Products of the Week

Our round-up of intriguing new products from Fortinet, DotNetNuke, eEye among others.

Products of the Week

Our round-up of intriguing new products from Fortinet, eEye, DotNetNuke among others.

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DotNetNuke 6.0

Product name: DotNetNuke 6.0

Key features: The Web content management system has a simplified user interface, and DotNetNuke developers rewrote the code base in the C# language, from Visual Basic, to make customization easier for third parties. The  enterprise edition provides connectivity to Microsoft SharePoint, and the professional and enterprise versions of the software can also be easily connected to Amazon Web Services and Windows Azure. The professional and enterprise editions also feature a new eCommerce module for conducting online sales. It includes connectivity with PayPal as well as order management, product display, checkout and other capabilities.

More info: DotNetNuke gets fresh user interface

Retina CS 2.5

Product name: Retina CS 2.5

Key features: Retina CS 2.5 adds enhancements to provide flexible risk scoring, broad exploit intelligence, risk reports, analytics and improved patch management to improve security risk prioritization and to streamline vulnerability management. More info .


Product name: FortiWeb-3000CFsx

Key features: The FortiWeb-3000CFsx Web application firewall integrates a Web vulnerability scanner and application load balancing features to reduce deployment times. The Web vulnerability scanner identifies and guards against potential data loss from Open Web Application Security Program (OWASP) Top 10 attack profiles. The device can download security updates and supports RADIUS and LDAP authentication. The appliance supports the latest FortiWeb 4.0 MR3 software that features advanced data compression to improve bandwidth utilization and user response times.

Enterasys NAC

Product name: Enterasys NAC

Key features: Enterasys NAC technology features new automation capabilities, increased visibility solving pain points such as managing virtualized servers, and additional device-type granularity for management and security in Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) environments. More info .