October 21, 2008
Doctor Web — the Russian developer of IT security tools branded Dr.Web — announces introduction of the Dr.Web anti-virus service to regular visitors of the “Lyubimi gorod” (translated as “The city I love”) web-portal mostly used by citizens of the Russian city of Novosibirsk. Large web-portals following Internet providers are getting more interested in Dr.Web AV-Desk willing to protect their subscribers against viruses and spam.
The web-portal for citizens of Novosibirsk starts providing the Dr.Web anti-virus service to all its subscribers since October 2008. In order to use licensed anti-virus protection visitors need to register on the web-site and sign up for the service in their personal area.
Once again Doctor Web has shown its commitment to implement the new delivery model along with supplying its partners with boxed anti-virus products. Easy and quick subscription procedure makes the service available to rapidly growing number of users all over Russia.
About Dr.Web AV-Desk
The internet service was developed by Doctor Web in 2007. It allows service providers to deliver the anti-virus protection service powered by Dr.Web for Windows to an unlimited number of subscribers. A service provider also receives a tool for centralized management of the delivery process. Deployment of Dr.Web AV-Desk gives subscribers an opportunity to use the anti-virus from Doctor Web as a service: select a desired subscription term (1-36 months) and plan their expenses on anti-virus protection. The innovative model that turns information security software into a service ensures instant delivery of an anti-virus making it extremely easy to renew for any user regardless of his geographical location.
About “Lyubimi gorod”
This innovative project became the first social networking web-resource for citizens of Novosibirsk with the number of active users exceeding 40 000.
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