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Vendor Analysis: Kaspersky Anti-Virus Products Examined
Kaspersky Labs is no newcomer to anti-virus products. Headquartered in Moscow, Russia, with offices in Pleasanton, California and Cambridge, England, Kaspersky

desktop firewall  information security, server and desktop security, application security, messaging security. Key Features: New Virus Notification, Bi-Daily Updates, Scheduling System, Phone and Email Support, Command Line Commands and Switches, Simple User Interface, Monitoring Mode, Reporting, Generator and Logging. Employees: Over 250 Contact Information: 011 +7 095-797-8700 Web site: http://www.kaspersky.com Product Strategy and Strengths Kaspersky anti-virus product line consists of 25 different anti-virus products Read More
Here Come the
The hot products at Comdex 99 are expected to be in the up-and-coming area of

desktop firewall  a significant challenge to desktop personal computers. Analysts expect the appliances to fall into several distinct categories: e-mail terminals that can look like small typewriters; screen phones that also send e-mail; and Web terminals, or dedicated non-Windows computing devices for browsing the Internet. Market Impact As with server appliances, the growth of information appliances (sometimes called Internet appliances or PC appliances) will be tremendous over the next three years; we expect annual Read More
Network Associates Hopes to Rekindle the Flame
Though the security market has been exploding, Network Associates, Inc. (NAI) will likely post a loss for FY'99. However, don't expect the security monolith to

desktop firewall  far more marketshare in desktop publishing than Microsoft, the firewall market has been similarly indicating that the simple solution is sometimes the best solution. Most organizations are finding that SPI firewalls are secure enough to get the job done, and in general, Proxy firewalls are slower to embrace new standards and keep pace with newfound security exploits. Network Asociates is at a crossroads with Gauntlet. It should either remove Gauntlet from its product line, or recruit a knowledgeable Read More
My Network Engineers are Talking about Implementing Split DNS. What Does that Mean?
You have heard that something called split DNS can speed up websites. What does this mean and how does it work?

desktop firewall  possible for your internal desktop users to use the external DNS server for publicly resolvable addresses out on the Internet, but then they will be putting a load on your external DNS server, competing with your customers for CPU cycles. Since the goal is to make your customers experience a fast website, don't setup your internal DNS server to be a slave of your external DNS server. Instead, use an altogether different server on your internal network for a secondary DNS slave. Set up your secondary DNS Read More
Desktop PCs: Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss… (Dell)
This year, the market can be summed up as 3D: Dell Direct Desktop. In comparison, Compaq and IBM are looking a little flat.

desktop firewall  the Old Boss… (Dell) Desktop PCs: Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss (Dell) C. McNulty - May 4, 2000 Market Overview Non-portable, Intel compatible PCs remain the primary vehicle for supporting most applications in the modern organization. Intel/AMD-based processors and internal hard drives distinguish systems in this category. It also helps to point out what is not included in this market: Thin clients and dumb terminals Intel-architecture systems which require network access for most key Read More
Microsoft Tech Ed 2000 Win2K Attendee Network Fails Miserably
While sitting at one Windows 2000 desktop we waited a solid five minutes just to complete the logon process only to find that the wide area network speeds and

desktop firewall  at one Windows 2000 desktop we waited a solid five minutes just to complete the logon process only to find that the wide area network speeds and feeds were so poor as to make the entire process pointless. More advanced Win2K users were using the 'NET SEND' command, (which allows a user to send an immediate pop up window to every user on the network), to air their concerns. A few examples of user comments include: Whoever put this network together should be fired Windows 2000 Should be Scrapped Micros Read More
Who’s Got the Better Windows Office Suite? Corel or Microsoft?
There is no one correct answer, both desktop office suites excel in specific areas and pale in others. The contents of this note target the generic corporate

desktop firewall  the never-ending question within desktop office suites, What's better, Corel's or Microsoft's? Generally, this question is answered from an emotional perspective, based entirely on the specific administrator's and/or end users comfort level. There is no one correct answer, both desktop office suites excel in specific areas and pale in others. The contents of this note will pit the two systems against each other in four specific areas: Product Functionality: Feature functions contained within the Read More
Corel and PC Chips to Accelerate Mass Desktop Deployment of Linux
Corel Corporation today announced its first major Linux(r) OEM alliance, which will see its Linux operating system, Corel(r) LINUX(r), bundled with every

