Unipalm to Distribute Network Engines NS Series Security Appliances throughout the UK and Ireland.
NEWMARKET, U.K. & CANTON, Mass. -- Unipalm, a COMPUTERLINKS company, the UK and Ireland's foremost specialist distributor of Internet technology solutions and Network Engines, Inc. (NASDAQ NASDAQ
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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 integrated with the full Websense(R) Web Security Suite(TM).
David Ellis, Director of e-Security at Unipalm, comments, "Unipalm has a strong relationship with Websense and nearly 65% of our Websense sales are deployed on Microsoft ISA Server See .NET. . This agreement opens opportunities for our IT security resellers to accelerate their deployments and add incremental hardware sales to their software licence business. We selected Network Engines after a thorough review of a number of ISA Server platforms, concluding that the company's line of appliance-based security solutions is the strongest technical and commercial option for our reseller partners."
Gareth Green, General Manager 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. and APAC APAC Australian Partnership for Advanced Computing
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APAC Adapted Physical Activity Council (American Alliance for Health) at Network Engines said, "Unipalm's unique proposition to its reseller partners is based on second-to-none security expertise and professional services (job) professional services - A department of a supplier providing consultancy and programming manpower for the supplier's products. that will bring a powerful dimension to our growth strategy in the region. With Network Engines offering Websense integrated on NS Series Security Appliances combined with Unipalm's existing relationship with Websense, we can offer customers the best web security solutions to protect their Microsoft infrastructures."
NS Series Security Appliances are a family of multi-layer security platforms 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. ). Integrated with Websense Web Security Suite, the appliances are exceptional web proxies, accelerating access to frequently requested web content while blocking spyware, viruses, worms, and Trojan horses from infected websites.
Based on a full-featured version of Microsoft ISA Server 2004, NS Series appliances combine 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. In the next two quarters, a multi-city seminar series planned by Unipalm and Network Engines will communicate the value of the integrated solution to resellers and end-user customers.
Unipalm is the UK and Ireland's leading distributor of e-Business and e-Security solutions from technology world leaders such as Check Point, Nokia, Symantec, and Citrix (UK only). These companies have been carefully chosen to ensure that Unipalm partners can offer a complete solution. One hundred percent committed to the two-tier channel, Unipalm works with vendors, resellers, and users to deliver profitable growth and competitive advantage to their business partners. Unipalm provides the training, consultancy, sales, marketing and technical expertise needed to recommend, install, and support its portfolio. Unipalm is owned by COMPUTERLINKS, a public company trading on the German Prime Standard Market. For more information, visit www.unipalm.co.uk.
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