GRAPEVINE, Texas (PRWEB) June 20, 2007
Hoboken, N.J. (Vocus) December 31, 2009
A new video describing how eMazzanti Technologies helped Andover Regional Schools solve network security, reliability and budget issues is now viewable at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buB8a0eyoLQ. The video chronicles the lessons Andover learned about solving some of its most persistent computer problems.
In todays schools, technology is the students pen and paper, said Bernard T. Baggs, superintendent, Andover Regional School District. Safe, reliable network and Internet access is critical to the skills that were trying to develop.
Protecting Kids and Running a Business
eMazzanti developed a security solution utilizing WatchGuard firewall hardware along with its own proprietary eCare support package that delivers 24×7 support and maintenance for a fixed fee. Were not only responsible for the safety of the children; we also have a business to run. Both need protection. eMazzanti development a solution to meet all of our needs, continued Baggs.
Andovers Network Systems Administrator, Bill McNeir enthusiastically echoed support for the eMazzanti solution. The combination of WatchGuard hardware and eMazzantis services was a win-win for the school district. It solved bandwidth and safety issues as well as addressed budgetary constraints and the need for on-going support.
eMazzanti made sure Andover got its moneys-worth with the deployed security solution. We fixed the problems and made the solution affordable, noted Carl Mazzanti, chief operating officer, eMazzanti Technologies. Whether Andover needed to protect and maintain 300 or 1000 computers, the cost remained the same.
The Andover video case study will be featured on three main websites: eMazzanti Technologies (http://www.emazzanti.net), Andover Regional School District (http://www.andoverregional.gov) and WatchGuard (http://www.watchguard.com).
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Hoboken, NJ (Vocus) January 9, 2010
A new case study is available from WatchGuard, a network security OEM, which features eMazzanti Technologies and its customer Andover District Schools. The written case study and subsequent case study video case study detail how Andover Regional School District solved a number of computer technology issues using WatchGuard products and the IT expertise of eMazzanti Technologies.
eMazzanti and WatchGuard aced the test we gave them, noted Terry Van Auken, business administrator, Andover Regional School District. They got all of the safety, speed and cost answers right.
Bandwidth, Safety and Cost Addressed
With over 750 students in grades K through 8 and 350 computers spread across two school campuses and businesses offices, Andover School District faced serious web bandwidth issues that became even more evident as multiple classrooms pulled down simultaneous video and audio streams. We were experiencing a high level of aggravation on a daily basis that wasted time and interrupted quality teaching, continued Auken. Undependable Internet access also impacted business of running the district.
Andover also had two other concerns: student safety and budgetary constraints. According to Carl Mazzanti, chief operating officer, eMazzanti Technologies, the solution developed for Andover included a WatchGuard Firebox
(PRWEB) October 03, 2011
Leading technology firm, mm Technologies, has today (Thursday) launched a mobile phone protection application system called MobileMinder.
This breakthrough technology allows parents to see who their children are connected to, know where they are at all times, receive alerts when they arrive somewhere safely, be alerted to signs of cyber-bullying, prevent sexting and view internet sites visited by their children. It also has the unique feature called Im Lost which, when activated, sends a map and location of the child to parents or an older brother/sister.
MobileMinder offers parents great peace of mind when it comes to the safety of their children and their use of mobile phones. In my day bullying was only done face to face but now, with most children carrying mobiles, a bully can harass their victim whenever they choose and we want to put a stop to this, stated Don Corbett co-founder and CEO of mm Technologies.
One of Mobileminders unique features is the social circle, which allows parents see who is in their childs real life social network. We alert parents to any unusual behavior from their childs contacts, be that bullying or a new unknown contact who the parent may not know. We can also alert parents to the exchange of inappropriate images on their childs phone and allow them to delete the photos if necessary.
According to the FBI, every 40 seconds a child goes missing in the US and it is unbelieveable to think that, in this day and age, technology has not been developed to help prevent this happening.
Another key benefit for parents of the MobileMinder system includes a gallery feature to prevent sexting (exchange of inappropriate image on a phone) which can in some US states result in a criminal record or worse still a sex offenders record for the child.
Children make mistakes and sometimes use bad judgement. However now this can impact on the rest of their lives way beyond childhood affecting their ability to get into college or get a good job in the future said Don. The gallery feature allows a parent to become aware of this activity and take the necessary action before it gets out of hand, in some cases allowing a parent to delete the image remotely from the phone.
We wanted to develop a complete, easy to use solution for parents that would give them the peace of mind knowing their children were safe on their mobile phones.
The service is now available at $ 7.99 a month as a special launch offer.
For more information, please log on to http://www.mobileminder.com.
About mm Technologies
mm Technologies is a subsidiary company of associate mobile. Associate Mobile was incorporated last year and is focused on companies building and developing cloud services for mobile for consumer and enterprise markets.
