Network Engines and Stromboli Deploy NS6300 Security Appliance at Objective Productions; Solution Answers Company's Requirements for Securing Remote Access to Core Microsoft Assets.CANTON, Mass. -- Network Engines, Inc., (NASDAQ NASDAQ
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London-based Objective Productions is the UK's fastest growing television production company, expanding from 10 to 200 employees over the last three years. To meet the ambitious production requirements of a new digital TV channel, the company required a secure way for their demanding, highly mobile workforce to communicate and collaborate on an expanding list of high-profile projects.
Objective Productions asked the experts at Stromboli Limited to advise them of the best solution and they quickly determined that Microsoft Internet Security ''This article or section is being rewritten at
Internet security is the process of protecting data and privacy of devices connected to internet from information robbery, hacking, malware infection and unwanted software. and Acceleration (ISA (1) (Instruction Set Architecture) See instruction set.
(2) (Interactive Services Association) See Internet Alliance.
(3) (Internet Security and Acceleration) See .NET. ) Server 2004 would provide the secure connectivity that the production company required. Further consultation led both parties to choose the Network Engines NS Series(TM) Security Appliance as the ideal platform to deliver the multifunction security capabilities of Microsoft ISA Server.
"Objective Productions was experiencing rapid growth and needed to put a solution in place quickly that would protect our key assets such as Exchange and allow secure remote access via Outlook(R) Web Access," said Declan Gallagher, IT Manager for Objective Productions. "Deciding to deploy Network Engines was a simple decision due to its feature-rich functionality and cost effectiveness compared to other solutions. Stromboli installed and configured the NS6300 in a matter of hours and since then the appliance has given us exceptional performance with little maintenance, ensuring that our Microsoft communications are protected and secure."
"The flexibility of Network Engines appliances has now led us to configure the NS6300 to provide Outlook Mobile Access for our Windows Mobile(R) PDAs and SmartPhones," Gallagher continued. "Remote workers can now log on via ISA Server and be authenticated to access the company's Exchange e-mail server. The NS6300 has now enabled secure mobility for Exchange to our remote workers. The ability to provide multiple solutions easily and with no additional costs is a key differentiator of Network Engines."
"Security threats are on the rise and will continue to grow as workers become ever more mobile and the number of access points to each company's critical assets increases," said Gareth Green, General Manager for EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) Refers to that region of the world. For example, one might see products packaged differently for the UK, EMEA and Asia Pacific markets. & APAC APAC Australian Partnership for Advanced Computing
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APAC Adapted Physical Activity Council (American Alliance for Health) at Network Engines. "The deployment of an NS Series appliance at Objective Productions demonstrates the increasingly integral part our technology will play in securing and protecting core Microsoft applications in today's enterprises."
The Network Engines NS6300 is a multi-layer security platform providing advanced application-layer firewall, VPN (Virtual Private Network) A private network that is configured within a public network (a carrier's network or the Internet) in order to take advantage of the economies of scale and management facilities of large networks. , and web cache functionality to maximize defense-in-depth protection for core Microsoft infrastructure applications including Exchange Server, SharePoint(R) Portal Server, and Internet Information Services See IIS. (IIS (Internet Information Services) Microsoft's Web server. IIS runs under the server versions of Windows, adding HTTP server capability to the Windows operating system. ). Based on a full-featured version of Microsoft ISA Server 2004, the NS6300 combines ease of deployment with unified appliance management via NEWS(TM) - the Network Engines Web Services interface - to deliver the most comprehensive feature set available to defend Microsoft server assets.
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