Trend Micro and Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) have integrated the security vendor’s Worry-Free Business Security solution into the dashboard of Windows Server 2012 Essentials, which, combined with the anti-malware software’s support for Windows 8, makes for an SMB-centric security offering, according to the companies.
The Trend Micro Worry-Free Business Security solution features anti-malware and data
Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) version 2.0 was released without fanfare on 16 December, making an already very well-regarded security suite into quite a formidable opponent for the other free security suites and especially for the paid ones.
Cloud security specialist Trend Micro announced the integration of the company’s Worry-Free Business Security Services into the Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) Windows Server 2012 Essentials console, an offering aimed at SMBs.
The integrated solution is designed to protect users from a variety of cybercrime threats and can be deployed as a cloud hosted or on-premise platform.
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In mid-December, Dell launched the OEM version of Windows Server 2012 Essentials, which is the simplest way for small-business customers to unleash the power of Windows Server 2012. For customers looking to cloud-enable their IT infrastructure, Server 2012 Essentials is the first step and can be an essential offering for customers.
All the employees at my work shutdown their Windows 7 computers (iMacs running BootCamp) when they leave work. This ends up with people having MS Security Essentials say their computer is at risk, due to not having been scanned recently.
Is there a way to not have MS Security Essentials say this?