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Migrating to Vista?

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January 15, 2009 10:50 am

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If you’re an IT administrator, endpoint security is likely at the top of your priority list for 2009. With the explosion in devices employed by end users—and ever more sophisticated attempts to breach security and jeopardize systems and data—keeping your network and endpoints secure is one of the most important things you can do. And if you’re looking to move to Microsoft Vista, it’s all the more critical to have a solution you can trust to keep your systems safe, your data protected and your users productive during the transition.

That’s why Novell is pleased to announce the release of ZENworks Endpoint Security Management 3.5, with a brand new client supporting Microsoft Vista. The new client provides controls for the following capabilities:

> Removable Storage
> Location Awareness
> Hardware Communications
> Encryption
> Firewall
> Wireless Networking
> VPN Enforcement

It also allows you to manage endpoints running Vista, Windows 2000 and Windows XP from the same easy-to-use console. Better yet, for a limited time you can get Novell ZENworks Endpoint Security Management for a special promotional price of $37 US. And if you need a little help evaluating your needs and determining the best solution for your organization, take advantage of the brand new Novell threat assessment tool available at http://www.novell.com/systemsmanagement/secure-desktop/threat-assessment/threatassessment.html. Safeguard your network endpoints and streamline migration to Vista by deploying Novell ZENworks Endpoint Security Management today!

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