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Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) March 27, 2012
Solix Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise data management solutions (EDM), today announced Solix Cloud, a high performance, archiving and application retirement solution for enterprise applications and databases. Solix Cloud is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution to securely archive and retire enterprise applications. John Ottman, executive chairman of Solix will lead the companys cloud initiative.
Solix Cloud helps small, medium and large enterprises solve data growth challenges and provides an Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) framework to manage the risk and complexity of storing vital information. By storing all archived data on tier 1 media all the time, and by leveraging flash solid state disk (SSD) technology, Solix Cloud provides faster performance and improved access compared to traditional tiered storage solutions deployed on premise. Solix Cloud is also highly secure. All archived data is encrypted and stored in a read-only, immutable format to meet data privacy and compliance objectives.
Solix Cloud Database Archiving is a data growth solution which improves the performance and reduces the cost of enterprise applications. Data is the life blood of any organization, but too much data can impact enterprise application performance and tax IT resources. Experts agree as much as 80% of the data in enterprise production databases for core applications such as ERP, CRM, and corporate financials is no longer in active use. And enterprise application performance may be impacted as much as 50%. Much of this data must be retained for compliance and business reasons like SOX, decision support and trend analysis.
Solix Cloud Application Retirement decommissions and retires outdated legacy applications. These applications consume valuable IT resources including people, floor space, power, cooling, and maintenance costs. Many of these systems have reached end-of-life status and exist only as a repository to access the data trapped inside the legacy application. Solix Cloud Application Retirement supports data center consolidation and cloud enablement projects by decommissioning legacy applications and still maintaining universal access to the data.
There is a growing need for long term retention of structured data. As data continues to grow at an accelerated pace, IT organizations are not well setup to manage long term retention and access requirements, according to Sheila Childs, Managing Vice President at Gartner. A cloud based archiving and retirement solution can provide both the long term protection to meet access and compliance needs while leveraging the cost and flexibility of a cloud model. I expect to see significant demand for this type of solution.
Database archiving and application retirement are ideal applications for the cloud, said John Ottman, executive chairman, Solix Technologies, Inc. The Solix Cloud is highly secure, costs less and offers higher performance than on premise solutions.
The Solix Cloud is available immediately. Pricing is elastic and starts at $ 5,000 per month and includes a flat monthly fee and a per-gigabyte charge for the data that is actually archived.
About Solix Technologies
Solix Technologies, Inc., is a leading provider of Enterprise Data Management public and private cloud solutions. The solutions help businesses improve application performance, reduce storage costs, and meet compliance and data privacy requirements by achieving Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) goals. The Solix Cloud provides a pay-as-you-go model for database archiving and application retirement. The Solix Enterprise Data Management Suite (Solix EDMS) software enables organizations to implement Database Archiving, Test Data Management (Data Subsetting), Data Masking and Application Retirement across all enterprise data. Solix Technologies is headquartered in Santa Clara, California and operates worldwide through an established network of value added resellers (VARs) and systems integrators.
Visit Solix Technologies on the web at http://www.solix.com and follow Solix on Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/solixedms) and Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/solixtechnologies).
Solix EDMS and Solix Cloud are trademarks of Solix Technologies, Inc. All other product names, service marks, and trademarks mentioned herein are trademarks of their respective owner.
(PRWEB) January 7, 2005
By applying U.S. Special Forces sonar to swimming pool safety, the intelligent pool safety system SonarGuard, is the first and only water safety product integrated into the pool itself.
Our goal in developing SonarGuard is to allow families and their children to enjoy their backyard swimming pools with complete confidence, Robert Jechart, president of RJE Technologies, said. The stakes are too high in regard to a childs safety to not make every effort to create the best solution possible for the homeowners. Home security has evolved into a sophisticated application of detection technology; pool safety should be treated the same way.
SonarGuard Safeguards Pools with an Invisible Lifeguard
Jechart and his engineers set out to establish a new standard for swimming pool safety systems. He recognized the value of fencing and pool covers as safety barriers, however he steadfastly believed sonar technology applied below the surface could provide another layer of protection. Since the lives of young children are at stake, he reasoned, why not unleash the capability of todays technology to assure an enjoyable and safe backyard pool experience.
SonarGuard now offers homeowners, parents, grandparents and guardians an intelligent safety system that is integrated with the pool. SonarGuard is the first pool safety technology that creates an invisible, reliable safety net below the surface. If a child breaks the units sonar sound wave pattern, everyone in and around the home is immediately alerted. It is the invisible lifeguard.
Custom Pool Safety Provides Year Round Safety Solutions
Custom Pool Safety has provided pool safety solutions for over 25 years to customers in the Northeast. We were looking for the last layer of protection to add to our line of Meyco Safety Pool Covers and All-Safe Pool Safety Barriers, Bill Woods, Chief Operating Officer of C.P.S. said. SonarGuard is the only alarm that will provide the immediate detection and response needed in an actual emergency, in addition to allowing customers to control access to their pool around the clock.
