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Intelligent web filtering with BYOD support
Use social media productively with Secure Web Gateway
Layer 7 filtering for Next-Generation web control
WAM - Quality web access management for Hospitality
SWG from Smoothwall is a powerful standalone gateway designed to tackle the issues of acceptable web usage, productivity loss, web-borne malware, and mobile device integration.
Available as software, hardware appliance, and virtual machine.
Simplify your network security with UTM. Combining our market-leading web filter with perimeter firewall, application control, VPN, IPS and email security.
Designed for the Hospitality sector, WAM provides an all-in-one solution to provide a quality Guest Internet Experience.
Web filtering solutions tailored to the needs of local authorities, educators, and students. Filter one-to-one BYOD, and protect against proxy abuse and inappropriate content
Solutions to assure productivity and security. Combining web filtering, anti-malware, layer 7 application control, and bandwidth optimization
Scalable web filtering solutions designed to fit a range of government environments whether local, centralized, or hybrid
Provide the optimal guest internet experience through control of streaming and filesharing, bandwidth optimisation, and content filtering
Don't just take our word for it
Some of my older readers will remember a time before social media, when we had real friends, and talked about real things. They'll remember it fondly, and talk about those halcyon days of pints down the pub, phone calls and lovingly crafted snail mail. To be honest, we are probably better off with social media, but there's still a few things that we might miss. In the "good old days", you could easily avoid the boring guy who had only one topic of conversation (like how rotten his shifts at t...