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Next Free MERIT Event – Monitor, Control And Secure Your IT Network October 2, 2007

Posted by liverpoolchamber in Business, Events, Merit, Technology.
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IT security is an increasing concern to companies across all sectors. Unfortunately it can also be an administrative burden with countless applications in place to protect the multiple elements of your network.

With the increasing use of mobile technologies, and sophistication of external dangers such as spyware, how can you ensure your most valuable assets – namely your employees and clients – are protected?

The FREE session will address ways in which to control:

  • Enterprise Reporting
  • Web Content Filtering
  • Spam
  • Email Journaling
  • Firewall Implementation
  • Bandwidth Management
  • Anti-Virus & Spyware
  • Zero Hour Threats
  • Removable Device Control

This 60 minute session will outline how you can best protect your network and valuable data whilst greatly reducing the associated administrative burden. It will introduce technology that enables you to monitor, control and secure your entire network from a single user interface.

Register for Free

Registration 11:00 – 11:30
Presentation 11:30 – 12:30
Lunch & Networking 12:30 – 2:00

MERIT
ICDC Liverpool Digital2nd Floor
Babbage House entrance
Edge Lane
Liverpool
L7 9NW

Find MERIT with Google Maps

Future Merit Events:
Social Media: Building a Better ‘Web Presence’ – 17/10/2007
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) Training Workshop – 25/10/2007

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Comments»

1. jewwishes - October 2, 2007

It sounds quite informative.

2. Disable Adware - October 27, 2007

The 60 minute session is definitely worth going to.. IT security is obviously important


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