Smooth Interface, Quick Scanning and its optimum Stability against all recent malware helps eScan Server edition to be placed amongst the top 3 in VB100’s review on Windows Server 2008
MUMBAI, India – January 5, 2015: eScan, one of the leading Anti-Virus and Content Security Solution providers, has been ranked as one of the best in the recent VB100’s comparative test review on Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 platform. During the test that was conducted in October 2014, eScan Server Edition proved its capability of providing advanced protection against malware listed by WildList Organization with the RAP score of 96.7%.
For the recent test, VB100 selected Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1, the ‘standard’ edition of a platform that supports only 64-bit hardware. The standard VB100 test sets were deployed to all systems with the certification set based on the v4.008 edition of the WildList released two weeks prior to the test. eScan Server Edition showcased decent stability and scanning speeds as well as excellent detection rate while its resource use was low, thus easily earning another VB100 award.
Cybercrime and monetary losses associated with businesses continue to rise as criminals use more and more sophisticated and targeted attacks. Smaller businesses face similar security risks as large organizations, but often lack time or resources to configure and manage complex IT security solutions. eScan Server Edition delivers solution and technologies that are designed to be simple to install, configure and run, thus protecting Windows-based desktops and servers.
Mr Govind Rammurthy, MD and CEO, eScan said, “We are pleased to receive the award for our flagship product. On this achievement, we would like to congratulate our R&D team for their constant efforts to help deliver such excellent solution.”
eScan Server Edition offers total protection against internet threats that affect the overall performance of the computer and corrupts the data. IT users can try the secured computing environment provided by the award winning eScan Server Edition from the below link;