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Signage Company Deploys Fortinet

Leading signage company deploys Fortinet to secure network

SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- Fortinet® – the pioneer and leading provider of unified threat management (UTM) solutions – today announced that Everbrite, a global leader in design, engineering and manufacturing of quality signage products, has replaced its Check Point Software network security infrastructure with Fortinet’s FortiGate™ multi-threat security appliances for firewall, antivirus, VPN, intrusion prevention and Web content filtering. The FortiGate systems are helping to protect the corporate network as well as providing limited connections between its Wisconsin headquarters and multiple manufacturing sites throughout the state, as well as in California, Kansas and Illinois.

Everbrite offers “one-stop shopping” design and manufacturing services for a wide variety of visual identification products, such as the McDonald’s arches, Marathon Oil gas station signs, neon Budweiser beer signs, scoreboards and much more.

While using a network security solution provided by Check Point, Everbrite found renewal costs to be extremely expensive and they also wanted the ability to filter Websites. To find the best unified threat management solution, Everbrite turned to JSO Technology LLC, a value-added reseller and consulting firm focused on providing best of breed data security, network infrastructure and network operating systems/application solutions and services for their customers. With the help of JSO, Everbrite selected Fortinet’s unified threat management appliances.

“Since deploying Fortinet’s appliances we’ve been very impressed with the solution’s functionality, ease of use, robustness and stability,” said Cindi Herzog, data communications administrator at Everbrite. “Fortinet’s powerful, reliable solution allows us to maintain confidence in the security of our network while also allowing time to focus on other IT-related imperatives.”

Fortinet Inc.

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