Category: Features & Releases
April 07, 2015
Anna Chiang, Technical Product Marketing Manager
Many current security tools (e.g., encryption, network defense and signature-based products) are focused on preventing outsiders from gaining access to sensitive internal file systems and databases. However defending organizations from insider attacks is becoming a growing concern. In a recent study Insider Threat Report from Vormetric, 89% of global senior business managers and IT professionals polled felt that their organizations were now more at risk from an insider attack; 34% felt very or extremely vulnerable.
April 02, 2015Murtaza Amiji, Senior Director of Product Management
We’re happy to announce the general availability of our new Helix Versioning Engine, with built-in distributed version control (DVCS) capabilities.
March 26, 2015Anna Chiang, Technical Product Marketing Manager
March 24, 2015
Dave Robertson, Vice President of Channels
The Perforce Partner Summit is the annual kick-off for our channel partners. It is part of a rich menu of channel enablement tools and activities that are open to all distributors, VARs, consultants and SIs that engage in selling or implementing Perforce.
Channel enablement is an important part of what we do at Perforce. Given the complexity of modern product development, it’s critical that we work closely with all the providers of technology and services that contribute to the infrastructure for releasing products quickly and efficiently.
March 19, 2015Anna Chiang, Technical Product Marketing Manager
It seems a day doesn’t pass without some new data theft issue in the headlines. These attacks are made for economic gain, competitive advantage, espionage or some mix of the three.
March 13, 2015
by PM Clary, Technology Partnerships Manager
The world of model-based design got a big boost last week with the release of P4SL, our Open Source integration with Mathworks’ flagship products, Simulink, the leading simulation and modeling tool, and MATLAB, the popular numerical computing environment.
Simply put, you can now perform all the most common Perforce operations from within Simulink and MATLAB on pretty much any object you can right-click on—in most cases, there’s no longer a need to context-switch between Perforce and Simulink or MATLAB.Posted In: