May 17, 2017
The territory in which users can take advantage of Dr.Web products widens with each passing year. This spring, the green Dr.Web spider has come to users in the Netherlands: Selectron-IT has added subscriptions to the Dr.Web Anti-virus service to its service portfolio.
"Doctor Web helped us greatly during the service deployment phase,” commented Erol Saydam, the owner of Selectron-IT. “The Dr.Web anti-virus is an excellent product: it includes the latest anti-virus technologies at an affordable price; 24/7 technical support, even at night; protection against rootkit technologies and encryption ransomware; free recovery of files corrupted by encryption ransomware for those who subscribe to the Dr.Web Premium subscription package—all of this allows us to offer our customers anti-virus protection of an unparalleled quality. Small and medium-sized companies are interested in using the Dr.Web anti-virus on a subscription basis.”
For more than a quarter of a century, Selectron-IT has been delivering solutions and providing services in the ICT sector to private and corporate customers in the Netherlands. The company's services are based on the latest achievements and state-of-the-art developments in the field of software and hardware. Selectron-IT provides a full range of ICT services, including software, private cloud services, and data backup. The company focuses on server and workstation management, engages in network administration, provides information security, and offers consulting and support services.
About Dr.Web AV-Desk
The Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service was created by Doctor Web in 2007. Today, the number of service providers delivering the Dr.Web AV-Desk service in different regions of Russia, as well as in France, the Netherlands, Spain, Ukraine, Mongolia, Estonia, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, and other countries, exceeds 350.
Tell us what you think
You will be awarded one Dr.Webling per comment. To ask Doctor Web’s site administration about a news item, enter @admin at the beginning of your comment. If your question is for the author of one of the comments, put @ before their names.