NetIQ has new directory, security product

Published on .

San Jose, Calif.--NetIQ Corp. released Monday a new, $24-per-user application that allows information technology departments to assign rights and privileges to applications and documents on a corporate network. The company said its applications will allow companies to divvy up access to sites automatically, whereas many companies today depend on manual processes. Sales and marketing executives are closely watching NetIQ because it has some of the most-advanced Web traffic data gathering and analysis applications on the market, a result of its purchase last year of WebTrends Inc.
Most Popular
In this article: