Mirage Networks, an Austin-based manufacturer of security devices that limit and secure access to computer networks, revealed this morning that a Missouri liberal arts university has chosen to safeguard its residential network with a Mirage solution. The financial impact of the customer win was not disclosed. Mirage identified its new client as William Woods University of Fulton, a small town in central Missouri. According to Mirage, the university first gave a competing solution from Cisco Systems a two-year run before adopting Mirage's network access control device. Mirage added that William Woods plans to expand the NAC deployment to its faculty and staff networks next year.
Top NewsTuesday, January 13, 2009
Mirage Signs Missouri University