Corsair introduces power supply solution
Corsair Memory announced the introduction of the Corsair HX Series power supply product line.
The HX Series is designed with high-performance PCs and gaming systems, audio/video workstations and file servers in mind. The line features a modular cable solution, offering flexible cables for cable routing. The modular design eliminates cable clusters and optimizes the airflow inside the computer case to help keep the system cool. Available in 620Watt and 520Watt models, the HX Series offers continuous fully rated output with solid triple +12V rails for a combined maximum output rating of 50Amp (40Amp on 520Watt) even at 50 degrees C ambient temperature.
Additionally, the HX620W and HX520W models offer native support for dual graphics card configurations and include two PCI-Express cables.
The CMPSU-620HX (620 watt) and CMPSU-520HX (520 watt) are available immediately through Corsair’s authorized distributors, resellers and retailers.
BrowserCRM updates CRM solution with addition of Visible Source
BrowserCRM announced an update to its Small Business CRM application with the addition of Visible Source in its version 4.6 release.
BrowserCRM is a Web-based suite combining integrated e-mail functionality with CRM and collaboration tools, running in a Web browser. The application can be installed on the customer’s own server, uploaded to an ISP or Web host, or rented as a hosted solution in the BrowserCRM data centre. SMBs can choose where the application is installed, thereby giving the business more control of their data.
The latest version of BrowserCRM also includes feature enhancements and improvements to the user interface.
BrowserCRM 4.6 is shipping a free version for up to three users and is available at the company’s site. For more than three users, BrowserCRM 4.6 is priced at US$199 per user for the server version and US$29 per month, per user, on an annual basis, for the hosted version.
Symantec launches IT policy compliance offering
Symantec Corp. announced the release of Symantec Control Compliance Suite, an upgrade to the bv-Control portfolio of products that helps customers reduce the cost and complexity of IT policy compliance through automated assessment of policies against industry regulations, standards and best practices. Symantec Control Compliance Suite’s new data gathering functions such as agentless reporting and database discovery offer a comprehensive solution for IT control compliance reporting across platforms, the company says.
Symantec Control Compliance Suite allows customers to produce “Evidence of Review” reporting to facilitate management review of access controls as mandated by Sarbanes-Oxley and other regulations to prove that privilege grants conform to access needs. This is supplied through granular, detailed entitlement reports that show who has access to specific information, what each individual has access to and who the business owner is for the data.
Customers are offered closed-loop identification and resolution to find and eliminate security vulnerabilities. Symantec Control Compliance Suite provides detailed remediation instructions to correct deviations and integrates with existing change control ticketing systems to ensure that changes are made only after appropriate authorization and with proper oversight.
Symantec Control Compliance Suite 8.2 includes agentless Unix reporting, Oracle patch assessment and database discovery and reporting and database activity auditing on SQL Server 2005. In addition, customers are provided support for mobile devices connecting to Microsoft Exchange servers. It also integrates with Symantec BindView Policy Manager to provide proof of security configuration compliance with broader corporate policy.
Symantec Control Compliance Suite 8.2 is currently available through Symantec’s worldwide network of value-added resellers, distributors and systems integrators.