IT Briefcase Spotlights Globanet Merge1 Video

We are pleased to share that our Globanet Merge1 video has been selected for inclusion on the IT Briefcase website.  The video illustrates how Globanet Merge1™, a SaaS compatible message capture platform, collects different data types, such as social media, instant messages, text messages, financial messages and more.

New Globanet Senior Channel Manager

Globanet is pleased to announce the hiring of Ohan Kedjidjian, Senior Channel Manager.  Ohan's primary role will be to work with current Globanet partners and develop strategic alliances with new partners.  The Globanet channel ecosystem continues to grow within the information technology and management industry, and is excited to move forward with the skills and expertise that Ohan offers.

Globanet Migrate 7.0 Featured as Product of the Week on Network World

Globanet Migrate 7.0 was released on 8/1/2014. The product’s advanced features and capability caught the eye of Network World and was featured as product of the week. Globanet Migrate version 7.0 boasts several upgraded features, such as:

·       Data migration speed that is up to 10x faster than previous versions

·       Improved database architecture that increases throughput and scalability

·       Enhanced auto-tuning for a more smooth and efficient migration

Globanet Named a Favorite Place to Work by the Los Angeles Daily News

The Los Angeles Daily News recently named Globanet as a Favorite Place to Work in their annual Reader’s Choice Awards.

The results will be published in Los Angeles Daily News’ annual Readers Choice Award Supplement on August 29, 2014. This year’s award selections were very competitive with over 33,000 people whom casted votes for a limited amount of categories. This is the 15th year that the Los Angeles Daily News has hosted the Reader’s Choice Award, and their website alone boasts a community of over 342,000 readers.

Ouch! IRS Officials Not Archiving Instant Messages and Lost Two Years Worth of Emails

On July 9, 2014, the Wall Street Journal and many other news outlets published articles about the IRS not archiving Microsoft OCS instant messages, which is an older version of Microsoft Lync.  The House Oversight Committee of Congress placed former IRS Director of Exempt Organizations, Lois Lerner, under direct investigation for losing over two years worth of emails, supposedly because her hard drive crashed in 2011.  Republicans have remained vigilant against Lois in not being able to produce those email records in backup tapes as well.