two… Read More »

April 8, 2010

Pete Cafarchio

EasyLink Services International Corporation Becomes a DataMotion Private Label Reseller

Today DataMotion announced its first major partnership in two years. EasyLink Services International will be reselling DataMotion’s SecureMail solution to encrypt email and document attachments.  The press release can be found on our website at: http://bit.ly/9DqwE3. A lot of work went into preparing the solution for a successful rollout, so it’s great to have the… Read More »

October 30, 2009

Congressional Committee File Sharing “Oops”

This morning AP announced a story about a Congressional committee security breach by an employee as a result of “peer to peer file sharing.”  Click here for the whole story. As long as there are people trying to get their work done productively, there will be security risks.  Users will normally take the path of… Read More »

September 23, 2009

Gartner’s Magic Quadrant..What Does it Mean to YOU?

I’m Dyana Klein, DataMotion’s Director of Marketing. Each year, Gartner generates a report on the vendors in a particular market space. One of the spaces DataMotion is known for is Managed File Transfer.  The annual report examines a variety of  vendors in that particular market over an extended period of time, and ranks them on the ability… Read More »

August 23, 2009

Bob Janacek

Just say “NO” to paper forms!

I’m Bob Janacek, DataMotion founder and CTO, and I’d like to say a few things about why electronic forms better than paper forms.  Worlds better.   This isn’t even really in question, is it? No more trying to decipher someone’s handwriting.  No more data entry mistakes.  And no more stacks of paper containing way too personal information like credit… Read More »

May 26, 2009

Old School Nostalgia and Stimulus Package Déjà Vu

I can’t help but feel a sense of déjà vu and nostalgia when I hear about the Stimulus Package on the news and reports about the Health Care Information Technology (HIT) Act and its impact on US healthcare. It is hard not to smile and think back to 1994, when the Goals 2000 act was… Read More »

May 15, 2009

eBizQ: The Voice of The Efficiency Evangelist – Patti Dock

There has long been a language divide between IT and “business speak,” but today, a common vocabulary has arisen organically from need. 2009 is truly the year the two sides converge and the IT manager has a singular opportunity to become the voice of the Efficiency Evangelist. Despite the challenges businesses are facing today, the… Read More »

April 27, 2009

People are part of the process

Every conversation I have with customers these days begins with “Resources are being cut, so we have to do a lot more with a lot less…” It’s the same for all of us. It doesn’t matter these days if it’s a conversation with a supplier, a customer or a partner.  Every conversation these days seems to… Read More »

March 19, 2009

Bob Janacek

Consuming People and Processes.

Of course, not in the literal sense, but rather from the perspective of enabling people and processes to exchange data in different formats and by different methods.  Until recently, if you had a really good IT department or system integrator, data exchange between people and processes was doable but difficult.  Now, however, there are many… Read More »

March 18, 2009

Take Charge of Your Chain Of Communication

Hi, I’m Dyana Klein, DataMotion’s Director of Marketing.  We live in a world where there is so much information, so much technology, so much communication,  so many outlets through which companies can send their messages…it’s “datapalooza.”   I find sometimes I am sending so many emails, communicating so frequently, and so intently in both my personal and… Read More »

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