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NetIQ Directory and Resource Administrator

Pass audits easier and reduce the administrative burden on your skilled IT staff. NetIQ Directory and Resource Administrator ensures secure and efficient Active Directory and Exchange administration. Microsoft Active Directory is both a datastore for confidential information and a gateway to other critical IT systems, so it must be diligently protected. However, the lack of […]

Micro Focus OES2015

Micro Focus Open Enterprise Server 2015 Now Available What is OES 2015? It’s a platform that you can use to distribute shared network services across your enterprise. These services primarily relate to directory, storage, printing and clustering functions, among others. OES 2015 is an enhanced version of the widely popular OES 11 platform and the […]

Sophos A CRN Winner 2015

Sophos Wins All Three Security Categories in 2015 CRN® Annual Report Card OXFORD, U.K. August 10, 2015 – Sophos has won all three security focused categories in The Channel Company’s esteemed 2015 CRN® Annual Report Card. Sophos swept the board for the second year running as the winners of “Overall Category: Client Security Software” and […]

ZENworks 11 SP4

Automate IT management and business processes across physical, virtual and cloud environments with comprehensive and integrated tools. New to ZENworks 11 SP4 brings better performance and better tools to the ZENworks 11 Platform to help you face compliance and audit challenges, simplify your tasks and keep your employees productive ZENworks 11 SP4, which consists of […]

Windows10 Free Upgrade?

Yes, it’s free – for fully licensed valid installs of Win7 / Win8.1 If you have a pirate copy, you will have to pay. The good news, for folks that register for the upgrade – future updates will also be free. Good move Microsoft. Windows 10 is coming July 29th 2015 The Start Menu is […]

Venom – Virtual Server Bug

A virtual server bug is said to be worse than Heartbleed In case you were napping, Heartbleed struck web servers’ OpenSSL security last year, opening up the servers’ memory to intruders. There’s a new so-called zero-day vulnerability, only this time the researchers who discovered it say it’s much worse, impacting millions of datacenter machines. VMware, […]