IT Security, Network Box USA, Unified Threat Management (UTM)
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Check Out the M-385

Last week, we unveiled the new M-385, which is replacing our popular M-380, as part of the Network Box family of unified threat management (UTM) appliances.

So, why should you upgrade to the M-385? For starters, if you’re a current Network Box USA customer, it won’t cost you a dime – the appliance is lent to you for the duration of your contract and you only pay for the service. So, you don’t have to worry about any hardware purchases or amortizing it over time.

The new M-385 also triples the performance of the M-380 and integrates a wide variety of applications. Some of these include anti-spam, anti-phishing, anti-spyware, firewall, intrusion prevention and protection, and virtual private network. Users get a sophisticated hybrid of hardware and software so your enterprise can fight backdoors, hackers, worms and other online threats.

M-385

And there’s more – via our PUSH technology, updates are performed in real time. So whenever a new antivirus signature, security patch or software update becomes available, it’s pushed out to all Network Box devices worldwide in less than a minute.

Support is also provided for Network Box advanced services – such as load balancing, quality of service, and advanced policy-based routing – and the units are monitored from our Global Management System. In addition, they can be integrated with existing clusters and networks of Network Box UTM appliances.

The M-385 is sold through our reseller channel and remotely managed by Network Box USA. Any questions? Call us at 832-242-5758; toll free at 888-315-8886, or inquire via email: info@networkboxusa.com.

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