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MANAGED SECURITY SERVICES NEWS TippingPoint Managed Security Service TippingPoint Price: Monitoring-only of TippingPoint IPS devices ranges from $500 to $1,900 a month per device, monitoring and management from $1,000 to $4,500 TippingPoint, a division of 3Com, in partnership with Counterpane Internet Security, offers a managed security service enabling enterprises to outsource and centralize the 24x7 management and monitoring of global, multisite IPS deployments. In addition to providing managed security services for IPS platforms, the combined service will provide management of other third-party data center server resources and network devices, so customers can aggregate events and correlate network information. TippingPoint equipment will be incorporated into Counterpane's existing Security Operations Centers. Verizon Business Managed Wireless LAN Service Verizon Business Price: Six access points and a controller, $485 per month, plus one-time installation charge of $1,450 Verizon Business Managed Wireless LAN (WLAN) Service addresses all aspects of a ... Access >>>
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