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Security at the Forefront

Microsoft has so much going on that it's easy to forget about Forefront. If you're a fan of ISA Server, pay attention to this release: ISA Server is evolving into the Forefront Threat Management Gateway, which the company said will be out later this year (it's in Beta 3 as we speak).

Microsoft also shipped an update to its Forefront Online Security for Exchange and will be making a big to-do about Forefront Unified Access Gateway, the replacement for Microsoft Intelligent Access Gateway.

Posted by Michael Domingo on 06/15/2009 at 1:16 PM


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