Orange biz picks up web security

ScanSafe proves a-peel-ing


Orange Business Services is to start selling ScanSafe web security products.

The distribution agreement has already chalked up one win for a contract with a multi-national chemical company, covering 45,000 staff in 80 countries.

Gerard Garnier, VP of IT servies at Orange Business Services, said ScanSafe was chosen because it offered the best possible web security in an increasingly hostile environment.

ScanSafe's product is delivered as software as a service, so claims no upfront capital costs or hardware expense and zero latency.

Orange Business Services also offer a laptop security product from F-Secure. ®


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