When we released Comodo Endpoint Security 3.0 in February 2013, we believed that its groundbreaking features would make it a popular solution for business and organizations struggling to manage their network devices. The results of this year’s WindowsSecurity.com Reader’s choice competition shows that CESM is becoming very popular, very quickly, for endpoint security.
Leading Windows Security resource site, WindowSecurity.com, announced today that Comodo Endpoint Security Manager was selected first runner-up in the Endpoint Security category of the WindowSecurity.com Readers’ Choice Awards. While we won’t rest until we are number one, the rise of CESM is dramatic. This year, 19% of WindowSecurity.com readers named CESM as their favorite for Endpoint Security, where in prior years we did not make the runner up list at all.
We are reminded of a review last year by PC Mag’s Neil Reubenking, who called Comodo Internet Security’s rise in an independent test lab’s results as “nothing short of meteoric”.
Clearly, we are doing something right!
“Our Readers’ Choice Awards give visitors to our site the opportunity to vote for the products they view as the very best in their respective category,” said Sean Buttigieg, WindowSecurity.com manager. “WindowSecurity.com users are specialists in their field who encounter various network security solutions at the workplace. The award serves as a mark of excellence, providing the ultimate recognition from peers within the industry.”
WindowSecurity.com conducts monthly polls to discover which product is preferred by Network Security administrators in a particular category of third party network security solutions. The awards draw a huge response per category and are based entirely on the visitors’ votes. WindowSecurity.com visitors can submit their votes for the current Readers’ Award poll in the site’s left-hand bar.
About Comodo Endpoint Security Manager (CESM)
Comodo’s new CESM 3 platform provides an organization a state-of-the-art anti-malware suite that proactively protects servers, workstations, laptops and netbooks, while offering advanced, real-time management and control over critical system resources.
“Comodo is well-known for its ability to introduce internet security with a unique approach to protecting users. Defense+ Host Intrusion Protection Software (HIPS) goes beyond traditional HIPS to stop viruses and malware before they enter endpoints“, said Melih Abdulhayoglu, CEO of Comodo. “You wouldn’t open the door of your home to a complete stranger, so why do that with your endpoints.”
ESM 3.0 requires minimal system resources allowing installation on non-dedicated Windows® PCs or servers. A browser based consoles gives administrators the flexibility of monitoring endpoints from anywhere at anytime.
CESM reduces administrative overhead, minimizes downtime, increases User productivity and strengthens network security. Most important, unlike any other vendor, Comodo provides a virus free guarantee.
To order or try a 60 day free trial, go to: http://www.comodo.com/business-enterprise/cesm3/index_v2.php
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