This aspect can reduce and conserve human resources, since the administration costs for the installation and management of multiple antivirus products falls off AV license costs. Furthermore, aps AV can accept also other data in addition to E-Mail, and is ideal to integrate SAN, file server, Web server, and many others. APS-AV also offers the advantage of having no central point of failure (single point of failure”), which reduces the internal overhead. The solution is scalable and grows with the respective requirements of the company and this without requiring significant restructuring and cost. The most important features in the overview: Central multiple scanning and AV protection central management of multiple AV engines TCO reduction (reduction of hardware costs, reduce power consumption, data center footprint, cooling) possibility of support of legacy systems, which are not supported by AV manufacturers uniform AV policy for heterogeneous Environments of gruppenpolicy for AV scanning (5 engines group engines 1, 2 Group 2) for further information see under: aps/presse.php in brief n.runs AG: n.runs AG was founded in 2001 with headquarters in Oberursel and has established itself in the market as a vendor-independent and neutral consulting company in the fields of IT security, infrastructure and IT-business, as well as solution developers.
The services of the provider take a holistic approach and include audit/assessment, design, support for the latest technologies, process consulting and knowledge transfer. Grown as a consulting specialist, the original core business was later to the business of applications”with our own solution development expanded. In the course of which the company application has protection system Kaspersky Anti-virus (aps-AV) “a high security solution designed and developed.” This is especially suitable for hedging and centralization of antivirus infrastructure. The customer base of n.runs consists of medium-sized and large companies of from diverse industries such as Microsoft, Ferrero, 1 & 1, Deutsche Telekom and Daimler Chrysler. More information: n.