System Controls E-Mail, Web Access

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Elron Software Inc. has released its Internet Manager suite of systems designed to help organizations filter their e-mail, prevent viral problems and provide overall network security.


Internet Manager's product line includes:


• IM Message Inspector, which provides reports of incoming e-mail and blocks unsolicited messages.


• IM Web Inspector, which monitors and blocks access to Web sites deemed inappropriate by an organization's Internet viewing policies.


• IM Anti-virus, which detects viruses and repairs technology from vendors to provide gateway protection against e-mail-borne viruses.


• IM Firewall, which protects against unauthorized Web access and viral attacks from both Internet and intranet sources.


In conjunction with the new products, Elron announced a rebranding effort that consists of a new logo and Web site.


"The rebranding effort reflects our commitment to providing content management and security for all forms of inbound and outbound Internet traffic," said Adam Bosnian, vice president of marketing at Elron, Burlington, MA.


More information about the software firm's products can be found at the new site, www.internetmanager.com.
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