Optenet, a global IT security company and provider of high-performance content filtering solutions, today announced it has enhanced its content security suite to include new bandwidth optimisation functionality. Optenet Bandwidth Management (OBM) offers service providers a sophisticated management tool that enables highly granular, real-time network traffic control. The bandwidth optimisation functionality can be utilised by service providers within their own networks and can also be offered to enterprise customers as a service.
nCircle, the leading provider of agentless security risk and compliance management solutions, today announced its PCI partner program to help channel partners increase their revenue by offering merchants a number of managed services to help their customers cost-effectively monitor and comply with the PCI data security standard. Partnering with nCircle, partners can ensure that merchants, regardless of their size and location, have access to the industry's most accurate and automated PCI scanning service -- the nCircle Certified PCI Scan Service(TM).
NEW YORK and LONDON, February 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Venda, a global leader in
eCommerce solutions, today demonstrated its continuing commitment to the
highest levels of data security for both its retail partners and their
customers alike by announcing that it has been awarded the highest level
Tier 1 Certification for compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data
Security Standard (PCI-DSS).
Shared Service Week 2008 -- APEX Analytix, a leading provider of services and software used by shared services organisations to conduct accounts payable recovery audits, prevent payment errors and detect fraud, today announced that it has expanded its European customer base by signing six new clients during the first four months of 2008. The companies include leaders in the automotive, construction, defence, energy, food and pharmaceutical industries -- four of them ranked among the Global 1000.
Prior to Windows 95, all configuration information related to your operating system, programs installed on it and hardware devices connected to it was saved in separate INI files. At that time computers had very small and expensive storage space and system memory. And, having several INI files on the disk not only cluttered the hard disk and consumed loads of storage space, but also ate up a lot of system memory.