|By PR Newswire||
|July 31, 2014 11:00 AM EDT||
SAN DIEGO, July 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ESET®, the global leader in proactive digital protection, today announced the availability of two new security solutions for the Small Office/Home Office (SOHO) market: ESET Multi-Device Security Home Office and ESET Small Office Security. With this release, ESET delivers affordable, advanced protection that meets the unique security needs of this fast-growing business segment.
"Businesses operating out of small and home offices are an attractive target for cyber criminals because of their presumed lack of security measures," said Andrew Lee, CEO, ESET North America. "The 28 million businesses in this sector require security solutions that apply to their unique environments. We're excited to offer ESET Multi-Device Security Home Office and ESET Small Office Security to protect their mix of PCs, Macs and Android devices."
ESET Multi-Device Security Home Office and ESET Small Office Security offer flexible, comprehensive Internet security solutions, providing advanced protection from online threats for a businesses' PCs or laptops, mobile devices and file servers. Users can concentrate on growing their business, knowing their sensitive data and that of their customers remains safe and secure. As with all ESET products, set up is easy and programs run efficiently in the background without taking up valuable system resources.
ESET Multi-Device Security Home Office is the base offer available in two configurations: 3+3 and 5+5. With the 3+3 option, customers can protect up to 3 PC and Mac computers and 3 Android smartphones and tablets for $84.95. With 5+5 configuration, customers can protect up to 5 PC and Mac computers and 5 Android smartphones and tablets for $99.95.
ESET Small Office Security will provide advanced protection for all your business devices and include endpoint protection for Windows, Mac and Android, a Remote Manager and File Security. This product is available in three options covering a wide range of business needs:
Option 1: Protection for five endpoints, five mobile devices, one file server and one remote administrator
Option 2: Protection for ten endpoints, five mobile devices, one file server and one remote administrator
Option 3: Protection for fifteen endpoints, five mobile devices, one file server and one remote administrator
These new ESET solutions are available through the growing partner network and direct via www.eset.com.
For more information on the new products, or to sign up for a training, please visit: http://www.eset.com/us/business/small-office-antivirus/
Since 1987, ESET® has been developing award-winning security software that now helps over 100 million customers to Enjoy Safer Technology. Its broad security product portfolio covers all popular platforms and provides businesses and consumers around the world with the perfect balance of performance and protection. The company has a global sales network covering 180 countries, and regional offices in Bratislava, San Diego, Singapore and Buenos Aires. For more information visit www.eset.com or follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.
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