Drive Vaccine Mac
|License:||Free to try|
|Last updated:||27 Oct. 2005|
|File size:||15 KB|
|Publisher:||Horizon DataSys Inc.|
Publisher description for Drive Vaccine Mac
Drive Vaccine® is the first Desktop Security solution to provide cross-platform protection of both PC and Mac workstations. Regardless of what any user does—including erasing files, installing software, downloading viruses, or deliberately tampering with desktop settings—workstations will rollback to their desired configuration upon restart. And the workstations will be perfectly configured and available for the next user... Without the need for any IT troubleshooting whatsoever. Drive Vaccine ensures workstation performance is at optimal levels by removing website cookies, spy ware, temp files, viruses and unnecessary plug-ins; which cause pop-up messages and system bottlenecks. Any infections to a "immunized" system are instantly eradicated - workstations are reverted back to their original configuration. Drive Vaccine is designed for organizations that demand optimal availability and functionality of thier public access computers. Technology administrators use Drive Vaccine to significantly reduce workstation maintenance. Drive Vaccine's proven technology has been tested thoroughly and is the most consistently reliable solution to system protection. Drive Vaccine restores systems to its original configuration. As a result, workstations can operate flawlessly for their entire life cycle. With Drive Vaccine technicians no longer need to perform rudimentary images or provide trivial workstation configuration support due to software or driver conflicts. This allocates more time for technical professionals to deal with more significant IT issues. Drive Vaccine meets the needs of today's network environment. Our Hybrid architecture delivers Control and management of both Windows and MAC based workstations from a single network control console. Now IT administrators can integrate PC and MAC platforms and manage the entire enterprise more effectively. IT professionals can control single workstations, multiple groups or all workstations across a LAN or WAN.