ExtremeZ-IP Named Best Interop Product by Windows IT Pro Magazine

VA – Group Logic, the leading provider of enterprise-class connectivity
solutions, announced today that ExtremeZ-IP won the Silver award for
"Best Interoperability Product" in the 2009 Windows IT Pro Community
Choice Awards as selected by the IT professional community. Group
Logic’s ExtremeZ-IP is known as the leading Macintosh-to-Windows
connectivity solution and has brought file and print sharing
compatibility to cross-platform environments since 1999.

"The 2009 Community Choice Awards had a record number of entries this
year. Thousands of products were nominated by our audience of IT
professionals. Peer-to-peer product and service recognition is the
ultimate goal that all market players have, but it can be difficult to
achieve", said Michele Crockett, editorial strategy director for the
magazine.

"Our Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Magazine communities level the
playing field by calling out their favorite products based on
performance and service. We counted only those votes accompanied by a
valid and unique email address, thereby preventing multiple entries per
person. Our winners have earned a unique honor to stand out among their
peers as winners of our Community Choice Awards."

"ExtremeZ-IP has long been highly regarded in the Mac IT community and
we are gratified to have our unique value lauded by the Windows IT Pro
Community of IT professionals," comments T. Reid Lewis, Founder and CEO
of Group Logic. "With the surge in Mac deployment in corporations and
government, complete interoperability with Windows infrastructure truly
delivers higher productivity for both managers and IT administrators."

ExtremeZ-IP is the market leader for file and print sharing between
Macintosh computers and Windows servers. Only ExtremeZ-IP’s unique
Windows integration features and capabilities can guarantee the
interoperability you expect, such as:

  • Support for Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard
  • Support for Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Full support for AFP v3.2, the native Macintosh file sharing protocol
  • File Name Policy enforcement
  • Support for Microsoft DFS Namespaces and Home Directories

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