Log management in a silver-lined cloud

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January 2009: Surviving a bad economy
January 2009: Surviving a bad economy

Date: Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Time: 2:00 p.m. EST/11:00 a.m. PST

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Log management technology has been labeled – often accurately – as complex and expensive. But many organizations face regulatory mandates that require log management. Given today's climate of economic uncertainty, such organizations must find a way to effectively manage log data with a tightening budget. Cloud computing is the answer. In the cloud, organizations can meet the demands of both shrinking budgets and expanding regulations.

Join Randy Rosenbaum and Steve Smith from the Alert Logic product team as they discuss how cloud-based solutions can help you effectively manage logs on a tight budget. In this webinar, you will learn how a cloud-based log management solution provides the following benefits:

  • Easy to buy, deploy, use, and own with no software or hardware to purchase or maintain, no upfront investment required, and everything included in one convenient monthly fee
  • Enables regulatory compliance with automated log data collection and due diligence review as well as immutable, redundant, and secure archival
  • Improves incident response and resolution for security, performance, and availability incidents via quick and easy browser-based access to all historical log data

Featured speakers:
Randy Rosenbaum, CPISM, product marketing manager, Alert Logic
Steve Smith, product manager, Alert Logic

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AlertLogic's on-demand solutions provide the easiest way to secure networks and comply with policies and regulations by enabling our customers to detect threats, eliminate vulnerabilities and manage log data.

Our on-demand platform utilizes software-as-a-service to deliver the benefits of rapid deployment, zero maintenance and no upfront capital costs. As a result, AlertLogic customers benefit from easy and affordable security and compliance.

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