October 7, 2008
Doctor Web announces successful deployment of Dr.Web AV-Desk by Svyaz- Service company. The company is another ISP that operates in a Russian city of Novokuznetsk situated in Perm region. All subscribers of Svyaz-Service can test the Dr.Web anti-virus service free of charge till November 2008 when the commercial operation of the service will start.
Information security including efficient anti-virus protection is one of the main objectives of any provider company concerned with its reputation among customers. Virus attacks must not affect operation of a network or impose a threat to computers of customers. Dr.Web AV-Desk created by Doctor Web allows to solve these problems.
Service-Svyaz is yet another service provider in Russia that brought sound protection against viruses, spyware, password stealers, key loggers, adware, hack tools and other malware to its subscribers.
“Constant improvement of the quality of our services is one of the priority directions of our work. Dr.Web AV-Desk gives us an opportunity to protect our customers against “ill-fated” viruses and spam in quite an easy way and more importantly at a very low price. Results of testing came up to our expectations. We hope that our subscribers will fully appreciate all benefits of the Dr.Web anti-virus service and our efforts to ensure their security”, Aleksander Shirmanov, the head of Svyaz-Service said.
As usual all subscribers can sign up for the service in their personal area at the web-site of Svyaz-Service.
Svyaz-Servize was set up in December 1990 and became the first ever Internet provider in Novokuznetsk. Now the company implements latest telecom technologies to deliver broadband Internet to all citizens of the city.
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