GFI Software Updates GFI LanGuard
DURHAM, NC: Earlier this week, the network security and patch management provider GFI Software updated its GFI LanGuard to 12—providing customers the freedom of centralized monitoring and reporting in a large network. This upgrade empowers users to install multiple LanGuard according their convenience. Additionally, the new update has drastically amplified the scalability and has a successful track record of over 60,000 workstations, laptops and servers. The web-based console also helps users to access into the network securely from any device and location, using all major browser.
GFI LanGuard 12 enables multiple users to access the network and with the flexibility of unrestricted access from anywhere, the administrators can now manage and monitor large IT environments. This gives an edge to many networking enterprises to keep their infrastructure up-to-date and well protected.
“We have been listening to our customer's feedback and all of the updates introduced with GFI LanGuard 12 have been developed upon requests from our worldwide customer base. The new web-based console now brings easier, real-time monitoring of even the most complex networks, with thousands of computers and mobile devices,” states Andre Muscat, Chief Product Officer of GFI Software.
The update also proffers real-time clear overview of network’s patches, updates and vulnerabilities with the new web monitoring and reporting interface. Additionally, based on the organization’s Active Directory structure, LanGuard allows users to set rules and permissions for easy user access control with various access rights.
GFI LanGuard 12 enhances and simplifies automated infrastructure protection and patch management to larger organizations with worldwide coverage, along with simplified IT auditing and compliance reporting. “Our solution helps IT professionals to raise the corporate security levels at a time when threats are growing by thousands on a daily basis,” says Sergio Galindo, Chief Operating Officer at GFI Software.
LanGuard will be available in over 120 countries worldwide and its unchanged price tag helps customers to opt it easily. The network security scanner will also receive weekly updates of vulnerability databases with annual subscription. The subscriptions can be renewed or purchased from GFI Software’s wide network of distributors and resellers.
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