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Anti-Spam Software: An Effective Way to Fight Spam.
Spam is unsolicited junk mail sent to you or your mail server. People who indulge in such activities are called spammers. These are sent by commercial

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Building the Path to Better Profits: Implementing ERP Technology to Successfully Achieve Return on Investment


When it comes to software implementations, organizations large and small share common goals of rapid deployment and return on investment. Unlike large organizations, however, smaller firms cannot rely on sizable budgets or internal teams to deploy an enterprise-wide initiative. But by following some fundamental concepts, smaller companies can make their technology investments pay off, with little disruption to the business.

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The Whitelisting of America: Security for IT


Once upon a time around 1995, the well-known American agency, the National Security Agency (NSA), decided that there was no computer operating system that was adequately secure for their needs.  In analyzing the risks, they found that while UNIX was the most secure, they needed additional protection. They looked at the industry of anti-virus protection, at problems with Trojan software, at the

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2008 Internet Security Trends: A Report on Emerging Attack Platforms for Spam, Viruses, and Malware


Just when malware design seemed to have reached a plateau, new and more complex attack techniques have now emerged. For a while, security controls designed to manage spam, viruses, and malware were working, but as a result of this success, the threats they protected against were forced to change. Learn about today’s key security trends and how you can fight against the sophisticated new generation of Internet threats.

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NetBIOS Firewall


How many times do you hear network administrators scream at the top of their voice, "I have spent millions of dollars buying expensive and the best antivirus software solutions and yet every two months, when a new virus strikes, I have my entire network go down!" This is a common complaint you will get to hear from one and all network administrators, primarily because most security vendors today concentrate more on a "reactive" approach to stop virus attacks, than a “preventive” approach!

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Software Selection for Organizations: Are We Becoming Too Web-biased?


Web-based software has come of age: it is more robust and stable, and combined with the increased speed of the Internet, businesses have reaped tremendous benefits. Still, Web-based systems may not be the answer for every business.

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Case Study - Istikbal Furniture Group


Istikbal, Turkey’s largest furniture manufacturer, implemented the Unity enterprise resource planning (ERP) system throughout its seven main companies in 2005. With Unity, the company found better sales management, efficient production planning, and optimal distribution management, among other benefits. Learn how Unity’s inbound logistics, warehouse management, finance, and other modules can work for your enterprise.

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Faronics Anti-executable Compared to Limited (Restrictive) Users and Group Policies


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Demystifying the Anti-spam Buzz


The options available for mitigating e-mail spam in the enterprise are varied—as varied as the variety of actual spam definitions. These factors often lead to some confusion about what a particular anti-spam solution can or can’t do. In order to focus on the basics, you need to cut through the hype in the anti-spam market and its buzzwords.

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E-mail users around the world have noticed an increasing number of unsolicited messages reaching their mailboxes. Anti-spam solutions have had to increase the frequency of their updates, and also to develop more heuristics more rapidly. That’s why it’s vital to implement an automatic process that quickly learns the characteristics of new spam—without affecting existing detection accuracy.

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Partner-friendly Oracle Update - Part 1


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