Remote Control and Desktop Management software specialist, NetSupport, announces NetSupport Protect version 2.10 - the latest evolution of its desktop security and content protection solution.
The new version offers a fresh user experience with a restyled interface designed to ensure that lockdown features can be accessed with the minimum of effort, combined with full support for Windows 8 and 8.1.
NetSupport Protect is the intuitive and cost-effective desktop security solution for Windows-based systems that helps IT techs deliver a reliable computer environment with the minimum of effort. For use on office PCs and in any teaching or training environment, the product is particularly relevant in shared-use scenarios where the same systems are accessed by several users a day.
As organisations migrate to Windows 8, they will quickly become aware of the additional threats this brings in terms of protecting the configuration of systems and limiting access to the wide range of external resources now on offer.
NetSupport Protect 2.10 is therefore perfectly timed to help overcome the potential pitfalls. Key highlights include the ability to disable access to the
But if the worst should happen, the product's integrated rollback technology is also fully Windows 8 compatible so can be called upon to restore the system in full, quickly and transparently.
Commenting on the new release, NetSupport's Development Director
NetSupport Protect also integrates seamlessly with NetSupport's classroom management solution,
Learn more and download a free trial at www.netsupportprotect.com.
Headquartered in the
Its flagship solutions are NetSupport Manager (remote control and PC management), and
NetSupport was recently nominated for Software Vendor of the Year at the 2014 European IT and Software Excellence awards, and ICT Exporter of the Year at the 2014 BETT Awards.
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