A touchscreen network scanner might sound like a gimmick, but it's a surprisingly useful business tool as Simon Handby finds out in our review.
The eternal question: which is better, Windows or Mac OS? With the release of a new Mac OS, 10.7 Lion, David Ludlow takes another look at this age-old debate.
Websense's TSGA claims to be the first unified solution for web, mail and data security that doesn’t rely on any third party components.
Kemp LoadMasters are affordable application delivery controllers for SMBs.
The Pro 2000 from CronLab is touted as a fire-and-forget anti-spam appliance with top detection rates. We put it through a barrage of live tests in the lab to see if it lives up to the hype.
Winfrasoft provides Microsoft powered security appliances with a difference as it uses Tier-1 hardware platforms. Is this enough to make them the best choice for running Forefront TMG 2010?
Microsoft has replaced its venerable ISA Server with Forefront TMG 2010 and Celestix delivers it as a complete plug-and-go security appliance.
The InstaGate 806 uses eSoft’s own security services and doesn’t rely on third party vendors. In this review we find out if it can it hold its own against the established names.
eSoft may be a relative newcomer to the UK content security market but competitors would be well advised to keep a close eye on it.
Ever lost an email? That really important one you deleted a year ago? As GFI takes its Mail Archiver application to version 6, we take it for a spin.
An enterprise level UTM appliance that combines tough firewall and IPS functions with strong anti-spam and web content filtering capabilities.
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