Company Overview of ZOHO Corporation
ZOHO Corporation provides online business, network, and IT infrastructure management applications; and software maintenance and support services for enterprise IT, networking, and telecom customers worldwide. It offers Zoho.com, a suite of online business applications in the areas of collaboration, business, and productivity applications for businesses and organizations over the Internet. The company also provides ManageEngine, an enterprise IT management software providing network performance management, IT service desk and desktop management, datacenter and server management, and log analysis and security management functionalities; and OpManager, a network monitoring software for enterpri...
4900 Hopyard Road
Pleasanton, CA 94588
Founded in 1996
Key Executives for ZOHO Corporation
Vice President of Marketing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.
ZOHO Corporation Key Developments
ZOHO Corporation Adds Auditing Capabilities to Exchange Reporter Plus
May 14 13
ZOHO Corporation announced it has added change auditing and mailbox access monitoring to Exchange Reporter Plus, its Exchange server reporting software. Now, Exchange Reporter Plus can report and alert on critical Exchange events that carry security or compliance implications. In turn, organizations can use Exchange Reporter Plus to implement or enhance an email security and compliance program that easily demonstrates regulatory compliance and prevents data leaks. Exchange auditing is critical to companies that run the Microsoft email solution and are subject to HIPAA, SOX or other regulatory laws. Companies that cannot demonstrate HIPAA compliance, for instance, may be fined up to $1.5 million. Moreover, the HIPAA Omnibus Rule will soon expand the number of regulated companies to include many previously exempt organizations that are indirectly related to the healthcare sector, such as web design and business process outsourcing firms. Despite the clear need, Exchange auditing remains a difficult task for most organizations as user actions and user permissions are logged in separate Microsoft systems. Exchange Reporter Plus now includes an enhanced alerting system that can be configured to track and alert about critical events, such as a CIO's mailbox permission being changed. Alerts can also be configured to look for certain suspicious event patterns such as a high rate of non-owner mailbox accesses or mailbox permission changes made in quick succession. To prevent email outages, Exchange Reporter Plus also cautions administrators about mailbox stores that are about to dismount. These real-time alerts are displayed on the Exchange Reporter Plus dashboard and can be delivered to administrators' inboxes as well. To accelerate decision making about critical events, Exchange Reporter Plus presents every report with a configurable view. For example, the user logon activity report lists the mailbox logins and the servers that handled them. This report can be customized to identify the top "n" servers handling login requests, giving administrators the information they need to balance the load on servers. The same report can be customized to indicate the top "n" users who accessed mail on a given day or to highlight the number of logins a mailbox received in a day. The pricing starts at $295. A fully functional, 30-day evaluation edition of Exchange Reporter Plus is also available.
ManageEngine Fortifies EventLog Analyzer with File Integrity Monitoring
Apr 17 13
ZOHO Corporation (ManageEngine) announced it has added file integrity monitoring to EventLog Analyzer, the company's IT compliance and log management software for SIEM. Fortified with file integrity monitoring, EventLog Analyzer now lets organizations monitor their critical folders and files in real time to prevent sensitive data from being compromised and to fulfill regulatory compliance requirements. The latest version of EventLog Analyzer introduces advanced, real-time file integrity monitoring that uses agent-based log collection techniques to let security professionals centrally track all changes happening to their files and folders. Now, EventLog Analyzer users will know, in real time, when files and folders are created, accessed, viewed, deleted, renamed and modified, and when ownership, permissions and attributes are changed. EventLog Analyzer's file integrity monitoring capabilities include: Total File Integrity runs a thorough check on files and folders to determine if they are intact by scanning the contents, attributes, permissions, ownership, size and more. Baseline Integrity Monitoring creates a baseline for files and folders for precise integrity checking. All files and folders are matched with the baseline to detect changes during integrity scans. Monitors All File and Folder Types including executable files, folders, system configuration files, content files, zipped files, zipped folders and more. Complete Audit Trail includes all changes that happen on files and folders. The complete audit trail answers the 'what, when, where and how' of all changes in real time. Meets Compliance Requirements including PCI DSS, SOX, HIPAA, Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) and more. File Integrity Reporting generates detailed reports with precise integrity details in multiple report formats, including PDF and CSV. File Tampering Check uses the file integrity capability to monitor file checksums - MD5 and SHA-1 - as a safety measure against file tampering. EventLog Analyzer 8.5 with file integrity monitoring is available immediately. EventLog Analyzer starts at $395 for 10 hosts and is available for download at http://ow.ly/jhn7e.
ZOHO Corporation Adds Mac Patch Management to Desktop Central
Apr 11 13
ZOHO Corporation (ManageEngine) announced patch management support for Apple Mac systems in the latest release of Desktop Central, the company's desktop and mobile device management (MDM) software. From a central location, IT organizations running Desktop Central can now manage desktops, laptops and servers running Mac OS X 10.6 or later. The Apple Mac is enjoying steady, growing adoption in the enterprise. For fiscal year 2012, Apple reported 18.1 million Macs were sold, a 6.5% growth compared to the previous fiscal year. Despite the Mac's growing popularity, many enterprises continue to manage Macs using haphazard, manual procedures that create real-time problems when performing patch updates and system maintenance for Macs. The patch management support for Macs in Desktop Central helps IT staff overcome the vulnerabilities that create security weakness, corrupt critical system data or cause system unavailability. The new Mac patch management capabilities include Mac OS and app support includes Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard), 10.7 (Lion) and 10.8 (Mountain Lion) as well as third-party applications such as Adobe, Java and others. On-demand patch scanning performs scans of all systems running a supported version of Mac OS X and apps and then reports on the vulnerability status of the network. Bulk and scheduled patch deployment lets administrators execute deployments based on patch priority and on time, e.g., weekends and other off-peak hours. Severity-based patch management allows administrators to create and configure severity levels for missing patches, which are then deployed based on severity. Patch approval mechanism tests and approves patches in a controlled environment to ensure that they are error-free and stable, before they are rolled out to the entire network. System health status reports provide granular-level details about system vulnerability level, missing and applicable patches, task status and more. Desktop Central 8 support for Mac patch management is available immediately. Prices start at $545 for 50 computers annually for the Professional Edition.
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