WinBoot.com recently announced the availability of P.I. Protector v1.0, an Internet privacy software program that...
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uses the latest removable storage device, the USB memory key. P.I. Protector protects a Windows XP or Windows 2000 user's privacy and their sensitive personal information by diverting all tracking of a user's Internet activities to a portable USB memory key. Consequently, P.I. Protector prohibits the storage of any information on the user's hard drive and offers the added convenience of "Internet Portability."WinBoot.com's Web site
EEye enters distribution deal with Ingram Micro
EEye Digital Security recently announced a distribution agreement with Ingram Micro Inc. The agreement will expand eEye's access to resellers in North America through Ingram Micro's solution provider network, providing them access to eEye's network security products, like Retina Network Security scanner and SecureIIS Application Firewall.eEye Digital Security's Web site
Eprovision a winner with Business Layers magazine
Business Layers recently announced its eProvision Software received the Network Computing Magazine's "Editor's Choice" award for best employee provisioning software. Business Layers' software beat out competing products from Access360, Novell, and Waveset Technologies.Business Layers' Web site
Safe SIP passage through enterprise firewalls
Ingate Systems and BroadSoft, Inc. recently announced that the Ingate SIParator successfully interoperates with BroadSoft's BroadWorks product. The joint solution will allow businesses to pass SIP-based communications through common enterprise firewalls. By using the SIParator in conjunction with BroadSoft's BroadWorks, companies can allow existing firewalls to have access to SIP-based communications such as voice mail and conferencing.Ingate Systems' Web site BroadSoft's Web site
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