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Quick Takes: Antivirus prices tumble for SMBs

Trend Micro has reduced prices on its antivirus security suites for small and medium sized businesses, leading off this edition of Quick Takes.

Trend Micro reduces prices, announces Associate Partner Program

Trend Micro announced a 20% price reduction for its antivirus security suites for small and medium-sized businesses until June 30, 2003. NeaTSuite, Client/Server and Client/Server/Messaging Suites will all be affected by this temporary price reduction. In conjunction with lowering prices, the company also launched Trend Micro Associate Partner Program geared toward small and medium-sized resellers in the U.S. and Canada.

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ActivCard, Giesecke & Devrient announce compliance

ActivCard announced that Gieseck & Devrient's Sm@rtCafe Expert Java Card is compliant with ActivCard Identity Management System; ActivCard Gold smart-card middleware and ActivCard ID Applet Framework; and ActivPack AAA Authentication Server. This partnership provides greater choices to enterprise customers for identity management by enabling PIN management, PKI, one-time passwords, biometrics and static password services.

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CorePROTECT unveils Double Downtime calculator

CorePROTECT launched the Double Downtime calculator in an effort to help companies determine the more accurate cost of losing data and settings. The Double Downtime calculator accounts for both lost end-user productivity and IT support time.

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Free Ecora NetExplorer launched

Ecora launched their free Ecora NetExplorer, a utility for scanning ports and detecting connected devices to determine any vulnerabilities within a specified IP range. It can also keep an inventory of the IT infrastructure.

Download Ecora NetExplorer

DigiGAN upgrades Trusted Web Server, launches Trusted Gateway

DigiGAN launched the Trusted Gateway and upgraded the Trusted Web Server, their flagship product. Both products are designed to help the public sector meet the new Homeland Security requirements by promoting interoperability and collaboration; their source code is based on technology created by Lockheed Martin for the Department of Defense. Customers will find DigiGAN's Trusted Solutions embedded with Sun's Trusted Solaris 8 and manufactured by Lockheed Martin Corporation.

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