Guardware Enhances ScreenShield™ Anti-Pornography Enterprise Software – New Remote Installation Administration and Improved Video Detection Capabilities

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Guardware today announced the release of ScreenShield™ Enterprise version 3.2, an upgrade to the company’s award-winning, server-based, anti-pornography software. The new version includes enhancements that streamline implementation and administration in networked environments and improve protection against illicit images embedded in videos. Designed for every organization – from libraries to law firms, from schools to stock brokerages – ScreenShield 3.2 monitors and blocks the display of offensive content on networked PCs.

Guardware today announced the release of ScreenShield™ Enterprise version 3.2, an upgrade to the company’s award-winning, server-based, anti-pornography software. The new version includes enhancements that streamline implementation and administration in networked environments and improve protection against illicit images embedded in videos. Designed for every organization – from libraries to law firms, from schools to stock brokerages – ScreenShield 3.2 monitors and blocks the display of offensive content on networked PCs.

The new ScreenShield release delivers powerful administration capabilities that allow users to install the software across an entire network without having to physically go to each individual computer. This capability, along with enhanced remote administration features, reduces the time needed to install up and manage ScreenShield in a networked environment.

“This release makes ScreenShield even easier to install and use,” said Ian McKinley of Guardware. “The ability to set up the application remotely – without having to physically install it on every desktop and laptop – is a significant time savings for organizations. And since ScreenShield continues to protect computers whether they stay connected to the network or not, it is ideal for both fixed and mobile environments.”

Version 3.2 also provides enhanced video-detection logic, which identifies and blocks illicit images contained in DVDs or on-line videos from being displayed. Unlike traditional filtering solutions, ScreenShield detects pornographic text and images from all sources, including Internet browsers, external CD and DVD drives, and email attachments. The software does not rely on databases of known pornographic web sites, but instead uses sophisticated image-recognition technology and text analysis

ScreenShield benefits organizations by decreasing productivity loss related to the viewing of illicit content, and by limiting exposure to legal liabilities. In addition to its blocking and reporting capabilities, the software acts as a deterrent by visibly alerting users to the fact that they are being monitored. Only an authorized administrator can disable ScreenShield.

Guardware offers flexible, cost-effective options for licensing ScreenShield with no recurring monthly or annual fees. For more information, please visit http://www.guardwareinc.com. For sales, contact Nate Baslow at 800-747-1125.

Guardware is a software solution provider committed to developing and marketing innovative personal computer applications that improve productivity and security. Founded in 2000, Guardware is headquartered in the UK and has offices and distributors around the world.

ScreenShield and the Guardware logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Guardware LLC in the United States and/or other countries. All other names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

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