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Well, it happened... Well, it finally happened... my one and only employee is leaving me. He has a job offer for 25% more money, but less health coverage. He is taking his vacation
Dec 2, 2009#22
Re: "boiler plate" Service Level Agreements ... Also referred to as an Confidentiality and Non-disclosure Statement.
Oct 27, 2009#21
"boiler plate" Service Level Agreements Anybody have one of these? I am specifically interested in getting all my vendors who log into our network onboard with the same documentation.
Oct 27, 2009#20
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Re: Network Security Expenses Thanks for the input guys. Sounds like Dan gets tight budget award! Basically though, seems like were all using different tools with similar budgets to
Oct 26, 2009#19
Re: Network Security Expenses St. Joseph County uses Kaspersky Business Space Security for integrated protection (AV/Anti-malware,etc.). Also includes centralized administration, with an
Oct 26, 2009#18
Re: Network Security Expenses Clinton County moved away from Symantec a couple of yrs ago also. We went with Trendmicro for desktop antivirus and spam prevention. For 225 users it was about
Oct 23, 2009#17
Re: Network Security Expenses In Hillsdale Co. I have dropped Symantec (was AV and malware) in favor of Sophos. I purchased a 3 year contract starting last April, at $3,999. That's $1,333
Oct 22, 2009#16
Re: Next Lunch RoundTable If Shinavier's cooking, this could get really interesting.
Oct 22, 2009#15
Network Security Expenses Gentleman, I came away from the Digital Summitt thinking about security. This is where I am at right now: Appriver(Email Spam & Virus Removal) $1900/Year
Oct 22, 2009#14
Next Lunch RoundTable Friday, November 13 12:00pm Shinavier's buying, or maybe cooking? Hastings, Mi Location TBA
Oct 22, 2009#13
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