Grisoft releases small business security software

Grisoft SRO rolled out two security suites on Tuesday for small businesses that want simple management of a security product
  • (IDG News Service)
  • — 14 March, 2007 09:22

Grisoft SRO rolled out two security products on Tuesday for small businesses that want simple management, the company said.

One product, AVG Internet Security SBS edition, includes AVG Anti-Virus, Anti-Spyware and Anti-Spam plus a desktop firewall. It will run on desktop, laptops, file servers and e-mail servers, Grisoft said at the Cebit trade show in Hanover, Germany.

Administrators can perform remote installations and repairs, manage licenses and receive graphical reports from one central management console, Grisoft said.

The e-mail component scans every e-mail and attachment that goes through the mail server, Grisoft said. AVG Internet Security SBS supports widely used e-mail servers such as Microsoft's Exchange and IBM's Lotus Domino.

The suite runs on Microsoft's XP, NT, 2000 ME and 98 OSes, however, the version for Vista and the 64-bit version of Vista will be released in the next three months. It also runs on Windows 2003 Server, both 32-bit and 64-bit, Windows 2000 and Linux for x86 processors.

The second product, AVG Anti-Malware SBS Edition, protects against viruses, spyware, Trojans and other malicious software. It can also protect server-based data and includes a remote administration tool, Grisoft said.

Pricing for AVG Internet Security SBS Edition starts at AUD$482, and the AVG Anti-Malware SBS Edition pricing begins at AUD$410. The products are available through Avalanche Technology, Grisoft's Australasian distributor.

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Jeremy Kirk

IDG News Service
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