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Announcing ESET Endpoint Solutions

Brandon Stigers, Director of Learning Development, ESET, ESET Product Marketing Team
Learn how ESET’s next generation of endpoint security products make protecting and controlling your business systems easier and more cost-effective. Built using the award-winning ESET NOD32® technology. ESET Endpoint Antivirus and ESET Endpoint Security aren’t just updates to existing products, but entirely new ways of approaching your endpoint security.

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- Web control
- Data access control
- Remote management and reporting
Jun 27 2012
47 mins
Announcing ESET Endpoint Solutions
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