Secure Computing in Leaders Quadrant of Gartner Magic Quadrant for Secure Web Gateway, 2007

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According to Gartner, leaders are selected based on the ability to execute and their completeness of vision. By Gartner’s definition, Secure Web Gateways must include, at a minimum, URL filtering, malicious-code detection and filtering, and application controls for popular Web-based applications, such as instant messaging (IM).

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Gartner is a leading research and advisory firm with more than 45,000 clients worldwide. The Gartner Secure Web Gateway "Magic Quadrant" evaluates web gateway vendors annually against numerous criteria including the vendor's vision, product strategy, overall viability, market responsiveness and track record, and customer experience.

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