Identity Finder DLP Endpoint searches your computer for sensitive information — and provides options for protecting it.
The Product of the Month for August is the SSGKRP-1 Uninterrupted Power Supply from Falcon Electric, a UPS with brains and brawn.
The Dell Latitude E6420 is packed with everything that system hungry programs demand.
The AirCheck Wi-Fi Tester from Fluke Networks will locate all your access points and help solve user support and security snafus.
From the new BlackBerry PlayBook to the rugged Algiz XRW handled, here is a sampler of technology that is fit for feds at the FOSE 2011 show.
The Structured Solutions uATS Micro Automatic Transfer Switch is the GCN Lab's pick for the July product of the month.
The Supermicro SuperServer X9 would do well as a dedicated web server in any agency, especially if a few extra drives were available to enhance its usability.
Xplore Technologies' iX104C5 DMSR-MIL tablet strips out a lot of extra weight found in other rugged tablet models, but perhaps a bit too much.
The Motion F5v Tablet PC is perfect for medical-type uses, and it could probably find a home in places where the environment is less than ideal.
The Dell Vostro combines a sensitive touch screen with a fairly robust back-end computer.
HP's Z210 CMT fills the bill for users who need a little extra performance.
The ThinkCentre M91p is an inexpensive, ultra-slim desktop computer that is quick to hook up but still strong enough to get the job done.
Agencies should consider five criteria when buying a tablet. Here is how eight popular models, including the Apple iPad, BlackBerry PlayBook, HP TouchPad and Motion J3500, match up.
BlueCat Proteus can help an overburdened network administrator in nearly any environment get a handle on IP address management.
Among the major strengths of the AssuredSAN are is its scalability, power-saving features and its price, considering it includes 12 SAS hard drives.