'Your networks just cannot be secure enough from aggressive outside threats'- this point was driven home by Infinitely Virtual, which complemented it’s already robust security platform with McAfee's SaaS (News - Alert) Total Protection hosted solution.
As a provider of virtual server cloud computing services for businesses, Infinitely Virtual partnered with this security giant in order to ensure that clients had enough protection for all their e-mail, Internet and network needs, said company officials.
With its innovative approach to virtualization, Infinitely Virtual was determined to enable customers to remain secure all the time, all the way, with constant updated threat protection. With its ability to go beyond intrusion detection and prevent threats, McAfee's (News - Alert) Total SaaS Protection afforded protection against malware, SQL injection, phishing and more.
"Our clients asked for an all-in-one solution and we've responded by partnering with an industry leader in the security space," said Adam Stern, founder and CEO at Infinitely Virtual. He added, "McAfee enables us to put endpoint protection on the server, giving us greater control over preventing viruses, spyware and hacker attacks."
With its real-time updating, desktops, servers, and networks are protected against ever-evolving security threats. McAfee SaaS Total Protection service is available to Infinitely Virtual clients on a monthly basis or by annual subscription.
"Data security is always a primary concern for our customers," said Nate Freeman, Infinitely Virtual partner and founder of Network People, Inc., which specializes in secure business computing and Web development.
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