Lets's Talk Computers - Kerio Technologies Inc.  July 31, 2004
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Kerio Technologies Inc.
Interview on July 31, 2004
Security     Guest: James Gudeli
Kerio Technologies Inc. is a major provider of Internet security software for small to medium sized businesses. Kerio is committed to continue delivering and supporting products that secure communication in a connected world through its global distribution network.

James Gudeli, spokesperson for Kerio discusses network security and newly released Kerio MailServer 6. Kerio MailServer 6 offers collaboration support for MS Outlook and Entourage bridging the groupware gap between Mac and Windows allowing both platforms to smoothly collaborate from one server.
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