Custom Pool Safety is committed to offering the finest safety products designed to ensure a pool environment all year long that complies with the recommendations of the National SAFE KIDS Campaign.
For more information about the SAFE KIDS Campaign Water Safety Program, visit the web at http://www.safekids.org/NSKW.cfm
RJE Technologies was created in 1999, growing from the sister company, RJE International, founded in 1991. RJE International has been successful in supplying advanced sonar technology and equipment to military, commercial aviation and diving industries. Both companies are based in Irvine, California. For more information, visit the web at http://www.sonarguard.com.
Adco Services Inc., d.b.a. Custom Pool Safety, has been serving pool owners since 1978. Custom Pool Safety has offices in Parsippany and Bernardsville, New Jersey. For more information, visit the web at http://www.custompoolsafety.net or call (973) 599-9282.
Dublin (PRWEB) May 8, 2006
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c36520) has announced the addition of Positioning Systems in Public Safety – Assessment of Technologies and Markets for Mobile Emergency Positioning to their offering.
This report addresses advances in localization of wireless objects in the emergency situations.
The report covers both technological and marketing issues of such a process. It consists of two major parts:
-Part I: E911/E112 services, technologies and markets. The author compares here various methods to determine location of a cellular caller in emergency situations, discuss the market and services.
-Part II: Ultra Wideband (UWB) technology as an assistant to first responders in localization various objects in the emergency situations. Here, the author focuses on UWB as an important tool, which introduces many advanced features to first responders communication and radar abilities.
The service and the E911/E112 industry were born in response to growing the cellular subscriber base and inability traditional 911/112 service to support reliable callers identification and location. Realizing the importance of this service for people in critical situations, the governments around the world, and particular in the U.S. mandate the phase approach to redefining 911 for mobile users.
The report addresses a complex of issues associated with the technological challenges and the markets for E911/E112. It also provides information on the FCC activity in this area. The following is covered in this report: a. E911 technologies, services and regulations, and b. E91/E112 markets, vendors and providers. The report also contains a detailed list of terminology used in the E911/E112 world.
The report discusses issues associated with E911/E112 importance, and why the governments mandated the implementation of these emergency services. In technology sections, the report provides the analysis of various approaches to E911/E112 implementation, compares such approaches and provides their benefits and limitations. In the market sections, the analysis of the E911/E112 market is presented; portfolios of the major vendors are analyzed.
In the second part of the report, the author provides the details of advantages to use UWB devices for first responders operations. Such operations very often are conducted in the areas where other localization techniques (such as GPS) are not effective. With UWB, first responders may achieve object localization with precise accuracy and with visibility through walls, doors and so on.
The author conducted the analysis of these technologies and their market potentials with focus on localization applications.
The report is written for the technical, management and sale staff of organizations involved in the localization technologies development and planning. It is also useful for the vendors of equipment that can find in it techniques comparison, information on competition and the markets.
This report is important for the government agencies involved in the developing projects, which deal with emergency situations, particular to identify coordinates of mobile objects. It is necessary for technical departments of such agencies to have a document, which in a simple language explains the technologies and architectures of networks supporting localization. They also need to have a picture of the market with the major players and their portfolios to select the right equipment.
For vendors of the equipment, this report provides valuable information on competition. It also supports these vendors with the market assessment.
Companies Mentioned Include:
CPS (Cambridge Position Systems)
SnapTrack (Acquired by Qualcomm)
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c36520
Research and Markets
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Paris, FR (PRWEB) September 25, 2006
Nuxeo, the leader of open source ECM, today announced that the next version of its ECM platform, currently known as “Nuxeo CPS”, will be based on open source Java technologies and renamed “Nuxeo 5”.
Nuxeo 5, which will be released on November 15, is a complete ECM plaform enabling the management of the full document lifecycle, either in “web client” mode or in “rich client” mode. The Nuxeo 5 platform is the answer to the business process efficiency and compliance needs that western companies are facing today.
“The dynamism and professionalism of the current open source Java ecosystem convinced us of the strategic relevance of our choice”, says Stefane Fermigier, President and CEO of Nuxeo. “As an open source software vendor, we ensure the continuity of our product line while adopting the technologies that best enable it to address the needs of our customers and partners”.
For Arnaud Lefevre, deputy general manager in charge of business development: “We answer the main request of our system integrator partners, our customers and prospective customers. The use of tested and supported Java technologies makes it possible to better integrate our applications in their information systems, and to better use the competences of their teams”.
