July 16, 2008
Doctor Web, Ltd. – the Russian developer of IT security tools branded Dr.Web – and Infocentre – an access provider in the city of Kurgan (Western Siberia, pop – 368.3K).start delivering Dr.Web anti-virusto subscribers of Infocentre. The service is delivered to customers of the access provider by means of Dr.Web AV-Desk™.
Kurgan has become the 26th location on the map of Russia where the information protection service from Doctor Web, Ltd. is available. A customer subscribes to the service in his/her personal area and gets reliable anti-virus and anti-spam protection powered by Dr.Web for Windows. Anti-virus&Anti-spam. Downloads of updates are performed using only the local network traffic of Infocentre.
Malware in the network of a provider has a negative impact on the quality of services provided to subscribers. Solving the problem is one of the keys to the loyalty of customers. “Today the broadband Internet is not enough; users would also like to have it trouble-free. As Dr.Web AV-Desk is deployed and the testing starts, a provider can clearly see a significant drop of the infection level. Besides, the service is not just easy to maintain but it also reduces the workload of the provider helpdesk.” – Valentine Fedotov, the business development manager of Doctor Web, Ltd. said.
“The main goal of our company is the stable and safe Internet for our customers. It is very important for a customer to feel safe in the web. But the most important thing is fr the safety to be easy to obtain. “User-friendly” and “reliable” were the main criteria we considered deciding on an anti-virus. That’s why we chose Dr.Web AV-Desk.” – Aleksey Solovodnik, the deputy head of Infocentre comments.
Founded in 19996 the company aims at creation of the telecom infrastructure in Kurgan to deliver high-quality services to companies and home users.
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