Cloud hosting provider iomartcloud, with offices in Europe and on the US East Coast, has partnered with Exinda to deliver a web filtering solution aimed at enterprise networks and primary and secondary schools. iomartcloud’s Web Filter product is accredited for Child Safety Online by the British Standards Institute.
From its offices in Europe and the US, iomartcloud delivers business-critical cloud hosting solutions for clients of all sizes, from consumer to enterprises and ISPs. The company, part of European cloud company iomart Group, has partnered with Exinda to protect enterprises and schools from growing cyber security threats.
As a result of increased online collaboration and mobile device expansion in the workplace, the risk of employees and students accessing inappropriate content on the network is growing, according to iomartcloud. In response, the company has launched the Exinda Content Filter which integrates the content filtering capabilities from iomartcloud into Exinda’s WAN Optimization and Network Control appliances which already would have helped over 3,000 organizations worldwide deliver safe and reliable end-user experiences.
Benefits of Exinda Content Filter
The cloud-based Exinda Content Filter will provide IT managers with the ability to block access to prohibited content, prevent staff and students from downloading and sharing copyrighted material, and eliminate misuse of the network. With its reporting tools, the Exinda Content Filter enables IT staff to monitor users and applications on or off the network, and set intelligent policies that restrict unauthorized behavior.
“This is a very important partnership with a global leader in WAN Optimization and Network Control,” said Bill Strain, director of iomartcloud. “It means our web filtering software will be delivered through a single network appliance for the first time. Businesses and organizations across the globe will be able to add web filtering to their network quickly and affordably at any level, from the gateway right down to the individual device, according to their requirements.”