NEW YORK, April 19, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —
AMAG Technology is excited to announce that it is a 2017 winner of Security Today magazine’s The Govies Government Security Awards competition, which honors outstanding government security products in several categories. For more details, please click here (www.amag.com/en/Company/News/2017/04/03/goviewinner2017)
“Isla represents an entirely new approach to cyber security. Until now security solutions have always been based on detecting ‘bad things’ and blocking them from running. Anti-Virus tries to detect ‘bad files’, Web Filters try to detect ‘bad websites’, the list goes on and on. Isla takes a different approach to the problem. Instead of detecting ‘bad’ things, Isla simply isolates ALL web content in a specialized environment located outside of an organizations sensitive network. Since ALL content is isolated no attacks can ever ‘slip through the cracks’ and compromise the user.”
“It is an exciting time to be at Dell EMC right now. Dell Technologies is now #1 In Everything, All in 1 Place and we are bringing this world-class portfolio to the surveillance market. Never before, have our customers and partners been able to modernize their surveillance infrastructure with an end-to-end portfolio like we have a Dell EMC. We are leveraging the same industry-recognized surveillance lab to expand our validated solutions to include the entire Dell EMC portfolio This is a huge step forward for the industry where for the first time, our customers and partners can purchase with confidence all of their surveillance infrastructure needs from one place – Dell EMC. Public Sector continues to be a key vertical for us.”
“The adoption of Microsoft Office 365 is outpacing analysts’ expectations due in part to Microsoft’s change in strategy dropping support for the traditional licensed client software while moving to Software as a Service. The value proposition to the enterprise is hard to resist when you consider document excellent collaboration tools, hosted Exchange, hosted SharePoint and of course the dominant applications of Word, Excel and PowerPoint.”
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“ImageWare Systems, Inc. (OTCQB:IWSY), a leader in mobile and cloud-based, multi-modal biometric identity management solutions, has been selected to provide its biometric identity management and credentialing software to five Alaskan airports. Delivery will commence in the second quarter of 2017 with final delivery in the third quarter.
“Confirming the identity and backgrounds of airport employees is just as critical as knowing the passengers,” said ImageWare Chairman and CEO, Jim Miller. “Our solution allows for multi-modal biometric background checks and authentication of the facility’s employees, vendors, and contractors. As circumstances may change, the system also provides a very secure method of vetting these individuals on a continued and periodic basis.”
ImageWare has previously provided its multi-modal biometric authentication software to Los Angeles World Airports and to the Government of Canada Transportation Security Administration for use in all airports throughout the country of Canada.
For more information, please click here (www.iwsinc.com/2017/04/13/imageware-to-supply-biometric-software-for-alaskan-airports/)
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“Quantum Corp. announced StorNext 6, a major new release of its award-winning StorNext® file system. StorNext 6 adds new advanced data management features to the industry-leading streaming performance of the company’s scale-out tiered storage solutions portfolio, which includes flash, disk, tape and public and private cloud storage offerings. With this unique combination of performance and management, Quantum continues to extend the power of StorNext in not only media and entertainment but also other highly data-intensive environments such as genomics, academic research, video surveillance, oil and gas, and government security.” For more information, please click here (http://investors.quantum.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=69905&p=RssLanding&cat=news&id=2262217)
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