FAIRFIELD, Ohio â€” Jungle Jimâ€™s International Market here, a one-store independent known for its creative store displays, is rolling out Bit9 Parity to identify and stop unauthorized, unknown, rogue or malicious software from running on corporate desktops, Bit9, Cambridge, Mass., announced yesterday. The system gives Jungle Jimâ€™s the ability to decide which applications are approved and appropriate to run, and it allows the company to specify policy for new, unknown software. Using this ...
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