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Bitdefender Total Security 2015 review

Bitdefender is regarded as one of the best technical Windows internet security suites, and Total Security 2015 lives up to that rep. Read our Bitdefender Total Security 2015 review.


AVG Zen review

AVG Zen is multi-platform software that allows you to view and administrate your antivirus and tuneup utilities across PC, laptop and Android smartphone and tablet. It lets you control your PC security from your phone, and it's free, but it ties you to AVG. Here's our AVG Zen review.


Dueling hybrid cloud wizards

CloudVelocity and Ravello Systems march clones of in-house servers into the cloud for development, testing, and disaster recovery


Avira Internet Security 2013 review

Avira Internet Security 2013 costs £34.95 for one PC for one year, £51.99 for up to three PCs and laptops, and £72.99 for up to five PCs and/or laptops. Two years of this security suite costs £51.99, £77.99, and £109.99, three years £68.99, £103.99, and £145.99. It contains all the normal features: antivirus, antispyware, firewall and more.


G Data InternetSecurity 2013 review

G Data InternetSecurity 2013 is a relatively cheap security suite, too, comprising all the normal features: antivirus, antispyware, firewall and more. It costs just £34.95 for one PC for one year, £44.95 for three PCs and/or laptops and £79.95 for up to five computers. Two-year licences cost £64.95, £84.95 and £154.95 respectively.


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Joe said: I was using Active Roles Server for provisioning My IT Co-director went mad and replaced Active Roles with FIM If I compaire FIM with Active Roles ARS get 99100 and FIM get 1100 FIM is truely a SHIT

Anon said: Sir have you seen any other IdM system at all FIM is not really enterprise ready doesnt handleprovisioningparticulary efficiently thedeclarative rules require syncimportexportsync before they can be used does this solution really scale compared to market leaders such as Novell Oracle and Courion Cmon man FIM just not even in the same league

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