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UTM & UC

August 3, 2009

UTM (Unified Threat Management):

?? UTM is used for 100% security purpose.Firewall, Antivirus Gateway, Content filtering, Antispam and SSL VPN are integrated in a single package known as Unified Threat Management(UTM).UTM is a security product that includes protection against multiple threats.
?? It eliminates the need for system administrator. It updates all the security functions or programs concurrently. It also maintains multiple security programs.
?? UTM-1 Total Security appliances offer a complete set of security features including firewall, intrusion prevention, antivirus, anti-spyware, messaging security, Web application firewall, VoIP security, instant messaging (IM) and peer-to-peer (P2P) blocking, Web filtering, as well as secure site-to-site and remote access connectivity.
?? Simplifies management and deployment with complete out-of-the-box solution for branch office connectivity and security.
?? Enhanced WLAN security with WPA2 and 802.1x support.

?? Cisco,Sonicwall,Fortigate are some of the companies manufacturing UTM.

UC (Unified Communication):

o UC is used for communication purpose. VOIP, E-mail, Fax, Audio & Video conferencing, instant messaging,calendaring are integrated in a single integrated package known as Unified Communication.

o There are lot of companies manufacturing UC such as Microsoft,Cisco etc.

o Unified Communication bridge the gap between telephony and computing to deliver real-time messaging,voice and conferencing to the desktop environment.

o Secure IP communications everywhere across the network infrastructure

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