Kaspersky Lab has extended its long-standing collaboration with NetApp in offering complimentary solutions for data centers with the announcement that Kaspersky Security for Storage is now compatible with NetApp ONTAP 9.
Cnet download.com, by Seth Rosenblatt
A laundry list of features new to Kaspersky debuts today in a new home security suite, Pure Total Security. Originally announced earlier this month at CES 2011, Kaspersky Pure Total Security takes the highly regarded set of features offered in Kaspersky Internet Security and mixes in some extras that are designed to appeal to people who have more complicated, multi-machine setups at home.
Kaspersky Pure Internet Security(Credit: Kaspersky)
Most notable among these new features is centralized home network security management. It allows users to control the security settings of the other computers within their home LAN that are also running Pure, and it will work remotely as long as the user is connected via VPN. Pure will let you run scans, configure security policies, run backups, and monitor parental controls for multiple machines from one computer.
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