The security landscape has changed and traditional signature-based software can't keep up. A recent study of IT decision makers found an overwhelming 95 percent experienced an endpoint-based attack in 2011. Frustrated by traditional security solutions that consistently fail to protect them and require too much time and resources to adequately maintain, many IT managers have resorted to allocating budget for cleaning up the aftermath of attacks.
Webroot, a leader in delivering Internet security as a service, has responded by declaring the end of a decade of inadequate endpoint protection by introducing Webroot SecureAnywhere Business - Endpoint Protection. This new cloud-based protection takes the misery out of security by delivering the fastest, lightest, easiest to manage, and most effective endpoint protection available. IT managers no longer have to waste resources and lose user productivity due to intrusive scans and continuous signature updating, patching, and reimaging.
Superior Protection: Webroot delivers relief and cost savings for IT through superior protection against new threats. At its core is the award-winning anti-malware technology of the Webroot SecureAnywhere Consumer portfolio, which "achieved perfect scores across the board" in testing by PCMag.com and is being adopted by a new user every 15 seconds.
Webroot SecureAnywhere - Endpoint Protection delivers the full spectrum of security, including detection of all types of known malware and advanced persistent threats; identity and privacy protection; firewall; and system cleanup. IT administrators no longer need spend time and resources managing these functions disparately; they can now holistically and effectively protect their entire organization at less cost.
Webroot SecureAnywhere never requires security updates or signature database downloads which eat network bandwidth and leave users exposed. Webroot analyzes every file that tries to run on a computer in the cloud. When a new threat is identified, every Webroot customer is protected within seconds.
Unlike traditional security solutions which can leave behind damaged files or traces of malware after an infection, Webroot SecureAnywhere - Endpoint Protection includes a rollback feature that restores the system to its previous safe state. This can eliminate the need for reimaging every infected computer, which eats up more than 17 hours of an IT manager's time every month.
If a computer is offline, Webroot monitors the system and if malicious activity is observed, it will automatically take action against it and then clean up the damage it may have caused.
Unmatched manageability: With Webroot SecureAnywhere - Endpoint Protection, IT administrators can manage every aspect of their endpoint protection through a single Web-based console. Accessible from anywhere, it enables administrators to monitor security status, remediate infected machines and initiate scans remotely. The tool also significantly simplifies setting Web and application usage policies at individual, group or companywide levels, a process that consumes more than 16 hours per month with traditional security solutions.
Unparalleled performance: Webroot SecureAnywhere - Endpoint Protection sets a new standard for performance, installing in less than 6 seconds -- 42 times faster than the average competitor. It uses 12MB of memory during initial scan, which is less than 10% of the memory needed by the average traditional security tool. Its system scan, which searches the system for rootkits and complex threats, takes less than 2 minutes on average.
Scans run virtually invisible in the background so employees can continue to use their computers without disruption. IT administrators no longer need to deal with users who turn scans off to avoid them. Administrators at organizations that have implemented Webroot SecureAnywhere - Endpoint Protection report their users immediately noticed a significant difference in productivity.
Well its been just over a year since Nokia got into bed with Microsoft and produced the first Nokia/Windows phones. 12 months later, and lessons learned, Nokia have released 2 new Lumia’s based in Windows 8, the Lumia 820 and 920.
Based on the same Windows 8 operating system that runs on your desktop, the Nokia Lumia 820 is the second of Nokia’s two new Windows phones. It’s the neglected sibling of the flagship Lumia 920, and is barely mentioned in Nokia’s presentations. But why?