?Panda Security, The Cloud Security Company, has announced major improvements in the new version 7.0 of Panda Cloud Office Protection (PCOP). Since the initial launch of Panda Cloud Office Protection, many companies have been able to enjoy the best possible cloud-based protection in a simple, agile and effective solution. Now, thanks to this latest release, customers will be able to act independently in the event of infections or problems with the protection deployed on their IT infrastructure. Similarly, customers now have easy access to all the information they need about their licenses, detections and the protections status.?Benefits for organizations with more than 100 endpoints The latest release includes improvements aimed especially at customers with more than 100 endpoints. Panda Cloud Office Protection 7.0 includes major new technologies and features, including:
- New dashboards. Offering key information about licenses, detections and the protection status of customers? computers.
- Improved reports. Providing more detailed information about detections, reports are now easier to access and threat data is organized according to the level of risk, making it simpler to identify the most vulnerable systems.
- Remediation. In the event of an infection, administrators can launch Panda Cloud Cleaner, Panda Security?s disinfection tool, remotely from the PCOP Web console. Administrators can also force reboots of computers from the console and find information on how to act should problems arise on the protection deployed on the company?s IT infrastructure. Similarly, FAQs are available detailing the steps to take to resolve such issues or if signature files are out-of-date.
?This latest version of Panda Cloud Office Protection responds to the needs and demands of our users. Many of the key improvements included will be particularly welcomed by customers with more than 100 endpoints. We have improved the reports process in PCOP 7.0 so our customers will now have more intuitive access to information about threats: where they?re located, where they came from, etc.,? says Manuel Santamar?a, Product Manager Director at Panda Security.
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