This versatile and reasonably-priced IP65-rated camera is suitable for small businesses as well as homes.
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In these high-risk times, firewalling your network is a necessity rather than a luxury. And with a small or medium-sized business network, it makes sense to use a separate, dedicated appliance to minimise configuration time. The alternatives are either to run a software firewall on one of your servers, which can lead to high configuration requirements, or hope that the firewall in your router is up to scratch.
This richly-featured gateway and firewall allows IT managers in small/medium-sized businesses to secure their networks easily.
The easiest approach to security for many small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) is to buy an appliance that does it all, and then forget about it. Although this minimises the management burden, it's not optimal, not least because threats change over time -- for example, as new viruses are born and the network's configuration changes.
This innovative solution provides a bridge between outsourced and in-house network security, and could appeal to many an SME.