Bitdefender has launched GravityZone-in-a-Box to protect and improve performance for small and medium-sized businesses that require security solutions for virtual, physical and mobile environments from a consolidated management platform.
GravityZone-in-a-Box provides SMBs with a new standard in managing, monitoring and reporting security activities across a broader threat environment, allowing businesses to better manage reporting for regulatory compliance and audits following best practices. Like its big brother, GravityZone (launched earlier in 2013), the new solution delivers an enterprise class security management console to manage multiple endpoints, no matter the environment.
GravityZone-in-a-Box, a Citrix Ready security solution verified for VDI-in-a-Box, secures up to 250 endpoints and allows companies to easily manage security for virtual desktops and servers as well as physical and mobile endpoints. This streamlines management and resolves security headaches often suffered by SMBs adopting bring-your-own-device policies for mobile devices.
Amid the increasing complexity and diversity of today's business environment, GravityZone-in-a-Box offers plug-and-play convenience to ease IT workloads. The solution, which comes as a single virtual appliance that can be imported in minutes, is integrated with VMware vCenter, Citrix XenServer and Microsoft Active Directory.
GravityZone-in-a-Box defeats the threats of data loss, theft and malware damage with the world's top-rated anti-malware technology. This year alone, Bitdefender technology won three PCMag Editor’s Choice awards, the global #1 spot in rigorous testing by independent analysts from AV-TEST, Product of the Year by AV-Comparatives and more.
"GravityZone-in-a-Box is tailored from start to finish for SMBs," said Bitdefender Chief Security Strategist, Catalin Cosoi. "We designed it to offer the world's most effective protection, while ensuring that companies without large IT departments can deploy it easily and quickly to free up resources for SMBs' core activities."