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By | John Oates 5th April 2006 09:41

Unipalm adds to security offering

Network Engines get the nod

Unipalm is to distribute Network Engines' security appliances in the UK and Ireland.

Network Engines developed the appliances to provide web caching and firewall protection. They are based on ISA Server 2004 and Websense Security Suite.

David Ellis, director of e-security at Unipalm, said 65 per cent of the firm's Websense sales are run on Microsoft's ISA server and the company reviewed a number of vendors before choosing Network Engines.®

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