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Best of Interop 2014 Product Award Winners

The Best of Interop Awards recognize innovative hardware and software that represent technological advancement in a specific category. The Interop judging team poured through 129 submissions in nine categories, including networking, mobility, and security. This year we chose to mix this up a little by creating a separate storage category and adding a whole new SDN category. Awards were also presented for Grand Award winner, Best Startup, and Audience Choice. See who took home the prize this year
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Security

Product:SpectorSoft Spector 360 Recon

Spector 360 Recon won judges over with its groundbreaking approach that solves a critical, high-profile security problem – tracking user activity to prevent data leaks – while also protecting user privacy in the enterprise. Spector 360 offers the ability to monitor employee activity at a highly granular level, and even offers video-like screen captures that show a user's actions, including the applications that a particular user has been accessing. Spector 360 Recon logs user activity in a secure "black box" for 30 days, encrypting the data so that it cannot be casually observed by IT staff. When suspicious activities are detected, early warning alerts are generated, and an organization has the power to decide whether or not further review is necessary -- and specifically who should have access to the information.

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