We recently announced that our Analyzer Range is due to be removed from our product portfolio. Removed in this instance means that the Analyzer range will become a legacy product, we’ll stop selling and promoting the range and get rid of a big chunk of Analyzer information from our website. This is nothing that will [...]
Now that Microsoft have officially released the long awaited Windows 7 Operating System, I thought I'd write a quick blog on WebSpy's current support for Windows 7.
Here's a video I put together demonstrating how to get up and running with a complete monitoring and reporting solution in less than 15 minutes. The video demonstrates three products: WebSpy Sentinel, for complete data capture, WebSpy Live for real time alerts, and WebSpy Analyzer Standard for analysis and reporting.
It sounds like Threat Management Gateway (TMG), the new re-branded version of ISA Server, has been a popular topic at this years TechEd event in the US. According to the latest blog from TMG's Product Unit Manager, David B. Cross, Beta 3 will be released in the next couple of weeks. As for the full release, David says that they are still on track for Q4 this calendar year.
We’ve issued a bunch of auto updates for nearly all WebSpy products today Of particular note is a fix to the Vantage range: · Fix: Improved partition matching when filtering by a date range This will benefit you if you're running reports with a date range filter such as last week or yesterday (which is pretty much everyone), and are using the default storage partitioning scheme of "Date" (again... pretty much everyone).
We’ve made a modification to Analyzer’s Sophos loader so that it takes the value from the action field to determine blocked/allowed. The fix can be applied to WebSpy Analyzer Giga 2.3, Analyzer Premium 4.3 or Analyzer Standard 4.3