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What’s New in GFI MailArchiver® 2013 R2

By: Christina Goggi

GFI MailArchiver archives more thanMAR-Team2-300x159 just your email. Following last year’s addition of simple file archiving, the GFI MailArchiver team is introducing archiving of calendar items and meeting requests. Product manager Ian Bugeja tells us a bit more about the latest features.

Ian, why calendar archiving?

Everybody uses the Calendar feature to schedule and arrange meetings and their diary for the day. In many companies, meetings are set and scheduled using meeting requests, and these are basically emails too. So the only logical location to store similar items for future reference is the archive. GFI MailArchiver is a powerful email archiving solution and calendar archiving is something our customers asked for… so here we are.

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Are You Ready for 2014? GFI LanGuard® 2014 Is!

We’re very happy to announce GFI LanGuard 2014 has been launched today! In this Q&A interview, Cristian Florian, Product Manager for GFI LanGuard, talks about what’s new in this release.

Q: How is GFI LanGuard adapting to the changes that happen so fast in the IT infrastructure landscape nowadays?

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IT environments now include so many different devices, operating systems and applications that network administrators may not even be aware of all of them. The rise in BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) in business environments has added to the burden system administrators have to carry every day, in turn forcing them to stay on top of their network environment, strengthen security, while also monitoring an ever-changing network infrastructure.

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Why You Need to Consider Having Layered Security within the Organization

Not everyone understands that managed_security_layered_approach_clip_image002network security isn’t just about one specific issue. As a result, many end up not taking the required action to secure their networks. Some businesses believe that investing in an antivirus solution will cover every base.  Some wouldn’t even go that far as they’d think that a good firewall can prevent anything bad from entering the business network. If only they knew how wrong they are.

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