- Contest offers $200 Amazon.com gift certificates to beta testers suggesting best improvements
- The company offers six months of free service (up to 250 licenses) to the first 200 new customers who use the beta on at least two PCs
- The beta can be downloaded for free at http://pandasecurity.lin3sdev.com/promotions/betatest/pcop
- New version includes device control technologies and improved protection against new and unknown threats
Panda Security, The Cloud Security Company, today announced the beta release of Panda Cloud Office Protection 6.0, its cloud-based security service for protecting PCs, servers and corporate laptops, managed remotely from anywhere through its Web-based console. The beta can be downloaded for free at http://pandasecurity.lin3sdev.com/promotions/betatest/pcop. The company has also launched a couple of initiatives to push the beta release: The first 200 new customers who use the beta on at least two PCs will receive six months of free service (up to 250 licenses). In addition, the beta testers who suggest the most helpful improvements will be awarded with a $200 Amazon.com gift certificate.
The new release includes device control technologies against malware in external devices, allowing companies to increase productivity by preventing improper use of those media. This technology allows companies to enforce actions -deny access, force read-only access, grant total access- on multiple types of devices (USB flash drives, digital cameras, DVDs, etc.) from the Panda Cloud Office Protection Web-based console
Panda Cloud Office Protection is one of the best security solutions on the market. It includes policies to block dangerous actions commonly carried out by malware, self-protection against malware that tries to damage or remove the antivirus, and real-time access to Collective Intelligence.
The new version uses Windows Azure, an Internet-scale cloud services platform hosted in Microsoft data centers and designed to support highly available, scalable and reliable applications. Windows Azure uses a set of privacy and security controls that ensure maximum protection of its hosted data and applications.
To download the free beta and get more information about the contest, please visit: http://pandasecurity.lin3sdev.com/promotions/betatest/pcop