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Review: DigitalPersona Pro

Review: DigitalPersona Pro

DigitalPersona Pro was designed for bringing biometric fingerprint scanning into the large-scale enterprise.
Sep 9 2008 3:29PM
Palm Treo Pro targets business professionals

Palm Treo Pro targets business professionals

Palm has announced a new Windows Mobile smartphone aimed at business professionals, designed to give users easy access to common functions while integrating better with corporate infrastructure, according to the firm..
Aug 21 2008 7:46AM
Review: Yoggie Pico Pro

Review: Yoggie Pico Pro

The Yoggie Pico Pro is a USB security device aimed at corporate road warriors. As mobile workers often rely on third-party WiFi networks to connect to corporate systems on the road, this can represent a loophole in enterprise security.
Mar 7 2008 9:14AM
Apple updates MacBook and MacBook Pro lines

Apple updates MacBook and MacBook Pro lines

Apple has added three MacBooks and three MacBook Pros to its notebook range, all powered by the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processors..
Feb 27 2008 3:41PM
Review: SonicWALL PRO 4100

Review: SonicWALL PRO 4100

The solution from SonicWALL is an appliance-based offering which runs on a 1U rack mounted device. The PRO 4100 provides 10 Ethernet gigabit interfaces, which can be separately addressed and configured.
Nov 26 2007 2:02PM
Review: DigitalPersona Pro Workstation/Pro Server

Review: DigitalPersona Pro Workstation/Pro Server

This product focuses on making usernames and passwords almost obsolete. DigitalPersona Pro uses One Touch and it can be applied not only to logon, but to administrator sign-on to web-based applications where the administrator touches the device and all fields are filled out.
Oct 24 2007 4:45PM
Trend Micro unveils Internet Security Pro

Trend Micro unveils Internet Security Pro

Trend Micro has released a new internet security product aimed at regular web users to secure online transactions.
Sep 28 2007 10:06AM
Review: InstaGate PRO

Review: InstaGate PRO

This product is feature-rich and especially easy to use and administrate. Setting it up is as simple as taking it out of the box and plugging it in. It is then configured using the simple web interface-based setup wizard.
Aug 9 2006 12:00AM
Review: PRO 4100

Review: PRO 4100

SonicWALL’s PRO line of UTM appliances offers a good collection of features over and beyond a basic firewall, although this core feature is well provided. The 4100 we received is at the upper end of the line, offering 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports and throughput of 800Mbps. A 2.4Gbps version is also available.
Jul 10 2006 12:00AM
Apple silences MacBook Pro fans

Apple silences MacBook Pro fans

Apple has released a firmware update for its 17in MacBook Pro notebook designed to silence the computer's noisy fans and solve overheating issues.
Jul 3 2006 9:20AM
Review: InstaGate PRO

Review: InstaGate PRO

The InstaGate has several interesting features. It can become more than just a firewall and IPS, as eSoft offers different software extensions, called SoftPaks. These include anti-virus, web filters, and IM and peer-to-peer filters. Apart from being an all-in-one device, it has a range of customisable reports and alert logs. It also includes several real-time monitors and keeps track of all internal and external activity.
May 1 2006 12:00AM
Jobs launches Intel-based iMacs, notebooks

Jobs launches Intel-based iMacs, notebooks

Steve Jobs has officially opened the door to the Intel era at Apple.
Jan 11 2006 9:07AM
Review: Sonicwall Pro 5060

Review: Sonicwall Pro 5060

Part of Sonicwall’s firewall line, this 1U rack mountable appliance features six Gigabit Ethernet ports and an Intel Xeon processor. Its primary function is as a stateful inspection firewall, protecting your network based on rules you give it. But it has a range of optional security services including AV and IPS. We tested its anti-spyware capabilities. Sonicwall offers a free trial, so you can turn the service on through your MySonicwall account, accessible through the firewall’s web-based management.
Jan 1 2006 12:00AM
Review: SonicWall Pro 5060

Review: SonicWall Pro 5060

This is part of SonicWall's security platform appliance range. It's the top-of-the-line model, featuring six Gigabit Ethernet ports and an Intel Xeon processor. Technically, it's not actually an IPS appliance, but more of a firewall with IPS abilities. That said, you can turn the main firewall off and operate it in-line with another firewall.

Jun 30 2005 12:00AM
Review: Pro 5060f

Review: Pro 5060f

Better known for its smaller appliances, SonicWall has pushed into the enterprise market with its Pro 5060f. Running SonicOS Enhanced 3.1, the 1U appliance houses a 2.4GHz Intel Xeon processor, 512MB of RAM and six Gigabit Ethernet interfaces. The 'f' in our model signifies that two of these ports are multimode fiber, but you can buy a 5060 with six copper ports.

Jun 10 2005 12:00AM
Review: Red-Alert PRO and Red Detect

Review: Red-Alert PRO and Red Detect

Red-M's Red-Alert Pro is a wireless intrusion detection probe that senses 802.11 a, b, g, and even Bluetooth activity simultaneously. It logs security threats and feeds the details to a Red Detect server if run in managed mode, or stores it if run standalone. Red-Alert Pro keeps track of connections between known and unknown devices, making an alert whenever a new unknown device is present and informing you of which device(s) the unknown entity is communicating with. If run in standalone mode, the security logs can be accessed via a convenient and intuitive web interface. If run in managed mode, the Red Detect server handles the logs.

May 10 2005 12:00AM
Review: DigitalPersona Pro for Active Directory

Review: DigitalPersona Pro for Active Directory

DigitalPersona Pro (formerly U are U Pro) for Active Directory is now at version 3.0 (the vendor tells us version 3.1 is now available) and is as slick as ever in its presentation, installation and general ease of use.

Oct 6 2004 12:00AM
Review: DiskNet Pro 4

Review: DiskNet Pro 4

A lot of companies are shouting that the next big threat to organizations will come from within – a problem that security professionals have known about for a very long time. As long as people are fallible, they will be tempted to look at things they shouldn't or steal things from the companies they work for. So with that in mind, something should be done to keep data from slipping out in pockets and handbags.

Oct 6 2004 12:00AM
Review: Secure Storage Router Pro

Review: Secure Storage Router Pro

On first appearance this router would seem another ho-hum product for sharing an internet connection within a small office/branch office, but looks can be deceiving. There maybe be similar looking devices on the market for a fraction of the price of this product but the amount of features make it a worthwhile consideration.

Jul 2 2004 12:00AM
Review: SpySubtract Pro

Review: SpySubtract Pro

Spyware  is a royal pain but the average user is, most of the time, not aware of the snooping activities of these little programs on their computers. 

Apr 19 2004 12:00AM

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