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In this tough economy, it seems like small businesses may fare better than their big counterparts.
And so it’s no surprise that a technology supplier like Cisco saw the handwriting on the wall early on and is targeting the little guys with new products.
Following up on its November 2008 announcement about investing in the small business market with new products designed specifically for small businesses, Cisco’s released its first offering: Cisco Spam & Virus Blocker.
Designed to be easy to use and manage, this appliance gives small businesses anti-spam and anti-virus capabilities that comes with a subscription-based update service. It’s priced from $2,599 to $5,399, depending on the number of users (50, 100 or 200) and subscription length (one, two or three years).
- Cisco’s collaboration and communications system got an update. SBCS Release 1.4 includes additional wireless capabilities, including the Cisco SPA525G Wireless IP Phone. two network-attached storage devices, and
- Cisco NSS200 and NSS300 are desktop NAS devices designed to secure and protect data using Cisco Small Business Continuous Data Protection technology that automatically backs up every version of every file from every PC and server in the business.
Cisco’s also offering small businesses more attractive financing by increasing the length of some of its programs.
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