According to Eric Barroca, deputy general manager in charge of operations: “The new Nuxeo 5 platform benefits from an integrated and innovative vision of ECM, resulting from our 5-year experience working for major accounts in the public administration and in the industry, and is able to address the new market constraints. With the switch to Java we witness an increase of programmer productivity and application robustness and scalability, on all the business-critical projects we are now addressing”.
“The availability of Nuxeo 5 in the Java EE environment is to be put in perspective with the upcoming open sourcing of the Java technology”, says Eric Mahe, Marketing Director for New Technologies, Sun France. “Sun is delighted by Nuxeo’s announcement and by all the synergies which will be created between this vendor and the Java community, especially active in France.”
Technical and strategic information concerning the new platform, including a FAQ about the Java switch, have been assembled on the new http://www.nuxeo.org website, site of the community of the developers and users of the Nuxeo platform. According to the open source development model chosen by Nuxeo, the source code of the platform is already available for third-party developers, and the products will be formally released in the upcoming weeks.
Nuxeo is the leader of open source ECM, vendor of the Nuxeo 5 platform. The solutions developed by Nuxeo and its partners meet the needs of organizations in all the fields of document management. They make it possible to improve the effectiveness of business processes, of collaboration and to ensure compliance to regulations. Nuxeo’s customers are large accounts in the public administration and in the private sector, notably energy, defense and the press. Nuxeo’s products are based on a coherent architecture and on validated open source components, conforming to standards like Java EE 5 and to the state of the art.
Web site: http://www.nuxeo.com/
Community web site: http://www.nuxeo.org/
FAQ about the switch: http://www.nuxeo.com/en/java-switch/
Nuxeo is a trademark of Nuxeo SAS.
Sun, Sun Microsystems and Java are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the USA and other countries.
Dorset, UK (PRWEB) September 5, 2007
Squire Technologies Ltd (http://www.squire-technologies.co.uk), provider of carrier-grade SS7 and VoIP signalling equipment, has today announced the successful integration of the SVI_MGC SS7 Media Gateway Controller (http://www.squire-technologies.co.uk/products/svi-mgc.html) into the network of the leading Maltese ISP, Sky Telecom Ltd. Providing RADIUS authentication, billing and routing, and local number portability, this dual redundant system has enabled Sky Telecom to progress its expanding VoIP services to the next level in cost-efficiency and reliability, and deliver the associated benefits to its customers.
“The SVI_MGC provided Sky Telecom with functionality that we needed at an excellent cost and we are very happy with our choice to develop our new services on a network including it,” says Philip Cassar, Managing Director, Sky Telecom Ltd.
Interconnected to four of the five carriers operating in Malta (Vodafone, Maltacom, Go Mobile and Melita), this Media Gateway Controller provides Sky Telecom with all the advantages of routing its traffic between SS7 and VoIP. This well proven product was chosen by the ISP for its pedigree of SS7 engineering and worldwide deployments. Offering the best specifications at the best price on the market, the SVI_MGC has been quickly deployed into the network.
“In deploying the SVI_MGC into its network Sky Telecom has purchased a reliable and adaptable product solution which provides them with signalling and routing control that easily enables them to develop their own services,” says Andrew Cooper, Squire Technologies’ Managing Director. “It is Squire’s philosophy to deploy products which integrate easily into the client environment instead of making them integrate into ours.”
Following the introduction of compulsory Carrier Pre-Selection for large network operators in Malta, Sky Telecom developed a proprietary RADIUS server. Consequently the ISP required an SS7/VoIP Media Gateway Controller offering interoperability with Cisco gateways to control their incumbent network infrastructure. The additional RADIUS functionality that the SVI_MGC SS7 Media Gateway Controller provides allows Sky Telecom to rapidly develop new services on its in-house RADIUS server, bringing innovative solutions to market without 3rd party suppliers, reducing lead times to delivery and development costs.
By deploying the MGC Sky Telecom has been able to implement its system quickly and cost-effectively, and engage with the newly deregularised and competitive Maltese Telecommunications market. This has enabled its customers to realise the benefits of easy, reliable and efficient communications services, in particular reducing international call tariffs. Squire Technologies is proud to have provided Sky Telecom with a solution enabling it to comply with the CPS legislation and deliver the required functionality quickly.
About Squire Technologies
Launching in 2001 as an SS7 consultancy that built custom products from best of breed hardware, Squire Technologies quickly began to use this expertise to build and deliver carrier grade SS7-based signaling products. This shift in focus evolved, and today Squire Technologies provides a wide range of SS7 and VoIP network equipment – protocol converters, signalling gateways, media gateways, media gateway controllers, and softswitches. For more information please visit http://www.squire-technologies.co.uk
NEW ORLEANS, LA (PRWEB) March 04, 2013
Healthcare security specialist McRoberts Security Technologies is today introducing and demonstrating MyChild for WiFi at the HIMSS Conference and Exhibition in New Orleans. My Child