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ExtremeZ-IP supports Windows Server 2008

ExtremeZ-IP, the AFP server software for Windows, has been updated to support Windows Server 2008.

FileWave software management tool boost performance

FileWave, the software management tool for IT, has been updated with enhanced performance and new features.

F5 adds support for iPhones over its SSL VPN tunnels

F5 Networks has issued a new version of its FirePass software so that it can apply group access policies to mobile devices as the log-in to SSL VPNs.

ProteMac Meter logs network activity

ProteMac Mac is a network logging and activity monitoring application.

Updated management appliance corrals Apple iPhone

Kace has updated its system management appliance with beta software for the iPhone.

Securing your iPhone 2.0

The iPhone 2.0 software update offers some dramatic improvements in security management, though gaps remain. Glenn Fleishman takes a closer look at iPhone security.

Are smartphone viruses really a threat to your network?

All evidence points to the fact that smartphone viruses will be a threat to network even though they may not be at this time, Network World reports.

Installing Nagios on Mac OS X 10.5 Server

John C. Welch updates his instructions for installing the open-source Nagios on to the latest version of OS X Server, an operation that will turn a Mac into a network monitoring station that can notify you of hardware and software problems.

Working with multiple Macs

Chances are good you’ve got more than one Mac running at home. In this Macworld video, Rob Griffiths offers some tips that make it easier to work with multiple Macs under one roof.

TeamViewer remote support tool works on Mac, Windows

TeamViewer is a new remote networking support tool that operates on both Macs and Windows PCs.