Yesterday, I blogged about the new release of Quest Privilege Manager for Unix (v5.5). One thing that I spend a lot of time on is working with the product management team on "better together" scenarios. In other words, what individual products are better when paired with another product?
The QPM4U product is a great example of a product that generates audit information and, as such, that information could be considered sensitive or confidential. So one thing we added to the 5.5 version of the product was an actual pointer to our Defender product so a customer would be presented directly with information on how they could secure the information within QPM4U by using Defender. Here's a screen shot...
After all, we can't always rely on everyone to read the release notes or manuals can we?
Quest Software, QSFT, Defender, PassGo, privileged account management, identity management, Linux, Unix
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