ESET offers file security for Windows
Dubai, October 20, 2011
ESET Middle East, an industry leader in IT Security, has released ESET File Security for Microsoft Windows Server engineered to secure business networks and data at the highest level.
The newly-added, eShell functionality with command line control interface, enhances even further the management of ESET security solutions in a networked environment.
“Safeguarding IT infrastructure is the key to success in every business. ESET has always strived to offer our Business Users advanced protection and ESET File Security for Microsoft Windows Server is an important step forward in this regard,” said Ignacio Sbampato, chief sales and marketing officer.
The ESET NOD32 Antivirus scanning engine at the solution’s core is built to be fast, accurate and for extremely low system footprint. ESET File Security safeguards critical business IT infrastructure from malware seeking to compromise proprietary data or otherwise impede operations, he said.
Aji Joseph, general manager, ESET Middle East, said: “In order for you to maximize your IT efficiency without draining your resources, ESET NOD32’s Antivirus for Windows File Server combines leading virus detection with a small system footprint, so you can easily and effectively manage security in your Windows-based server environment.”
File Security key features and benefits include:
* Server optimizations – streamlined engine for smooth integration and operation in
the Windows server environment.
* Advanced setup tree – redesigned for more intuitive navigation.
* Automatic exclusions – automatically detects and excludes critical server files for
* eShell – advanced management using the full-feature command line control interface. – TradeArabia News Service
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