Exton, PA (PRWEB) December 21, 2007
Pearl Software, Inc., a leading provider of Employee Internet Monitoring and Web Filtering software announced that the company has been selected as a finalist in the SC Magazine Awards program for outstanding achievement in information-technology (IT) security. The company's Pearl Echo-Suite™ Web Monitoring and Filtering Software was named in the Reader Trust Award's "Best Web Filtering" category of the competition.
Pearl's Employee Internet filtering and control solution was among more than 600 entries submitted in more than 30 technology categories. The Excellence Awards recognize leading products and companies as decided by a panel of industry luminaries from the analyst and end-user communities. Finalists of the SC Magazine Awards program are determined through voting conducted by the publication's readers. Readers vote for what they view as the solution that is most effective at helping them to manage issues related to inappropriate use of the Internet.
"With this finalist nomination, SC Magazine readers are recognizing Pearl Software as a key ally in their mission to safeguard businesses, customers and critical data in North America," said SC Magazine Editor-in-Chief Illena Armstrong. "We are pleased to know readers and customers have gone out of their way to honor us with this recognition," said Joe Field, Pearl Software's CTO. "Pearl Software has been providing employee Internet management solutions for over ten years and was one of the originators of employee Internet monitoring. Our eventual entrée into Web Filtering has been very well received as is evident by this accolade."
Pearl Echo-Suite is an e-communications monitoring, filtering, and control solution enabling effective management of employee Internet usage in mobile laptop, desktop and server-centric environments. Echo-Suite actively captures employee web browsing, file transfers, news, chat, IM, e-mail and web-mail, including all encoded attachments. Internet access permissions can be set at the group and user level, based on time controls, keyword triggers, allow-lists, block-lists and a dynamic library of web domain category filters. More information on Pearl Software and its suite of products can be found at http://www.pearlsw.com.
About Pearl Software:
Pearl Software was founded in 1996 by David Fertell and Joe Field. The company provides Internet monitoring, filtering and control products to the growing Internet user community. Pearl Software's key patent-pending products include Pearl Echo-Suite™, Website-Echo™ and IM-Echo™. The company also offers browser control software, TakeMeHome™ and partners with law enforcement to extend the application of its remote and mobile Internet monitoring and control capabilities. For additional news on Pearl Software, please visit http://www.pearlsw.com/news.