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Scrutinizer NetFlow Analyzer version 9 to add support for Ciscoâ€™s TrustSec context-based access control via IPFIX reporting. Sanford, ME (PRWEB) July 13, 2011 As part of the Cisco Systems Borderless Networks approach to unifying the overall smart network model, Cisco has continued to innovate with new technologies that keep media-rich environments both flexible in their deployment and secure in their a access compliance.
Certification clears Plixer's network traffic analysis solutions for deployment within the US Army's IT infrastructure Sanford, ME (PRWEB) June 28, 2011 Today Plixer International announced that its network traffic monitoring solution, Scrutinizer NetFlow and sFlow Analyzer, was awarded a Certificate of Networthiness (CoN) for the Network Enterprise Center (NEC) Army installations. Certificate of Networthiness is a requirement for all enterprise software products to be used by anyone...
A specialist provider of communication solutions, 8el wanted to offer their customers an opportunity to manage their network without compromising security between customers.
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The Scrutinizer NetFlow Analyzer helps Lawrence Technological University to monitor illegal downloading, reduce network latency, and provide sufficient bandwidth for studentsâ€™ video and online gaming. Sanford, ME (Vocus/PRWEB) March 29, 2011 Lawrence Technological University (LTU) is proud to be Michiganâ€™s first completely wireless laptop campus, but with that title came plenty of extra responsibility.
Scrutinizer v8.5 Includes Reporting for Cisco Performance Monitor Reports, SonicWALL support, and Application Identification Sanford, ME (Vocus/PRWEB) February 17, 2011 Plixer International, Inc., a leading global provider of network traffic monitoring and analysis tools, has announced its release of Scrutinizer NetFlow & sFlow Analyzer version 8.5, allowing users more flexibility in managing network security.
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