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Ninja Made Easier

Sunbelt Software has long been a fixture in the Windows third-party market. Its crown jewel may well be Ninja, a suite of e-mail-centric security tools, which was recently well-reviewed by the experts at Redmond magazine.

Now, Sunbelt is making it easier to install this anti-virus, anti-spam, e-mail management tool in the form of the new Ninja Blade appliance. Based on Dell PowerEdge servers, the appliance is designed to drop into your network and start working.

Posted by Doug Barney on 01/21/2008 at 1:15 PM


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