SEP sesam 4.2 - Now Available!
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Johannesburg, 6 May 2013 - SEP Software Corp. has announced it has completed the certification of SEP sesam Version 4.2 for Microsoft Windows 2012. As such, SEP Software becomes one of the first Enterprise class backup and disaster recovery solutions to be fully certified to offer complete backup protection for all Windows environments, including full online support for Exchange, SharePoint and Hyper-V.
“Our functionality is second to none in the Microsoft space. As backup needs grow in complexity, SEP Software Corp. continues to evolve to provide the highest performing results,” stated Tim Wagner, President of SEP Software Corp. “Our innovative features allow for the backup of not only all physical and virtual environments but offer the capability to have the same backup functionality in the cloud as well. By backing up all important hypervisors including Hyper-V, VMware and Citrix XenServer, SEP sesam delivers the a truly unified and innovative solution that pushes the limit on performance and features.”
The release of SEP sesam version 4.2 offers a completely secure backup solution for Microsoft 2012 users. Additionally, SEP's Hybrid Backup solution guarantees data backup, recovery and disaster recovery for all important O/S releases, including Windows Server 2003, 2008 R2, 2012 along with Solaris, Mac and all Linux Versions including Red Hat, SuSE and Debian.
WatchGuard® Technologies, a global leader in manageable business security solutions, today announced the availability of two new Wireless Access Point products, providing customers with the same level of security for their wireless local access network (WLAN) traffic that they rely on for their traditional wired traffic. More and more companies are incorporating bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies in order to enable a mobile workforce and enhance productivity. Companies usually adopt complicated procedures to manage this growing trend, but these limited security measures are only effective within a virtual private network (VPN) or hard-wire connection. This approach leaves mobile devices vulnerable to intrusion, viruses, and malware when connected to a wireless network. With threats on the rise and growing amounts of corporate data stored on workers' personal devices, it is more critical than ever that steps be taken to secure wireless infrastructure.