Review: Pearl Echo

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Review: Pearl Echo

Pearl Software's Echo 6 works in a slightly different way to the other products on test. Rather than blocking web traffic at the gateway, Echo uses a client/server approach. The server dictates the policy, while clients installed on each PC control internet access locally. While the server is very quick and easy to install, there's quite a lot of leg work involved in distributing the client to all of your network's computers.

Pearl Software's Echo 6 works in a slightly different way to the other products on test. Rather than blocking web traffic at the gateway, Echo uses a client/server approach. The server dictates the policy, while clients installed on each PC control internet access locally. While the server is ...

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