More SBS 2008 security dialog: follow-up webinar from Untangle

Hi Folks – I very much appreciate the 200 folks that signed up for last week’s Security in SBS 2008 webinar we did with Untangle and Philip Elder. Great dialog!

Untangle is hosting a follow-up webinar to drill down further. Here are the details followed by the sign-up link:

New Security Solutions for SBS Environments
Tuesday, September 23, 2008 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT

As you know, ISA Server has been removed from Windows Small Business Server 2008 and web threats have overtaken email as the main vector of network infection. This seemingly discouraging news, however, presents an exciting opportunity to grow your business around network security, control, and monitoring. In this session we will briefly discuss how network threats have evolved and dig into the layered security strategies needed to secure your clients’ SBS networks. In this session we cover:

1. The must have security technologies for any small and medium business
2. Low cost and open source options all your clients can afford
3. Demo of Untangle, including Untangle’s new Window’s version
4. Demo of Configuring Untangle with SBS 2008 and Active Directory
5. The Pros and Cons of PC, Server, and Virtualized deployment strategies

Please note the start time in your time zone:
10am Pacific, 11am Mountain, 12pm Central, 1pm Eastern 


On a personal note – I am really excited about the level of interest from all parties that security in SBS 2008 has generated! I have already signed up for this webinar as an attendee and will hopefully see you there!



Harry Brelsford, CEO at smb nation

Microsoft Small Business Specialist SBSC, MBA, MCSE, MCT, MCP, CNE, CLSE, CNP

PS – did u know I host an annual conference in Seattle each october for SBSers and SMB consultants? This year we help launch SBS 2008 and Essential Business Server (EBS) between October 4-6!


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