ESET debuts Mail Server offer

Company is giving ESET Mail Server free to companies who purchase 10 or more security licences

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ESET debuts Mail Server offer ESET are offering free Mail Server security software who buy 10 or more licences for their business security software.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  August 2, 2011

IT security provider, ESET Middle East, is providing its ESET Mail Server protection free of cost with any purchase of 10 or more ESET NOD 32 Business Edition licenses or ESET Smart Security Business Edition licences.

According to ESET, the offer is valid until 30th September 2011, and will give companies in the region an opportunity to deploy ESET's comprehensive anti-virus and mail security technology at a cost-effective software license price.

"We are delighted to announce this great opportunity for customers to take advantage of ESET's best of breed security solutions - ESET Mail Security, along with ESET Business Edition at no additional cost. Through a combination of our premier solutions, we hope to keep our customers safe and secure on all fronts, be it emails, browsing or any other sources," said Aji Joseph, general manager, ESET Middle East.

ESET Mail Security works with multiple platforms including Linux Mail Server and MS Exchange Server.

The Mail Security also is designed to provide mail servers with on-demand and on-access real-time protection from known and unknown viruses, worms, trojans, spyware and other internet threats.

ThreatSense technology drives the ESET Mail Security system and is designed to protect mission-critical file servers from zero-day threats with minimal impact on system performance or resources.

The offer is valid only on the purchase of new licenses of ‘ESET NOD32 Antivirus Business Edition' or ‘ESET Smart Security Business Edition' for 10 or more users during Q3 2011.

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