There are quite literally thousands of network companies and cyber securities all across the globe, and in this constantly growing and shifting landscape, it can be difficult for customers to choose which service would be best for their needs.
At BlueCat, we push through the noise to not only deliver automated, centralized network management and increased network visibility and security but unrivaled customer service as well. We pride ourselves on being a constant resource and source of support for our customers. Whether it’s our customer care portal or our regular webinars, we make sure our customers have everything they need to get the most out of our products every step of the way.
All this being said, we are very excited to announce that BlueCat is a Stevie Awards finalist for Customer Service Department of the Year Award! The Stevie Awards recognize the accomplishments and contributions of sales and customer service professionals worldwide and attract thousands of entries every year. We couldn’t have done it without our loyal BlueCat customers, fans, and followers. However, the last step is up to you.
The final winner of this award is determined by public vote, so we’re counting on you! We would love if you could take a quick moment to vote for us. Plus, it’s easy! Just click here.
Voting closes at midnight on February 9th, so don’t delay. We greatly appreciate your continued support and look forward to another fantastic year.
Critical conversations on critical infrastructure
Find out how your peers are managing their networks through profound change. Watch this series of live interactive discussions with IT pros & join the debate in Slack.
SUNBURST/Solorigate Situation Briefing
BlueCat leaders discuss how the malware attack via SolarWind’s Orion platform exploited DNS and how BlueCat Edge could have helped to detect it.
React faster at the wire with BlueCat and ExtraHop
With the BlueCat ExtraHop Plugin, automatically create missing PTR records, and detect and react to security threats before they reach DNS servers.
Yes, IT should see what developers do in the cloud
Errors and outages occur when admins lack visibility into DNS and IP allocation in the cloud. With Bluecat, central DDI visibility is within reach.
Why McMaster University didn’t want another CIO
McMaster’s CTO, Gayleen Gray, highlights the importance of her unique role in a world where expectations of the CIO and CTO are colliding.