A new report reviewing business security software has given Sophos the stamp of approval. The AV-Comparatives 2013 Business Security Review found that our endpoint antivirus solution is well-suited for resource-strained businesses that need easy-to-deploy and manage security.
One of 10 security solutions tested in the review, Sophos Endpoint Security and Control 10.2 received AV-Comparatives’ “Approved Business Product Award.”
According to AV-Comparatives, our solution is equally suited to large and small companies alike. But ease of installment and a well-designed console make it easy for non-expert administrators to learn and use, the report says.
Our management console setup wizard is “very helpful,” AV-Comparatives said. And our “clearly laid out and well written” Quick Startup Guide and other support documentation eases installation and deployment.
From an ease-of-use standpoint, AV-Comparatives observed that the Sophos Enterprise Console is well-designed.
“Given that a considerable amount of information can be displayed, we found the layout of the Sophos Enterprise Console to be very straightforward,” the report says.
You can go to the AV-Comparatives website to read the full review here.
AV-Comparatives has also recognized Sophos recently with a strong review of our Sophos Mobile Security free antivirus app for Android.
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