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IM firewall includes monitor and record functions.

Barracuda Networks : 22 May, 2007  (New Product)
IT administrators can monitor internal and public server IM traffic from within the organisation.
Barracuda Networks has announced Barracuda IM Firewall enhancements, which include the ability to monitor and record public IM traffic out-of-band using a span port, hub, or Ethernet tap.

"The Barracuda IM Firewall was the first of its kind to support public IM monitoring and archiving in inline mode, a feature that is crucial for businesses that seek to log and manage IM traffic on their network," said Stephen Pao, vice president of product management for Barracuda Networks. "We are now extending this functionality to out-of-band configurations for IT administrators that are looking for a way to perform many of the same tasks without installing another inline appliance."

The Barracuda IM Firewall is the only all-in-one instant messaging appliance to incorporate an IM server with public IM traffic monitoring, IM archiving and policy management technologies. Using the Barracuda IM Firewall, customers can monitor and log all internal IM traffic over the internal server as well as all public IM traffic over popular public IM networks such as Yahoo!, MSN, AOL, and ICQ. New enhancements will allow IT administrators to monitor and log these same public channels without deploying an inline security appliance. Logging IM messages is an important feature for organisations that need to comply with message retention policies for legal or regulatory reasons.

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