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Endforce Enterprise 2.5 Endforce Price: $7,500 per server, $40 per client Endforce Enterprise 2.5 Endforce Enterprise meets organizations' needs for secure network access control, featuring broad application support and enforcement options. While organizations wrestle with the implications of Cisco Systems' NAC, Microsoft's NAP and Trusted Computing Group's TNC standards, noncompliant devices--particularly mobile ones--are a problem they need to address now. Endforce Enterprise 2.5 provides impressive endpoint checking and enforcement options for companies struggling to enforce network access security policies for their nomadic workforce. Endforce Enterprise automates the process of defining, assessing, enforcing and reporting endpoint security compliance. Users can be alerted for voluntary compliance, or be denied access and quarantined--either through removal from the network or dynamic reassignment to a sandboxed VLAN. Endforce Enterprise provides both agent and agentless options, although only the agent provides some of the higher level enforcement ... Access >>>
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