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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Stopping Spyware at the Border

    Keeping out the bad guys can be hard work, even when one has a dedicated IT team. This has certainly been the experience of Chris Christiansen of CeloNova BioSciences, Inc. Based in Georgia, CeloNova's global operation manufactures medical technologies. CeloNova operates in an industry that is competitive and time-critical, and...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Controlling the Network With One Server

    Based in Texas, BGO Architects is a medium-sized business with a network of eighty users. Jaron administers the network along with two colleagues. Although the three of them have a high degree of technical savvy, IT is a part-time role. They are working architects with jobs to do separate from...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Securing Patient Data From Outside Threats

    The Genesis Physicians Group is a busy association. It serves 1,700 doctors in the North Texas area, acting as an intermediary between its clients and the insurance companies, and offering a range of other services - including the compilation of patient outcome data, credential management and secure email. As such,...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Securing a Growing Network

    KK Fine Foods, on the border between England and Wales, runs an intense, high volume business creating frozen gourmet meals for hotel groups, restaurant chains and other corporate or institutional customers. Managing KK's IT environment is a complex task. The company operates round the clock during busy periods, and now...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Creating a Safe Learning Environment

    Educators continue to grapple with the best way to help kids use the internet in school while protecting them from online dangers. The technical committee came up with access and use policies around which a solution could be evaluated. Now that Untangle is being used to manage and monitor network...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Keeping Malware Off the Network

    The Orthopaedic Associates of Grand Rapids, Michigan, is a local business with a large network. OAGR has twenty four specialist orthopaedic physicians and a total staff of 250 employees spread over three offices. As malware on the web became more widespread, OAGR found its network exposed to this new risk....

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Accessing Documents on the Go

    One of the difficulties of running a modern law practice is maintaining a secure, distributed network that still lends itself to being easy to use. Individual attorneys, while often in court or otherwise away from the office, need urgent access to email and centrally-held documents. The idea of calling someone...

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  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Securing the Network

    Summer Hill, Ltd. is a relatively small business with a global reach. Headquartered in the San Francisco bay area, it sells high quality furniture and fabrics to architects and interior designers all over the world. It had a number of incidents, mostly security-based, which it just had no effective defenses...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Zapping Spam on BlackBerries

    The reduction in spam removed a huge source of irritation and allowed the Sunridge Blackberries to do the job they were meant to do - deliver hassle-free mobile communications. The solution looked like it would be perfect, but team were in for a surprise. Their investment in "Going Mobile" was...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Stopping Spyware at the Border

    Keeping out the bad guys can be hard work, even when one has a dedicated IT team. This has certainly been the experience of Chris Christiansen of CeloNova BioSciences, Inc. Based in Georgia, CeloNova's global operation manufactures medical technologies. CeloNova operates in an industry that is competitive and time-critical, and...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Controlling the Network With One Server

    Based in Texas, BGO Architects is a medium-sized business with a network of eighty users. Jaron administers the network along with two colleagues. Although the three of them have a high degree of technical savvy, IT is a part-time role. They are working architects with jobs to do separate from...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Securing Patient Data From Outside Threats

    The Genesis Physicians Group is a busy association. It serves 1,700 doctors in the North Texas area, acting as an intermediary between its clients and the insurance companies, and offering a range of other services - including the compilation of patient outcome data, credential management and secure email. As such,...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Securing a Growing Network

    KK Fine Foods, on the border between England and Wales, runs an intense, high volume business creating frozen gourmet meals for hotel groups, restaurant chains and other corporate or institutional customers. Managing KK's IT environment is a complex task. The company operates round the clock during busy periods, and now...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Creating a Safe Learning Environment

    Educators continue to grapple with the best way to help kids use the internet in school while protecting them from online dangers. The technical committee came up with access and use policies around which a solution could be evaluated. Now that Untangle is being used to manage and monitor network...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Keeping Malware Off the Network

    The Orthopaedic Associates of Grand Rapids, Michigan, is a local business with a large network. OAGR has twenty four specialist orthopaedic physicians and a total staff of 250 employees spread over three offices. As malware on the web became more widespread, OAGR found its network exposed to this new risk....

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Accessing Documents on the Go

    One of the difficulties of running a modern law practice is maintaining a secure, distributed network that still lends itself to being easy to use. Individual attorneys, while often in court or otherwise away from the office, need urgent access to email and centrally-held documents. The idea of calling someone...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Securing the Network

    Summer Hill, Ltd. is a relatively small business with a global reach. Headquartered in the San Francisco bay area, it sells high quality furniture and fabrics to architects and interior designers all over the world. It had a number of incidents, mostly security-based, which it just had no effective defenses...

    Provided By Untangle

  • Case Studies // Jan 2009

    Zapping Spam on BlackBerries

    The reduction in spam removed a huge source of irritation and allowed the Sunridge Blackberries to do the job they were meant to do - deliver hassle-free mobile communications. The solution looked like it would be perfect, but team were in for a surprise. Their investment in "Going Mobile" was...

    Provided By Untangle