Reviews Webroot’s latest anti-virus software is hosted in the cloud and is fast, efficient and can be combined with other products to bolster protection.
Reviews This cloud-storage service aims to entice IT admins by including 256-bit AES encryption, logging and reporting features.
Reviews A P2P file sharing tool, which has an attractive £13 per year price point and comes with SSL encryption and password protection. However, the lack of online backup and need for high-speed internet lets it down.
Reviews Netgear is better known for its network routers and switches than its security appliances. Karl Wright takes a look under the hood of the ProSecure UTM150 to see if the new unified threat management appliance is right for you.
Reviews Ipswitch may not be well known, but its WhatsUp Gold network management program is loyally used by some seriously big organisations. Karl Wright looks at the latest version to see if this devotion is justified.
Reviews For many an office suite is just as essential as the computer it runs on. But should you continue investing in Microsoft Office or choose the free OpenOffice instead? Karl Wright gets down to business and finds out in our review.
Reviews Offices are more network-dependent than ever, so it's important to minimise downtime or prevent it completely. Karl Wright takes Dartware's InterMapper networking monitoring software out for a spin to see if it can help.
Reviews Netviewer Meet Business Edition is an online meeting service bursting at the seams with features. But are they worth the £17 a month fee?
Reviews Is the amusingly-named MailChimp email marketing service sweet as a banana or a bit of a howler? Karl Wright finds out in our review.
Reviews Keeping track of your IT infrastructure doesn't have to be expensive or complicated as Karl Wright discovers.
Reviews An excellent screen sharing service that's free? Surely there's a catch? Karl Wright takes a closer look in our review.
Reviews Swiftlight's eponymous project management software is inexpensive and is aimed at novices. Karl Wright takes a closer look to find out whether it really is suitable for inexperienced users.