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Dr.Web LiveDemo with expanded features and improved usability

January 25, 2012

Doctor Web—the Russian anti-virus vendor—announces the new version of its online testing service Dr.Web LiveDemo that enables users to test Dr.Web software remotely. The list of products available for testing has been expanded and new features have been implemented.

Dr.Web LiveDemo is a versatile tool that helps system administrators get acquainted with Dr.Web products’ features before they buy them. With Dr.Web LIveDemo you can test Dr.Web products thoroughly without deploying them in your local network—only Doctor Web's resources will be utilized for testing while a user needs only an Internet connection. The service will also be useful for Doctor Web's partners willing to demonstrate Dr.Web products to their corporate clients.

The main improvement coming with the new version is increased flexibility. Now, the test launch date is determined in accordance with customer needs and can be assigned to any day convenient for the customer.

In addition, the new version of Dr.Web LiveDemo offers an expanded list of anti-virus solutions from Doctor Web for testing. For example, users can now try out Dr.Web for MS Exchange and Internet gateways Unix, and take advantage of corresponding check lists. So system administrators get an opportunity to test Dr.Web software in the environment very similar to the one where they will probably run them—in a local network connecting personal computers, various mail servers and an Internet gateway.

Dr.Web LiveDemo service is free. Fill out an application to get access to the service.

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