ESET Releases New Linux Server Products

ESET announced the release of new generation of its security solutions for Linux Servers. On top of new features, ESET Mail Security adds support for Novell GroupWise collaborative software.

ESET Product Manager Michal Jankech

The latest line-up of Linux server products extends management & control capabilities and brings an improved user experience.  “Linux continues to evolve as one of the most powerful operating systems. Used as servers, Linux machines have the capability to secure superior performance for a broad range of key processes and applications required in the business environment,” says ESET Product Manager Michal Jankech. “ESET is proud to extend its award-winning protection to the Linux server platform and bring the business protection to a whole new level,” he adds.

Introduced products

All three new products bring lightweight yet powerful protection for heavy-duty servers based on the Unix platform. The solution features ThreatSense®, the industry’s  proven proactive technology for detecting all types of threats.

ESET Mail Security for Linux/BSD/Solaris adds the support for Novell GroupWise collaboration software, expanding further  the scope of usage of this multi-purpose product.

ESET Gateway Security for Linux/BSD/Solaris delivers both great performance, detection accuracy and light system footprint  that is required in a business environment.

ESET File Security for Linux/BSD/Solaris

 

Key improvements

Support for Novell GroupWise software

Improved antispam engine

Scheduler with complex set of actions

Support for FreeBSD 8

Improved WWWi (web-based user interface) with more configuration options.


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