Managed Antivirus Solution
LanDynamix Managed Anti-Virus solution is one of the most important products of the stack as it protects the endpoints of your network. Gone are the days where this is a manual task which led to human error and did not provide the level of visibility needed to confirm that everything is secure. By combining proactive monitoring, automated AV deployments and preventative maintenance windows, LanDynamix can guarantee that devices are protected at all times.
Why Choose LanDynamix Managed Antivirus Solution
- Automates management processes to avoid errors and reduce costs
- Centralises the deployment and updating of software to deliver coverage and consistency
- Comprehensive Reporting Provides Transparency. A wide range of detailed reports are provided monthly to give you visibility of what is happening and the assurance that you are being constantly protected
Frequently Asked Questions About Managed Antivirus
Yes. A security incident can stop you from being 100% efficient at work. This can cost a lot of money in lost productivity plus potential loss of business opportunities. A virus can hit many machines and take weeks to eradicate. Removing this risk through a proactively managed Anti-Virus solution will save you money.
Buying an anti-virus solution, installing it, and then relying on everyone to keep it updated is a manual and administrative nightmare. You can deploy a fully managed Anti-Virus solution to ensure that all your servers, PCs and laptops are always protected and that there is a group of dedicated experts taking care of it for you 24/7. All for the same price as your standalone Anti-Virus software.
For the most part, antivirus programs rely on databases of virus signatures to identify malicious code on your computer. Even though these are now largely stored in the cloud rather than on your hard drive, they are still vendor specific for the most part. Thus, one company may have identified a threat that another has missed. The chances of a reputable company not having a signature for a new piece of malware for any length of time is slim but it does happen in the short-term.