droytrobbControl. A higher Margins. You do have higher costs when you have it inhouse though so when you start off with a new service like this it's often easier to have it running looked after by someone else till it's proven itself and that it's worth the investment (Time & Hardware).
We have been using IMHS for 2 years now, and in combination with the Sonicwall protection at the gateway we have few hassles with Malware. I think it's proven itself, now we want more bottom line out of the service now that we have the Qty.
BradR3724It would be nice if we could specify a file by name for AVG to block (ie: AV2009.EXE). McAfee included that capability and was great for preventing a rootkit that always used tdsserv.exe and tdsserv.dll to install. I know Kaseya includes file access control, but it doesn't seem like the ideal way to do this.
rajeevsharmaCan any of you help me with steps to upgrade to kes 9.0, Currently we are running on KES 8.5
rajeevsharmaI have already done that. can you please reply me there:
FarVisionAwesome! Well I hope it works out OK. I've been doing border protection with Untangle commercial version and with the K stuff it's a pretty robust solution. Always looking out for new solutions - and some clients don't want to spring for an Exchange server. I don't particularly want to cut my own throat with BPOS as I would rather us handle the hosting and backup.