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Kaspersky Lab empowers businesses with new solution

12 Sep 2016

Kapersky Lab is a global cyber security company that’s just released a new Software-as-a-Service solution with small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in mind. 

The solution offers advanced functionality and proven protection that Kapersky says can be managed easily via a simple cloud-based console.

Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud has been developed to meet the evolving needs of SMBs and their under-resourced IT teams, as well as the Managed Service Providers (MSP) who support them.

According to the company, its latest solution will provide businesses with effective protection for Windows workstations, file servers, Android and iOS mobile devices, all through a simple and intuitive console.

Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud leverages Kaspersky Security Network and System Watcher2 to protect users from both known and emerging threats.

The centralised cloud management console also doesn’t require advanced IT skills, which Kapersky says significantly reduces the burden on over-stretched IT professionals.

For SMBs, Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud offers a choice of annual license or monthly subscriptions which the company says will make capital or operational budgeting more convenient.

Vladimir Zapolyansky, head of SMB Marketing at Kaspersky Lab, says the latest deployment will provide SMBs with sophisticated technologies while also providing simple management.

“It allows SMBs to make the most of limited budgets whether they have their own IT head count, or whether they outsource their security management,” he says

“Our products are also known as the industry’s most tested and awarded, so we can give SMBs the peace of mind they need to concentrate on building their businesses, whilst knowing that they are protected from cyber dangers.”

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