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By Michael R. Zimmerman  |  Posted 2002-11-19 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


: Panels Lead Comdex Product Parade"> Also on the mobility front, Iomega released Monday its new 2.5-ounce Mini USB Drive, which features a wide range of capacities from 64MB to 256MB. Because it is USB-powered, no external power supply or batteries are needed. The San Diego company also announced the Iomega Zip 750MB drive Monday. The device, which is available in USB 2.0 initially and FireWire or ATAPI soon, can also read and write to 250MB and 100MB disks. For more information on these products go to www.iomega.com. And if youve ever wondered about the impact your employees non-business-related Internet and e-mail use may be having on productivity, Security Software Systems may have an answer. The policy monitoring software developer has upgraded its Policy Central product to include the ability to create usage profiles for individual employees, allowing employers to more efficiently monitor company policy violations and confront abusers. In addition, Policy Central version 2.0 features an optimized database that automatically stores screen captures. Policy Central automatically captures a users screen if he/she breaks a company online or e-mail or IM policy.
The Sugar Grove, Ill., companys Cyber Sentinel Network product allows companies to designate groups of employees for different policies, instead of creating one policy for all employees. Also included is a tracking feature that records every Web site a user has visited and a reporting tool that provides an historical analysis of a users Internet and e-mail or IM policy breaches. For more on these products, go to www.securitysoft.com.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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