||To:||"firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>||Subject:|| Firewalls made easy
||Date:|| Wed, 29 Sep 2004 14:31:06 -0400
A Prius. G5. Gee. Linux developer opportunities don't get any better
than this. Find out more about a new developer challenge based on doing
what you do best with open source applications. For the full story,
September 29, 2004
Open Magazine - Your strategic guide to Open Source
One topic that everyone might wish were old news is pollution on the
Internet. Everyone's gone hacking, phishing, and spamming, and the poor
IT manager faces tough decisions. Balancing security concerns with
users' demands to communicate hassle-free is not a very delicate balance. We
are especially gratified to offer this week's report, which provides
real answers for every IT manager security-plagued.
That answer is in a low-cost Linux firewall that targets SMB sites
stranded because of little in-house expertise and great dependence on
anything that can be easy to use and business-ready. See what happens in our
labs as we explore NetMax FireWall ProSuite 5.
On a less troubled note, an IT manager this week reports on how very
happy he was to discover a desktop Linux distribution that provides ease,
comfort, and enough money left over to buy some decent guides on
firewalls. Read his story on BizDesktop 4.0 from ELX, an India-based company
on the move.
Next, check out the tempest in a teapot between vendor rivals over
OpenPower. As Itanic continues to flounder, Open this week attempts to
separate the silly from the solid in claims and counter-claims over a
64-bit solution claiming to have enough user value to really matter.
For this week's discoveries, click on
The editors of Open magazine