Today’s workforce is becoming increasingly more mobile and dispersed. As a result, it is an absolute necessity that secure VPN connectivity be provided by any firewall manufacturer. Unlike many of our competitors, Kerio does not charge for VPN functionality.
No other firewall has as many flexible deployment options as Kerio Control. You can purchase our hardware boxes; you can install an ISO file on bare metal; or, you can install a VMware or Hyper-V virtual appliance.
In this webinar you will learn best practices for securing your network and protecting it against threats from the Internet like ransomware, kryptolockers, DoS attacks, brute force, viruses etc.
Specific topics will include:
Monitoring & blocking intrusions
Blocking malicious & unwanted software
Segmenting your network
Identifying users & devices on your network
Wednesday | August 31, 2016 | 9:00 EDT | 14.00 BST | 15.00 CEST
Presenters: Carsten Maas, Anton Tikhonov REGISTER
Wednesday | August 31, 2016 | 10.00 PDT | 13:00 EDT | 19.00 CEST
Presenters: Brian Carmichael, Carsten Maas REGISTER Audio and video will be transmitted via Adobe Connect, please have your speakers ready. NOTE: This webinar is in English and for Kerio resellers & end users
Stay connected anytime, anywhere with Kerio Cloud hosted email, messaging and voice services. Kerio Cloud provides the flexibility and scalability every business needs, with full mobile device support. Confidently plan expenses with predictable monthly payments and benefit from the latest software updates as soon as they become available. Contact me for more information or talk to a Kerio reseller today!
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GLENVIEW, Ill. (July 29, 2016) – On World Lung Cancer Day on August 1, the American College of Chest Physicians (CHEST), alongside members of the Forum of International Respiratory Societies (FIRS) commemorates, celebrates and supports those impacted by lung cancer. FIRS joins the grassroots efforts of the lung cancer community to raise awareness about lung cancer and its global impact, creating an educational movement of understanding lung cancer risks as well as early treatment around the world.
Lung cancer is the most common cancer worldwide, accounting for 1.8 million new cases in 2012, and is responsible for nearly one in five cancer deaths according to the World Health Organization. Lung cancer claims more lives yearly than breast, colon and prostate cancers combined. According to the American Cancer Society, an estimated 224,390 new cases of lung cancer are expected to be diagnosed in 2016, accounting for about 14% of all cancer diagnoses in the United States alone.
World Lung Cancer Day 2016: Honor, Unite, Inspire highlights the many risk factors to be aware of in order to detect lung cancer at the earliest stage possible. While most understand that smoking is the single greatest risk factor for lung cancer, other lesser known risk factors include environment and genetics. Environmental exposure to radon, asbestos, arsenic, beryllium and uranium have all been linked to lung cancer. The risk of lung cancer also increases with a history of cancer in another part of the body, age, family history, radiation to the chest area and lung diseases like COPD.
The initiative also aims to shed light on key symptoms and screening options. Symptoms include change in mucus, chest or back pain, coughing up blood and difficulty swallowing. Tests that may be used to diagnose lung cancer include chest X-rays, CT and PET scans, bronchoscopy and needle biopsies. If you are a current or former smoker and over age 55, you may be a candidate for a low- dose CT scan screening that can offer early detection of lung cancer, potentially at its earliest stages.
“Treatment options for lung cancer have significantly advanced over the past few years and survival rates are increasing. We’re hopeful the World Lung Cancer Day efforts will help to continue to raise awareness of risks and increase early detection for the best possible outcomes,” said Dr. Gerard Silvestri, President-Elect of the American College of Chest Physicians.
More than 70,000 global FIRS members have united in support of World Lung Cancer Day, including member organizations: CHEST, Asociación Latinoamericana del Thorax (ALAT), the American Thoracic Society, the Asian Pacific Society of Respirology, the European Respiratory Society, the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease and the Pan African Thoracic Society.
Patients, families and caregivers can download free educational resources and learn more about lung cancer, risk factors, screenings and treatment options by visiting http://www.chestnet.org/WLCD.
CHEST is the global leader in advancing best patient outcomes through innovative chest medicine education, clinical research and team-based care. Its mission is to champion the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of chest diseases through education, communication and research. CHEST serves as an essential connection to clinical knowledge and resources for its 19,000 members from around the world who provide patient care in pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine. For more information, visit chestnet.org.
About the Forum of International Respiratory Societies
FIRS is an organization consisting of the world’s leading international respiratory societies working together to improve lung health globally: American Thoracic Society, CHEST, Asociación Latinoamericana De Tórax, Asian Pacific Society of Respirology, European Respiratory Society, International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases and the Pan African Thoracic Society. The goal of FIRS is to unify and enhance efforts to improve lung health through the combined work of its more than 70,000 members globally.
