May 19, 2009
The mid-May 2009 saw the second coming of Dr.Web AV-Desk in Magnitogorsk allowing tow thousand users of the “Citylink” ISP to protect their computers from existing and potential threats.
The Dr.Web anti-virus increases the time of web-surfing reducing efforts and energy spent on search and installation of an anti-virus application. An anti-virus as a service surely makes life easier for you and your computer.
Providing an anti-virus as a service makes the work of a service provider easier as well. Reduction of viral activities in the network to a minimum stops seemingly never-ending series of calls from victims of virus attacks.
“It is very easy to subscribe and use the new service. A user simply needs to choose his subscription period and press “Buy” and the fee will be instantly withdrawn from the account of the customer. We believe that the Dr.Web anti-virus service will help protect computers of all our subscribers from viruses and hacker attacks.
About Dr.Web AV-Desk
Doctor Web offered an anti-virus as a service on the Russian market in 2007.
Deployment of Dr.Web AV-Desk allows subscribers of a service provider to use Dr.Web anti-virus as a service: choose a desired subscription period, renew their subscription automatically and therefore plan how much they are going to spend on anti-virus security. Providing an anti-virus as a service ensures its instant delivery and easy management of a subscription for home and business users.
More than eighty providers already deliver the Dr.Web anti-virus service in more than thirty regions of Russia and also in the Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Bulgaria and Estonia. Following results shown by the service in 2007 it was named the best product-service by PC Magazine Russia. In September 2008 Dr.Web AV-Desk was awarded the large golden medal of the Siberian Fair as an original technical and telecom solution.
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