New 6.0 Beta Version of Panda Security, Reveiled For The Cloud

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Panda Security Company this week released a beta version of its Panda Cloud Office Protection 6.0, a cloud based security service that was designed to protect endpoint devices such as PCs, server and corporate laptops that are remotely managed.

The Panda Cloud Office Protection service can protect and connect severs and devices, preventing them from malware, unknown viruses, botnets and exploits which can occur as a result of running external devices. The new version includes features that enable organisations to improve productivity by enforcing access policies to external devices.

Panda Security Company this week released a beta version of its Panda Cloud Office Protection 6.0, a cloudsed-b security service that was designed to protect endpoint devices such as PCs, server and corporate laptops that are remotely managed.

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