Triumphant earns a Reviewer’s Choice for its ease of use, features and capabilities, such as its ability to scan more than 200,000 attributes on every client and detect and fix changes in minutes.
Antivirus protection has become the routine part of network security. Each of the five suites tested in this review had no trouble handling any bug the Lab threw at it. But they are a diverse group when it comes to other layers of security.
Symantec needs to support more operating systems and make the interface a little easier to use, but Endpoint Protection 11.0 is still an ideal security platform if you need a thick security blanket for a midsize to large enterprise.
The Trimble Yuma might be small, but it packs quite a punch with a full Windows Vista Operating System.
Amid rumors of Windows 7's ability to resurrect old PCs, the GCN Lab tested the performance of Microsoft's new operating system on some PCs reclaimed from the junk pile.
The Joybee GP1 Mini Projector might be small, but it performs adequately as long as you can control the room.
TuneUp Utilities 2009 offers an easy way to view the inner world of your Windows machine, plus it works as a defragger and disk cleaner.
If you need precise control over a computer's temperature, or if you want to extend the life of an older system, the CoolIT Domino ALC is a fairly easy, inexpensive way to get the job done.
Hedgehog can monitor activity involving SQL requests of all of your databases, instantly block anything that is explicitly proscribed, and isolate and report on anything that looks suspicious.
The eSoft InstaGate can be configured in a variety of ways to protect your network while only using 1U of rack space.
If you are looking for a high-quality monitor that is easy on energy consumption and the eyes of those working on it, the EV2411W is a great choice.
Six 24- and 27-inch LCDs try to break the law that states that as size increases, quality decreases. And a few of them succeed.
The 24-inch widescreen LCD aced every performance and image quality test we threw at it, yet comes with a reasonable $499 price tag.
If you play a lot of video on a large screen, the 2709W is a good choice. But if color accuracy or more mundane tasks hold sway, a 24-inch panel might better suit your office needs.
The $455 price tag is tempting for a 24-inch LCD, but you can get more quality for not much more money.