Sequel Technology this week
released an enterprise version of its Sequel Net Access Manager, the
Internet asset management
solution that enables customers to identify, report, and control Net usage
throughout the enterprise.
This latest version stored user profiles and IP traffic data on existing
enterprise database systems such as Oracle or MS SQL Server.
The Sequel Net Access Manager 3.0 is capable of interacting with a variety
of heterogeneous Internet entry points including Proxies, Firewalls, and
This additional value satisfies the need for a unified monitoring,
reporting, and controlling solution for high-volume IP traffic. The new
version of the Net Access Manager 3.0 synchronizes user profiles with
enterprise directory services (NDS, LDAP, NT) already in use, providing
accuracy and easy administration.
The Net Access Manager is being used by enterprise managers to gather
meaningful information that may be used to manage and control the usage of
Net resources in the various departments within a corporation.
Using the enhanced Reporting features of Version 3.0, IT managers could use
reports to allocate costs to particular departments according to Internet
usage, making each department accountable for its own usage.
Sequel Net Access Manager 3.0 is available now for Microsoft Windows NT,
and includes support for filtration points on either Windows NT or Sun
For additional information, visit the Sequel Technology Web site.