With new viruses being released daily, how can you best ensure that your computer network is full protected?
Traditionally business networks have utilised a central server in the office that receives virus definitions and updates the client workstations attached to it. If a Microsoft Exchange Server is installed and the anti-virus software includes spam protection then this would also run on the server. These two applications are known to be processor intensive, with other facilities provided by the server running slower as a consequence.
Bring forward cloud anti-virus and email filtering. By running the central server on the Cloud:
- a massive load is relieved from the on-premise server
- valuable resources are freed
- individual and group rules, blocks and whitelists centrally configured
- end-points are continually updated with the latest virus definitions and software updates.
- spam and infected emails are are stopped form reaching your local network
- reduced traffic to your server
- threat eliminated before it reaches your network