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Netwrix New Releases and News — December 2011
Happy New Year and Best Wishes for 2012!
Did you know that Netwrix is on LinkedIn? Join our group today to connect with fellow IT professionals and be always up-to-date with the latest news and discussions.
We Continue Donate-Your-Discount-to-Charity ProgramBuy any Netwrix product at a discounted price and donate your discount to charity
Thanks to all who have already taken part and made a donation. If you haven't yet done so you still have a chance till January 30th 2012. The list of charitable organizations available for your donation is now extended.
Bulk Password Reset Full-featured Edition is Now Available as FreewareThe product supports up to a million users and features all the previously unavailable standard edition functionality
Some notable features that are now included at no cost that previously required a paid license: passwords reset on all local accounts; local account enable/disable feature; scheduled processing of password resets and many more.
Letter to Customers from Netwrix CEONew Year's wishes from Michael Fimin - CEO and President of Netwrix Corporation
Michael Fimin draws up the results of the passing year and extends gratitude and best wishes to all who supported Netwrix in our mutual path to success. Please, feel free to leave your feedback directly to Michael.
Why Do Some IT Pros Dislike Facebook?Curious conclusions of the Spiceworks discussion over a new Netwrix group on Facebook
Announcing new FB group to discuss IT Auditing, Compliance, Security, and Forensics resulted in debates on whether or not the network was suited for business or technical discussion.
(article by Chris Rich, Director, Product Management)
New Important Awards for Netwrix: Two More for Change AuditingThese honors made Netwrix a winner of 17 prestigious awards within the two-month period
Netwrix Joins Microsoft System Center AllianceThe relationship will result in developing new solutions integrated with Microsoft System Center
The new value-added solutions will be capable of capturing changes in such environments as file servers and appliances, Windows services, network devices, SQL Server databases, and SharePoint.