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Bitdefender Security for File Servers, Exchange, SharePoint and ISA Servers

by Bitdefender

Bitdefender Business Security Solutions for Windows Servers protect File Servers, Exchange, SharePoint and ISA Servers

Bitdefender Security for File Servers is a data security solution especially dedicated to Windows- based servers. Easy to install, configure and manage, it effectively offers world-class protection from viruses, spyware and rootkits, while lowering the burden of administrating a server software solution.

Bitdefender Security for Exchange safeguards your organizations critical messaging services to protect against email-borne viruses, spyware and spam. Iintegrating seamlessly with Microsoft® Exchange Server, Bitdefender Security for Exchange combines malware protection, antispam, antiphishing, and content filtering technologies to increase productivity and ensure the overall integrity of your email platforms.

Bitdefender Security for SharePoint provides proactive protection of SQL document repositories against known and unknown viruses, spyware, Trojans and root kits. Real-time, optimized session-based scanning of uploaded, downloaded or accessed files helps to prevent Microsoft SharePoint deployments from storing and sharing of infected files within the network.

Bitdefender Security for ISA Servers allows organizations to protect their Microsoft® ISA Servers to block specific types of websites, scan downloaded files and email attachments from web email services. Ensuring compliance to corporate security policies becomes easier and companies will be able to maintain control of sensitive data that would otherwise leak from inside of the organization.

Bitdefender Security for File Servers, Exchange, SharePoint and ISA Servers has not been reviewed by any customers.

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Version

3.5

Release Date

3/15/2011