SonicWALL Global Management System Standard Edition - License

Mfg.Part: 01-SSC-3363 | CDW Part: 523952 | UNSPSC: 43232804
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  • Provide security in growing businesses with the SonicWall Global Management System license
  • It's compatible with Windows and Solaris operating systems
  • Active-device monitoring identifies malfunctions before it's too late
  • Use the SonicWall license to configure large-scale LAN or WAN environments while protecting details of employees
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  • Provide security in growing businesses with the SonicWall Global Management System license
  • It's compatible with Windows and Solaris operating systems
  • Active-device monitoring identifies malfunctions before it's too late
  • Use the SonicWall license to configure large-scale LAN or WAN environments while protecting details of employees

Deploy SonicWall™ firewall and remote access connectivity with the SonicWall Global Management System (GMS) Standard Edition 10-Node Software. This license makes it easy to target traffic and identify threats and anomalies in growing enterprises. Users can configure security policies that fit a specific company by choosing the SonicWall Global Management System license. It's compatible with multiple editions of Windows® and Oracle® Solaris operating systems, and it offers a user-friendly interface. Integration tools in the GMS enable high-volume scaling, which is practical for large networks in IT and data centers. Active-device monitoring and alerts make the SonicWall GMS license a proactive choice for businesses by tackling errors immediately. Security protocols in the license protect employees against various cyber threats. The GMS standard edition offers support for the simple network management protocol (SNMP), which collects and organizes data within local area network (LAN) or wide area network (WAN) architectures. With real-time and historic data reports, network managers can evaluate the network performance. Users can export these reports to PDF files or a Microsoft® Excel® spreadsheet easily.