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Our friends from FullArmor recently treated us to some sushi at the local buffet (I used all my willpower and only had one heaping plate), and between sips of miso soup, chomps of calamari, mounds of mackerel and tons of tuna, we talked about their latest product: FullArmor Endpoint Policy Manager, a tool that lets admins build and enforce security and other policies for fixed desktops and roving laptops.

The whole idea is to make sure that laptops and mobile devices that have been out in the wild are in compliance with internal corporate security as defined by Group Policy when they return to the corporate nest.

Posted by Doug Barney on March 27, 2007 at 11:52 AM


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