September 4, 2008
Doctor Web supplied Dr.Web AV-Desk to Smoltelecom, one of the leading providers in the Russian city of Smolensk. The software has been successfully deployed with the launch of commercial operation scheduled for September 5. Now local authorities and largest companies of the city along with home users will enjoy reliability and efficiency of the anti-virus and anti-spam solution.
Sound anti-virus and anti-spam security is a key to stability of business routines of an enterprise or a government institution. Smoltelecom mainly works with business customers and has a good understanding of the necessity to protect informational assets of customers.
That’s why one of the leading telecom providers in Smolensk chose the innovative service from Doctor Web. Dr.Web AV-Desk is a new model of consumption of anti-virus software. Based on the top Dr.Web product for corporate customers named Enterprise Suite it guarantees reliable anti-virus and anti-spam protection for users regardless of their geographical location.
“Our company is always searching for new ways to improve quality of services we supply to our customers. Introduction of Dr.Web AV-Desk became another step towards perfection. This product brings comprehensive anti-virus protection and is very easy to install and to use. A monthly fee is so small that everyone can afford it”, Eugeny Katkevich, the general director of Smlteleccom comments the launch of Dr.Web AV-Desk.
Home users will be able to subscribe or renew a subscription in their personal area where they can always check their balance and efficiently plan their anti-virus expenses.
Smoltelecom was set up in 2001. Networks of the company are based on SDH (STM-4), 10Gigabit Ethernet, GPON, preWiMax and connect largest enterprises and government institutions of Smolensk including the internal revenue service and branch offices of Sberbank and VTB bank
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