Based on Microsoft Security Essentials, its defense engine is designed to provide a high security level and protect employees and the company’s infrastructure against the latest threats.
Relying on frequently-updated signature databases, cloud-based technologies and advanced behavioral detection algorithms, it can identify and block any attack attempt before your computer is affected.
On-request in-depth and quick scanning, together with the real-time protection capabilities ensure that suspicious behavior is immediately detected and infected files never infiltrate the system.
System Center is a professional security solution that aims to meet the ever-increasing requirements of business users and provide an efficient protection utility for workstations and servers in large networks.
The application was born due to Microsoft’s wish to integrate endpoint security features within System Center Configuration Manager, its corporate management platform.
The main advantage that System Center brings its users is the centralized protection and the possibility to easily deploy and manage an anti-virus solution, thus providing advanced security and information protection tools to each component in a large company’s vast network.
Aside from this, the powerful management tools enables you to administer servers, PCs or laptops, no matter their location.
This is Microsoft’s sophomore offering in the anti-virus space, but the first to be seriously considered by enterprise customers.
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Archive scanning, removable drive monitoring, restore point creation, scanning history and logging are other features that the package comes with.
Centralization is one of the benefits of System Center, allowing the management of all the network workstations and nodes, regardless their location, from a single computer.