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Archive for February, 2012

Solera Helps You Respond Rapidly to Security Events

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SoleraSix from Solera Networks will provide greater detail of your network traffic and help you respond quickly – and intelligently – to network-based threats. The SoleraSix product takes the form of a hardware or virtual appliance to capture all network traffic and a Web browser front-end. Prices start at $10,000 for the Virtual Appliance model. We tested SoleraSix on a live network in February 2012.

http://SoleraNetworks.com

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February 23rd, 2012 at 3:06 pm

How Nimble.com Can Manage Your Social Networks

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Nimble offers a way to unify and better engage your social network contacts and track your customers and prospects. We tested version 2.0 in February and found lots of great enhancements, including support for Google Plus and Facebook business pages and integrations with leading SMB marketing tools.

There is a free plan and a paid corporate one for $15 per user per month.

http://nimble.com

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February 14th, 2012 at 10:05 am

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Three Ways to Leverage TPM Security With Wave Systems

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Wave Systems has developed software tools to work with the trusted computing module that is now included on many desktop and laptop business computers. This video will show you how to deploy it and some of its protective uses.

Wave Systems

http://wave.com/tpm

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February 5th, 2012 at 11:43 am

How to Deploy Wave’s Managed Self-Encrypting Hard Drive Solution

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Wave Systems is a leading provider of  self-encrypting drive management solutions. Self-encrypting drives are now included in many desktop and laptop computer hard drives. This video will show you how to deploy it and some of its protective properties.

Embassy Remote Administration Server

Wave Systems

http://wave.com/products/eras.asp

Price: Starts at $92 per seat MSRP, quantity discounts available

ERAS is a snap-in to Microsoft’s Management Console and integrates with Active Directory. It runs on any Windows Server. We tested it in November 2011.

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February 5th, 2012 at 11:31 am

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