Quick Takes: New features for Exchange server

Quick Takes: New features for Exchange server

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GFI secures Exchange

GFI launched GFI Mail essentials for Exchange 7, a new product that adds e-mail tools to Microsoft Exchange Server, including anti-spam, disclaimers, mail archiving, Internet mail reporting, server-based auto replies and POP3 downloading. GFI Mail essentials 7 allows administrators to block spam at server level; add a corporate message to all outgoing email; archive mail; create reports on email use; download mail from POP3 mailboxes and direct it to one or more Exchange mailboxes; and send server-based auto replies.

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TruSecure joins Microsoft group

TruSecure announced that it has joined Microsoft's Security Strategy Group within its Financial Services Group and will deliver services to Microsoft's financial customers. TruSecure, a managed security services provider, has a footprint in financial arenas and specializes in Microsoft technology and multi-vendor computing environments.

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Ubizen secures survey company

Ubizen recently announced that Fugro, the world's largest geotechnical and survey company, has selected Ubizen to deliver managed security services, security components and professional services to more than 100 Fugro offices worldwide. Under the agreement, Ubizen will provide Fugro with proactive, worldwide, 24x7x365 services that include the monitoring, management and support of critical network and application-level security components, backed by rigorous Service Level Agreements (SLA).

Ubizen's Web site


Citadel teams with Qualys

Citadel Security Software announced a marketing and technology agreement with Qualys that enables customers to automatically verify the remediation of vulnerabilities on their corporate networks. The combined solutions will initiate an automatic vulnerability audit after remediation cycle from Citadel's Hercules product to validate the elimination of vulnerabilities on a company's network. The two companies will co-market and recommend each other's solutions.

Citadel's Web site

Qualys' Web site


Qualys trying to lure NAI customers

Qualys recently announced a special upgrade offer for customers that had been subscribing to Network Associates' CyberCop software for vulnerability assessment, an application on which NAI recently announced it is discontinuing further development. Qualys will offer CyberCop customers converting to Qualys' Web-based vulnerability assessment solution, QualysGuard, the first six months of coverage free plus a 20% on the ensuing annual subscription.

Qualys' Web site


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