Resurrect Obsolete Computers

Paris, France (PressExposure) April 16, 2009 -- You spent lots of money for your so precious server two years ago and your IT staff announces you today: The machine is out-of-date and the new release of your so critical business application needs a more powerful machine. Does this news may enrage you over the IT staff or the software industries?

Good news :-) Your so-called obsolete computer is sophisticated enough to avoid you to recycling it yet. Transform your out-of-date computer into a cutting edge network appliance just in a few minutes!

Commonly network appliance manufacturers integrate hardware and specific OS (Operating System) to commercialize the final solution as a whole. Most of the time the hardware part of those solutions are just computers similar to yours classified as obsolete today. Why don’t bring your out-of-date computer to life again by just installing that famous OS without having to buy additional hardware? Of course you know most of the time that magic OS is not sold apart.

There is a new generation of OS intended to transform a computer into an appliance. This generation of OS appliance has the particularity of being sold without the obligation of buying the specific hardware proposed by classical hardware appliance manufacturers.

If you are looking for a network appliance to secure and optimize web traffics CacheGuard OS is for you. It’s time to consider a new approach and think about a new solution rather than buying dedicated equipment or developing your own solution. Your out-of-date computer could be transformed with CacheGuard OS into a powerful network appliance in less than 5 minutes.

Cacheguard allows you to secure your networks, save your precious bandwidth and filter unwanted web contents. CacheGuard is a typical OS appliance that transforms a computer into a powerful network appliance. Visit http://www.cacheguard.com for further information.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 15, 2009 at 8:59 am
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