Stability Desktop Armor
Stability Desktop Armor provides unified threat protection for your devices that access important data on your network. We help your business stay up to date with industry-leading anti-virus, anti-malware and patching to keep your network and devices secure. twice monthly reporting to all stakeholders makes issue resolution simple for your team. Stability Desktop Armor includes bi monthly reporting for all stakeholders. Resolve any issues with your team or we can resolve for a low hourly rate.
Utilizing lntrinium’s expertise, processes, and tools, we will deploy the leading industry approaches:
Always On Anti-Malware
Stability Desktop Armor will:
Lower Your Overhead
Makes desktop security simple to manage
- Reduce management and support costs
- Low, predictable monthly investment for service
- Bi-Monthly reporting for transparency and focused action
Allow You to Always be "On"
Freedom to conduct business whenever, wherever
- Prevent issues before they cause downtime and loss of data Best of breed Anti-Virus and
- Blocks Zero-Day exploits and previously unknown malware
Give You Security on the Go
Peace of mind in a world full of unknown threats
- Automated patch pushes for devices offline during patch window
- OS Level patching and 3rd Party patching for 80+ applications
- Easy roll back for patch conflicts
We offer two levels of service to fit the needs of your organization, Gold and Platinum which is inclusive of the following end points:
GoldStability™ Desktop Armor
- Network – Switches, Firewalls, and WAPs
PlatinumStability™ Desktop Armor
- Network – Switches, Fireawalls, and WAPs, Cloud and On-Prem Servers
We are here to help, contact us today.
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