Synonyms for sonicwall or Related words with sonicwall
Examples of "sonicwall"
announced the acquisition of enKoo.
1999: In late 1999 the company changed its name from Sonic Systems to
, Inc. to represent the shift to a network security company, and in November 1999
went public (SNWL).
announced the acquisition of Aventail Corporation.
On March 13, 2012, "USA Today" said that Dell had announced its intent to acquire
, which then had 130 patents and 950 employees. Dell's acquisition of
became official on May 9, 2012.
upgraded its Global Management System (GMS) software to manage more VPN devices.
2012: On March 13, 2012, Dell announced that they had signed a definitive agreement to acquire
Lasso Logic was a company formed in 2003 that pioneered continuous data protection (CDP) and an onsite–offsite backup technology for the small and medium enterprise market (SME) before it was acquired by
in November, 2005 for approximately $20 million. Lasso Logic became the third of three business divisions at
, now called the Business Continuity Unit. Lasso CDP is now called
Sawmill is the OEM reporting engine sold by Blue Coat Systems as a bundled part of their proxy server product. A branded version of it is also sold by Cisco Systems as "Sawmill for IronPort". A branded version of it is also sold by Vicomsoft Ltd as "InterGate Intelligence". A branded version of it is also sold by
Aventail Advanced Reporting".
Formerly a division of Dell Software Inc.,
was spun off and acquired by Francisco Partners and Elliott Management in June 2016. On Nov. 1, 2016,
announced that it had commenced standalone operations, and named Conner its President and CEO.
Conner stated publicly that
will continue its relationship with Dell, as a reseller partner, and will continue its service areas focused on network security, secure mobile access, email security and encryption, and management and reporting. In a public statement to employees, Conner stated he wants to focus
on four areas of growth:
Many router manufacturers provide built in support for No-IP's dynamic DNS protocol, for example Asus, D-Link, Dovado, Edimax,
, SMC, and TP-Link.
2010: On July 23, 2010,
announced that it had completed its merger with affiliates of an investor group led by Thoma Bravo, LLC, which included the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan through its private investor department, Teachers' Private Capital. After the merger
was delisted from NASDAQ.
states it is the North American market share leader in internet security appliances among small and medium-sized enterprises. In August 2016,
launched its Capture Advanced Threat Prevention Service, and has analyzed more than 4 million suspicious files for its clients as of Nov. 1, 2016. The cloud-based service uses multiple engines to help prevent attacks, and automates remediation techniques.
On June 20, 2016, Dell sold
(part of its Dell Software) to private equity firm Francisco Partners and Elliott Management.
2016: On May 20, 2016, Dell announced the sale of Dell Software (which included
) to private equity firm Francisco Partners and Elliott Management.
On November 1, 2016, Francisco Partners and Elliot Management acquired the Dell Software Group, which was re-launched as Quest Software and
. KACE products are currently part of the Quest portfolio.
Other companies that offer integrated PBX include Star2Star, Vocalocity, Grasshopper, RingCentral, PhonePeople and Phone.com, Velantro, Inc., QuickPBX Internet security companies that offer firewall services include
, Watchguard, Checkpoint and Juniper.
On November 1, 2016, Francisco Partners and Elliot Management acquired Dell Software Group, which was re-launched as Quest Software and
. Rapid Recovery is currently part of the Quest portfolio.
2003: Matthew T. (Matt) Medeiros (formerly of Philips Components) became CEO in March 2003.
acquired a number of companies through the years, expanding its product line in the process.
Avira was among the first companies to receive OESIS OK Gold Certification, indicating that both the antispyware and antivirus components of several of its security products achieved the maximum compatibility score with widespread network technologies such as SSL/TLS VPN and Network Access Control from companies including Juniper Networks, Cisco Systems, and
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