Viruses-Spam Control
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Virus Control

Every day, new viruses are released that have destructive consequences for businesses worldwide. Some have the ability to spread within hours and affect computers and networks of all sizes. Viruses, worms, Trojans and spyware programs cause serious financial damage to companies through data deletion, loss of productivity, network computer downtime, IT administrative overhead and bandwidth consumption. As these attacks become more dynamic and malicious in nature, businesses are forced to look past client-based protection and stop viruses before they have a chance to inflict damage.


Internet Security

The Internet is a vital link to your customers, employees, and vendors. While the Internet offers small and medium businesses significant advantages, it also raises security concerns. Security requirements for businesses include protecting network resources, providing secure data communications over the Internet for branch offices and remote workers, and protecting on-line transactions.

Internet Content Filtering

More and more businesses, schools and libraries are connecting to the Internet to meet their organizational and educational goals. In doing so, they are faced with the need to control access to inappropriate or objectionable websites. Without that control, businesses risk productivity losses, liability exposure and misallocation of bandwidth due to non-productive web surfing. Schools and libraries risk forfeitingtheir federal funding unless they provide the content filtering mandated by the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA).

Spam Email Control

Spam is fast becoming the number-one IT pain point for enterprises worldwide. Today, between 50% and 70% of email is spam, and the market research firm Radicati Group expects this to reach 90% in the future. This deluge of unwanted mail results in drained IT personnel resources, decreased network bandwidth and email storage space, reduced employee productivity, increased legal risk and costly network downtime.