June 2, 2008
Doctor Web, Ltd. –the Russian developer of IT security solutions branded Dr.Web –announces a
commercial launch of Dr.Web AV-Desk by OBLTELECOM.
Dr.Web AV-Desk is the first Internet service by Doctor Web, Ltd. The service targets ISPs and can be used to deliver Dr.Web for Windows to an unlimited number of subscribers – both home users and companies regardless of their geographical location. It also provides a mechanism for centralized management of the service delivery. The protection of a PC includes monitoring of all file operations in an online mode, scan of RAM and bootsecots of a hard drive and filtering viruses and spam from mail messages.
“Cooperation with Doctor Web, Ltd. will increase the quality of our services and satisfaction of our subscribers, guarantee their security at a reasonable cost, decrease malicious activities in the Internet and give our modest contribution to securing of the world wide web”– Alexander Isavnin the chief technical director of OBLTELECOM says.
“As many other companies OBLTELECOM trusted Dr.Web AV-Desk with the security of its customers. Two thousand companies of the Moscow region that use services of OBLTELECOM are now able to protect their computers with Dr.Web anti-virus. Dr.Web AV-Des really makes it quick and easy for a company of any size" –Valentine Fedotov, the business development manager of Doctor Web, Ltd. comments.
Customers of OBLTELECOM will be enjoying benefits of Dr.Web solutions free of charge for two months. After that subscriber companies will be able to use the service at a monthly fee of USD 23.42.for one PC.
OBLTELECCOM has been operating on the Russian market since 2002. The company offers comprehensive network solutions, broadband Internet access within Moscow region, delivery of telecom equipment and hardware from leading vendors, building corporate networks including VPN (Virtulal Private Network).
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