Latest release of award-winning messaging and collaboration solution introduces real-time presence status, integrated chat and more.
San Jose, Calif, July 12, 2016 – Today Kerio Technologies released Kerio Connect 9.1, strengthening its messaging and collaboration solution for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) with new presence status, chat features and more.
“In this release we’re making it even easier for SMBs to communicate," said Heather Paunet, VP Products of Kerio Technologies. “New presence status and integrated chat enables users to easily check the availability of their contacts and gives them the option to respond to a communication quickly, in real-time if they're 'Online', but if their status is set to 'Do Not Disturb', they can send an email.”
The latest release also adds many user productivity features including remembering selected messages when sorting, searching or switching folder, time stamp (as well as date stamp) in email list and many user experience improvements.
"We are always looking for ways to make business communication smarter," said Mirek Kren, CEO of Kerio Technologies. "By helping users process their communications efficiently, spending less time managing their inbox, we are helping SMBs work more productively."
Kerio Connect 9.1 also includes more domain based configuration capabilities, making it easier to configure various settings individually for different domains. Each domain can be allocated a separate email address for archiving and each domain can have a separate storage quota, with notifications being sent when the quota limit is almost reached.
With deployment options for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and VMware, Kerio Connect 9.1 is ready to run in virtually any cloud or on-premises environment. Cloud-hosted Kerio Connect is available from Kerio partners worldwide. On-premises Kerio Connect starts at $465 for five users. For more information, please visit www.kerio.com/connect.
About Kerio Technologies
Kerio provides safe, simple, and secure business productivity solutions to more than 60,000 small and mid-sized businesses and millions of users globally. Our award-winning email, UTM/firewall, VOIP, and collaboration solutions are distributed through a network of more than 6,500 reseller partners. Kerio is a profitable and growing technology leader headquartered in San Jose, California with offices in the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, Russia, Australia, and Brazil.
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At Kerio, our mission is to help small and mid-sized businesses connect, communicate, and collaborate securely. We focus on making technology flexible, accessible, and easier to use. Kerio provides safe, simple, and secure business productivity solutions to more than 60,000 businesses and millions of users globally. Our award-winning email, UTM/firewall, VoIP, and collaboration solutions are distributed through a network of more than 6,000 reseller partners.
If you would like to learn more about our solutions or about becoming a Kerio reseller, contact me today.
The state of Georgia provides its drivers the first – and only
-specialty license plate in the country specifically dedicated to lung cancer
awareness. Drivers in Georgia can alert fellow motorists that lung cancer
"My mother, Joan Gaeta, died of lung cancer after a
three-and-a-half year battle," says Tina Pink, a VP of Fundraising for the
Gaeta Fund. "She was most passionate about raising awareness and fighting
the stigma of the disease. This plate is a big step in that direction. I know
she would be very proud!"
Mrs. Pink's sister, Theresa Andretta, VP of Operations,
concurs. "Lung cancer kills more people than the next five cancers
combined! Yet, it receives the least amount of funding. We have no choice but
to raise awareness and to fight the stigma. These plates are a great way to do
The Joan Gaeta Lung Cancer Fund was created in the fall of
2007 as The Joan Gaeta Lung Cancer Foundation by her husband and children to
raise awareness of the disease, to educate the public, and to be an advocate
for research. They also strive to eliminate the stigma of lung cancer and to
support survivors and their loved ones in their local community.
In July of 2010, they re-launched as The Joan Gaeta Lung
Cancer Fund benefiting the Addario Lung Cancer Medical Institute. Their
ultimate goal remains the same: “to eradicate lung cancer.” By partnering with
one significant research initiative, they can make a much greater impact in
wiping out lung cancer. http://www.forjoan.org
ABOUT THE ADDARIO LUNG CANCER MEDICAL INSTITUTE (ALCMI)
ALCMI was established in 2008 as a 501(c) (3) non-profit
organization with the ultimate goal of significantly impacting survival by
directly catalyzing and accelerating discovery of new and more effective
treatment options for all lung cancer patients. Presently, ALCMI has 13
academic and community medical centers in the United States and Europe closely
collaborating on cutting edge research initiatives. http://www.alcmi.net
ABOUT LUNG CANCER
-Even if you have never smoked, you can get lung cancer.
-60% of new cases are now diagnosed in non-smokers and
-Lung cancer is the #1 cancer killer of both men and women.
-Every three minutes, someone is diagnosed with the disease.
-It kills more people each year than breast cancer, prostate
cancer, colon cancer, liver cancer, melanoma, and kidney cancer combined.
-It surpassed breast cancer of the #1 killer of women in
-The five year survival rate for lung cancer is still only
15% - the same as it was nearly 40 years ago.