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  • Staying Ahead of Hackers
    While innovation is becoming the latest buzzword for differentiating everything from laptops to business software, advancing technology is critical for security. Threats evolve at a pace slightly faster than countering security technologies.
  • Put security at your clients' fingertips


    Biometrics For Systems Builders
    If you're a systems builder looking for a hot new market, it's time to get smart about the brave new world of biometrics.
  • New product family lets partners build more complete solutions


    Radware Revs It Up
    Radware this week is set to unveil a revamped application delivery portfolio that solution providers say will help them build broader solutions and craft cleaner, more strategic marketing messages.
  • Cisco&s latest security appliance includes rapid TrendLabs updates


    Cisco Promises 15 Minute Security Fixes
    Cisco Systems is stepping up its game in security with a new product designed to protect networks from vulnerabilities within 15 minutes of detection.
  • New UPS Eliminates User Confusion And Frequent Service Calls
    A UPS is a pretty standard, straightforward device: It&s a battery in a big box, and when the AC power kicks out, the battery power kicks on. UPSes are typically placed on the floor and out of sight as a result of being too heavy and bulky to place on a desktop. This prohibits users from seeing the display of the UPS and therefore keeps them unaware of its status. To solve this common quandary, Tripp Lite has just announced a new series of UPSes designed for extreme ease of use and viewing, even in cramped and non-conventional locations.
  • Choosing Sides
    With literally hundreds of security startups vying for the attention of solution providers, it&s hard to imagine that the market is consolidating.
  • Cisco Bolsters Network Security
    Cisco Systems took steps Tuesday to address the growing need for more secure networks that can defend themselves against a variety of threats with the introduction of new incident-control and threat-mitigation software and services. It also has new versions of the company's intrusion-prevention signature (ISP) system and IOS router operating system software.
  • Briefs: September 26, 2005
    Symantec plans to buy WholeSecurity, a privately held firm that specializes in identifying viruses, worms and other malware by their behavior.
  • New midmarket bundle has all-in-one flavor


    Check Point Goes To Bat With Nokia
    Check Point Software Technologies is continuing its push into the midmarket with a bundled offering that pairs its Express software with Nokia hardware.
  • VARs that can successfully navigate the security market can create an ongoing revenue stream by selling security as a managed service


    Big Opportunity In Security As A Managed Service
    The latest CRN survey shows that only 8 percent of polled VARs are offering managed service-based security solutions, leaving what could be a huge opportunity on the table for others to pursue. What&s more, that number is unlikely to increase as only 10 percent of those polled said they prefer to sell security as a managed service.
  • Amid turmoil and partner complaints, CEO says company is sound


    Fortinet Faces New Patent Issues, Departure Of CFO
    Security upstart Fortinet is grappling with turmoil as it faces the departure of a high-ranking executive and more patent challenges from Trend Micro.
  • Lenovo&s Response
    The following are Lenovo&s responses to e-mail questions posed by CRN Senior Editor Edward F. Moltzen.
  • Peregrine Flies To HP
    Hewlett-Packard resellers can look forward to some impressive new asset and service management tools for OpenView, courtesy of Peregrine Systems.

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