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GFI Software wins five Best Channel Product 2009 Awards

We are delighted and proud to have received five awards in the Best Channel Products Awards organized by Business Solutions Magazine. GFI rated exceptionally well in the Network Security category and very high in terms of ease of upgrade and VARs’ ability to service the product. The winning products are: GFI MailEssentials, GFI MailArchiver, GFI EndPointSecurity, GFI WebMonitor and GFI MAX , […]

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Send MAX around the world and win a netbook… Plus T-shirts guaranteed to the first 100 participants!

Have you met MAX? MAX is GFI’s latest recruit, providing IT support providers, Value Added Resellers (VARs) and Managed Service Providers (MSPs) with an easy and affordable solution that will help them deliver a better service to their clients. Take MAX to your world MAX loves meeting new clients and visiting different places and he’d […]

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Email disclaimers FREE with GFI MailEssentials

As part of our We Care initiative, those who download GFI MailEssentials will be able to add server-level disclaimers to the top or bottom of all emails for free. This is the fourth FREEWARE offering from GFI following the launch of the free backup software GFI Backup 2009 – Home Edition, the freeware version of […]

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Undetected Threats: LogMeIn

LogMeIn is a graphical desktop sharing system. After installing LogMeIn on a Windows machine (the host), users can control the desktop of that machine from virtually anywhere via: Any web browser (ActiveX add-on, Java plugin client, Firefox plugin) Windows or iPhone or BlackBerry Storm  application (LogMeIn Ignition) Product Name Similar Products Price Advantages LogMeIn Free […]

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Podcast – CEO discusses acquisition of HoundDog

GFI Software CEO Walter Scott and HoundDog Technology Founder Doug Wilson talk about GFI’s buyout of HoundDog (now known as GFI MAX), and its implications for VARs and managed service providers. (Source: MSPmentor) [audio:]

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My PC might have a virus – what do I do?

One of the most common posts that you see in various forums is from people who suspect that their computer might be virus infected.  Posts such as, “My computer is crashing, do I have a virus?” or “I just got infected with a virus, what should I do?” are a clear indication that virus infection […]

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People do reply to email spam

I sometimes wonder how spammers can be so successful in what they do. They send out millions of emails every day promising the world – get rich offers, a pile of cash waiting just for you to claim ownership, pills and creams that work wonders, financial advice and dozens of other schemes and offers. Junk, […]

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Defining SPAM Categories

Continuing on from Andrei Zammit’s latest articles on how SPAM emails can easily entice users and get them entangled into an invisible spider-web, I will be providing you with some background information on the different kind of SPAM forms and into which categories they fall. Originally, the idea of SPAM emails was not intentionally to […]

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Windows 2008 R2 – When will I get it?

Windows 7 RTM build distribution plan is in execution to partners and public; however, we were missing the dates when Windows 2008 Server R2 RTM would be made available. Thanks to the Windows 2008 R2 team blog, these dates are now available:  

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DDOS attack on Twitter and Facebook

Two of the largest social media sites, Twitter and Facebook, fell to their knees early Thursday morning, with both being severely disrupted by a coordinated attack. Whenever any of the 45 million users belonging to the Twitter community tried to access the site yesterday they were presented with the “fail whale”, a timeout because the […]

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