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TeleMate.Net Software Unveils Universal Mobile Filter(June 27, 2011)
Norcross, GA (PRWEB) June 27, 2011
TeleMate.Net Software, a global provider of voice network monitoring and Internet security solutions, today unveiled its latest solution, Universal Mobile Filter, at the 2011 International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference before more than 18,000 attendees in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The prevalence of one-to-one technology initiatives and Bring Your Own Device programs is redefining IT in education. Beyond securing desktops, school technology administrators are held accountable for balancing effective digital learning with safe classroom environments across mobile platforms such as iPhone, iPad, Android, MacBook and Windows tablets. As a result, TeleMate.Net made mobile device filtering a vital component of its NetSpective Internet Content Filter solution.
The NetSpective Universal Mobile Filter works independent of operating system, web browser or device type making it a truly unique solution, stated Steve Tabaska, CEO of TeleMate.Net Software. Though some of our competitors have chosen to develop proprietary browsers and applications to enforce mobile filtering, we believe the best solutions allow users the freedom to explore the digital world in a safe learning environment, while giving administrators a simple, yet comprehensive, management interface that is future proof.
While most mobile filters employ a single policy for visitors, students, teachers and staff, the NetSpective Universal Mobile Filter extends flexible content filtering and user-to-policy enforcement to mobile devices. As users are identified on your network, administrative configuration options enable network devices to be automatically paired with an appropriate policy group using innovative zero-touch pooling technology. When students, teachers and staff leave and re-enter the network, built-in auto-recognition retains and enforces their policy settings.
TeleMate.Net Software is demonstrating the Universal Mobile Filter and other NetSpective Internet Content Filter solutions at the ISTE Conference from June 26 until June 29 in the Pennsylvania Convention Center exhibit hall. Visit booth #355 for a live demonstration or contact Alysha McCree at marketing(at)telemate(dot)net for more information.
TeleMate.Net® Software is a global leader in voice and data network monitoring and security solutions, which provides cost effective, reliable, and feature-rich solutions to service providers, corporations, and federal, state, and local agencies, creating unprecedented visibility within their complex IT networks, and allowing customers to spend less time collecting and monitoring data and more proactive time managing their overall business. Since 1986, TeleMate.Net Software has evolved its core reporting technology, incorporating the latest advances in database, reporting, user-interface, and categorization technologies, to become the dominate force in addressing telecommunications administrators core requirements. For more information about TeleMate.Net, please visit our website at: http://www.telemate.net.
If youd like more information about NetSpective Internet Content Filtering, NetAuditor® Firewall Reporting, or TeleMate® Unified Call Management, please email Marketing@telemate.net or visit the TeleMate.Net website at http://www.telemate.net.
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