Craig McDonald

Vice President, Product Management

BackBox Recognized for Superior Customer Support and Ease of Use with Multiple G2 Customer Review Awards

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We’re excited to share that BackBox has received several awards through our customer reviews in G2 that underscore our focus on supporting customers and creating quality, value-driven products that are easy to use. These specific recognitions include Users Most Likely to Recommend, Easiest to Use, Easiest to do Business With, Best Support Quality and Best BackBox Recognized for Superior Customer Support and Ease of Use with Multiple G2 Customer Review Awards

Network Security Automation Improves Efficiency For Your System Admin

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Today marks System Administrator Appreciation Day — the day to thank your network system administrators for their tireless efforts to keep our workplaces running and our data secure. While sys admins are the public face of IT and enjoy the (much-deserved) limelight on this day, their network admin brethren are sometimes overlooked. Their work is Network Security Automation Improves Efficiency For Your System Admin

BackBox Network Automation for Patch Management & OS Updates

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Today, network management is becoming much more challenging due to complex network environments that span cloud and hybrid work settings, a wide variety of vendors that make up an organization’s IT infrastructure, and the ongoing talent shortage in both IT and security industries. The demand for network management teams to consistently deliver services and maintain BackBox Network Automation for Patch Management & OS Updates

The Network Automation Landscape

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Despite an abundance of tools available to increase network security and efficiency, only 35% of enterprises use network automation according to Gartner. Survey respondents indicate 74% of all their network activities are manual, and to the chagrin of many overworked network administrators around the world, the “overall level of automation is just mediocre.” The modern The Network Automation Landscape