desktop firewall  Chips to Accelerate Mass Desktop Deployment of Linux Event Summary November 1st, 1999 - Corel Corporation today announced its first major Linux OEM alliance, which will see its Corel Linux operating system bundled with every computer motherboard package shipped worldwide by the PC Chips group of companies. PC Chips will also ship Corel(r) WordPerfect(r) 8 for Linux and Corel WordPerfect Suite 8 OEM (for Windows(r)) with its motherboards. In addition, the alliance calls for a joint marketing campaign for Read More
IBM PC Line Redrawn
IBM has decided to combine its entire desktop PC line under one name. The NetVista brand, until last week the name for IBM’s thin clients and appliance desktops

desktop firewall  PC family, completing the desktop PC model transition begun earlier this year. The activity continues IBM's Edge of Network initiative, with devices designed from the ground up for fast, high-bandwidth Internet access, easy set-up and simplified use. Additions include: New Netvista desktop systems New data recovery/data transfer software IBM Direct Build Your Own NetVista models New IBM microdrive NetVista models with Microsoft Millenium software pre-loaded The new models offer software stability, with Read More
Caldera eDesktop Edges Out Microsoft Windows 2000 in Functionality - Part II
TechnologyEvaluation.com has completed its analysis of the innate functionality of three desktop operating systems – Microsoft Windows 2000, Red Hat Linux 6.2

desktop firewall  - June 15, 2000 Desktop Operating System Functionality Technology Evaluation.com has completed its initial technology selection model for desktop operating systems. (A subset of these results is available online, in our patented technology selection system, WebTESS .) We thought the results for product functionality were particularly notable. This set of criteria defines the intrinsic features and functions of the OS. This note evaluates the features and functions delivered by the product itself, which Read More
Achieving Business Performance Goals through Virtualization Management Best Practices
Virtualization is changing the way system hardware is used, and the way desktop environments are delivered and how users interact with applications

desktop firewall  used, and the way desktop environments are delivered and how users interact with applications. Virtualization can improve system use and reduce downtime—but there are significant inhibitors to a successful virtualization deployment. Find out why common virtual machine (VM) software is not enough to meet your business goals, and how a VMware solution can help you. Read More
Are You Adequately Protecting Your IT Infrastructure Components Inside the Firewall?
Components such as applications, databases, web servers, directories, and operating systems rely mostly on built-in security features. But passwords and

desktop firewall  IT security,IT infrastructure,IT policy enforcement,security compliance,change management systems,change validation,security policies,security features,network access controls,database management Read More
Are Your Laptops Protected against Careless Employee Use?
The best encryption and security policies will not protect your laptops against careless employee use. Learn about the latest innovations in tracking IT assets

desktop firewall  worldwide shift from stationary desktop computers to highly-portable laptop and tablet PC computers offers organizations increased productivity, flexible work schedules and greater work/life balance. Driven by the need for increased productivity and the ability to present up-to-date information at a moment s notice, secure mobile computing can be an organization s greatest strength. However, research indicates that lost or stolen laptop computers cause nearly 50% of public data breaches.3 With recentlyexp Read More
Check Point Leads Firewall Market
With a workforce of 800+ employees, Check Point continues to see record revenues selling firewall and related information security solutions.

desktop firewall  Point Leads Firewall Market Check Point Leads Firewall Market L. Taylor - July 25, 2000 Vendor Genesis Israeli based Check Point Software Technologies, Ltd., headquartered on the outskirts of Tel Aviv, was founded in 1993. On June 28, 1996, Check Point launched its IPO on NASDAQ under ticker symbol CHKPF. On March 3, 1999, they changed their ticker symbol to CHKP. Check Point's founder, Chairman, President, and CEO, Gil Shwed developed his security skills while working in the intelligence unit of the Read More

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