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HP Adds Powerful Pair To Workstation Range

HP has launched two new dual quad-core workstations aimed at businesses that need the highest performance from their desktop systems. HP unveiled its first quad-core workstations over a year ago now and claims that customers have been experiencing performance increases of up to 400 percent, with double-digit gains in productivity and faster return on investment.

Linksys Makes IP Surveillance Easy On The Eye And The Pocket

Linksys has brought out two affordable but very capable and easy to setup IP cameras, specifically designed for smaller firms. The Wireless-G Business Internet Video Camera with Audio (WVC2300) and Business Internet Video Camera with Audio and PoE (PVC2300), can be used to set up a simple surveillance system.

Fast And Feature-Packed Firewall From Netgear

Netgear has released a new firewall that should meet just about all the requirements of any small- or medium-sized business that takes its digital security seriously. The snappily-named ProSafe Dual WAN Gigabit SSL VPN Firewall (FVS336G), is packed with features and provides versatile network security, remote access and Internet connectivity capabilities.

VMware Releases Next Generation Of Free Virtualisation Server

VMware, which is widely regarded as the world leader in the growing area of software virtualisation, has released the latest version of its free virtualisation product, which enables users to partition up a single physical server so that it looks like two or more systems to the network operating system.

Cisco Shows SMB Commitment With Smart Business Communications System

Cisco says that it is demonstrating its firm commitment to meeting the needs of small- and medium-sized business with its latest round of networking and communications solutions. The Cisco Smart Business Communications System (SBCS) has been extended, tripling the number of users it will support for unified communications to 48 and adding four new Ethernet switches.

Why email marketing can be good for you

Andrew Robinson, managing director of specialist software provider, Lyris, explains how you can use email marketing to get your messages across to customers.