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GFI Network Server Monitor voted People’s Choice Award Winner 2005
- 16 June, 2005 00:17
<p>GFI’s network monitoring tool tops MSD2D’s Security – Server Monitoring category at TechEd</p>
<p>GFI announced today that MSD2D, a resource for the Microsoft security community, has selected GFI Network Server Monitor as the 2005 winner in the Security – Server Monitoring category of the annual MSD2D People’s Choice Awards. The award was presented at the recent Microsoft TechEd Fair 2005 in Orlando, Florida.</p>
<p>“The fourth Annual People's Choice Awards recognizes the best products and companies in our industry. Visitors to our website cast their vote for the products they view as the very best in their respective category,” said Jackie Nguyen, MSD2D vice president of sales. “MSD2D readers are professionals interested in learning more about various solutions for security in the Server Monitoring category. Their vote serves as a solid peer-to-peer recommendation of the winning product.”</p>
<p>About GFI Network Server Monitor</p>
<p>GFI Network Server Monitor is a network monitor that enables administrators to scan the network for failures or irregularities automatically. With GFI Network Server Monitor, it is possible to identify issues and fix unexpected conditions before the users or managers report them. GFI Network Server Monitor maximizes network availability by monitoring all aspects of Windows and Linux servers, workstations and devices. When a failure is detected, GFI's network monitor can raise the alert by email, pager or SMS, as well as taking corrective action by, for example, rebooting the machine, restarting the service or running a script. GFI Network Server Monitor actually tests the status of a service, rather than deducing a service status from generated events as other products do, which is the only real way to ensure server uptime. GFI Network Server Monitor is easy to set up and use, and is competitively priced.</p>
<p>MSD2D is the online resource for the Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, .NET and Security communities and professionals. MSD2D offers tools that administrators and developers need on a daily basis such as sample code, administration tips, discussion rooms with mentors, and more. Further MSD2D operates a search engine to access all the information available on products and services for these platforms.</p>
<p>GFI Software Ltd is a leading provider of network security, content security and messaging software. Key products include the GFI FAXmaker fax server software for Exchange and SMTP servers; GFI MailSecurity email security software for Exchange and SMTP servers; GFI MailEssentials server-based anti-spam software; GFI LANguard Network Security Scanner (N.S.S.) security scanning and patch management software; GFI Network Server Monitor network management software; and GFI LANguard Security Event Log Monitor (S.E.L.M.) that performs network-wide event log management and auditing. Clients include Microsoft, Telstra, Time Warner Cable, Shell Oil Lubricants, NASA, DHL, Caterpillar, BMW, the US IRS, and the USAF. GFI has offices in the US, the UK, Germany, Cyprus, Romania, Australia and Malta, and operates through a worldwide network of distributors. GFI is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and has won the Microsoft Fusion (GEM) Packaged Application Partner of the Year award. For more information about GFI, visit http://www.gfi.com.</p>
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<p>For more information:
Please email Angelica Micallef Trigona on email@example.com
GFI Software Ltd - Malta: Tel: +356 21382418; Fax: +356 21382419.
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