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2007 Press


(New York, NY - February 20, 2007) - Jupitermedia Corporation (Nasdaq: JUPM), today announced that the users of (, a leading industry Web site that provides ideas and analysis for IT managers, have chosen the winners for the 2007 Product of the Year Awards.

"In some categories, like Anti-Spam Software and Enterprise Server, the voting was close with the product of the year being won by just a handful of votes. For Enterprise Security and Wireless Software, the winners pulled away from the pack," stated James Maguire, Managing Editor of "Household names like Dell and Google did earn some awards, but smaller firms including Optier and AdRem Software, made a favorable showing. readers comprise a wide array of IT professionals, so earning the respect of this demanding group is indeed an achievement," added Maguire.

The awards by category are as follows:

Business/IT Alignment Winner: CoreFirst by Optier
Runners-up: SAP/Microsoft's Duet; Oracle's Business Intelligence Suite; and SAS's Model Manager.

Enterprise E-mail Winner: Google Apps for Your Domain by Google
Runners-up: IBM's Lotus Notes on Linux; Novell's Evolution; Scalix by Scalix; and ColdSpark's SparkEngine Mail Transport System.

Handheld Device Winner: BlackBerry Pearl by Research In Motion
Runners-up: Sony Ericsson's P990i; Cingular's 8525; and T-Mobile's SDA.

Enterprise Security Winner: SecurID Appliance by RSA Security
Runners-up: Steganos's Secure VPN; AirMagnet's AirMagnet Enterprise; Vontu's Vontu; and ArcSight's Network Configuration Manager.

Anti-Spam Software Winner: Firefox by Mozilla
Runners-up: Norton Internet Security 2007; Vanquish's vqME; Bullguard's Internet Security; and the Apache SpamAssassin Project's SpamAssassin.

Enterprise Linux Winner: NetVault Backup by BakBone Software
Runners-up: Oracle's Unbreakable Linux; Novell's OpenSUSE; and XenSource's XenEnterprise.

Enterprise Server Winner: PowerEdge 1900 by Dell
Runners-up: IBM's System z9 Business Class and System p5 550Q; and HP's ProLiant Blade Workstation and xw4400 Workstation.

Network and Systems Management Winner: NetCrunch by AdRem Software
Runners-up: AlterPoint's DeviceAuthority; CITTIO's Watchtower; Emulex's VMPilot; and Cassatt's Collage.

Compliance Software Winner: Splunk by Splunk, Inc.
Runners-up: Scentric's Destiny R2; Mathon Systems' Integral; CMO Handheld Software's Easy Audit; and Abrevity's FileData Manager.

Wireless Software Winner: BlackBerry Enterprise Server by Research in Motion
Runners-up: Sybase's RFID Enterprise; Credant's Mobile Guardian Enterprise Edition; and Ekahau's Site Survey.

The complete list of winners and finalists is available on (

About provides ideas and analysis for IT managers. features case studies and trend spotting reports on the issues faced by corporate computing professionals. also includes daily news and columns. can be found on's ( IT Management Channel, part of the online division of Jupitermedia.

About Jupitermedia Corporation
Jupitermedia Corporation (Nasdaq: JUPM) (, headquartered in Darien, CT, is a leading global provider of images, original information and events for information technology, business and creative professionals. Jupitermedia includes Jupiterimages, one of the leading images companies in the world with over 7.0 million images online serving creative professionals with brands like BananaStock, Workbook Stock, Brand X Pictures, FoodPix, Botanica, Nonstock, The Beauty Archive, IFA Bilderteam, Comstock Images, Creatas Images, PictureQuest, Liquid Library, Thinkstock Images, Thinkstock Footage, Bigshot Media, Goodshoot, ITStockFree, Stock Image, Pixland,,,,,,,,, and The media segment of Jupitermedia consists of the online division, which operates four distinct networks: and for IT and business professionals; for developers; and for creative professionals. The online division includes more than 150 Web sites and over 150 e-mail newsletters that are viewed by over 20 million users and generate over 400 million page views monthly. In addition, the media segment includes events, which produces offline conferences and trade shows focused on IT and business-specific topics including ISPCON, INBOX, bITa USA and Web Video Summit.

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