Webroot SecureAnywhere Endpoint Protection Cloud vs. Seven Traditional Endpoint Security Products

Webroot SecureAnywhere Endpoint Protection Cloud vs. Seven Traditional Endpoint Security Products

PassMark Software® conducted objective performance testing on eight (8) security software products, on Windows 7 Ultimate Edition (64-bit) from December 2011 to January 2012. This report presents results and findings as a result of performance benchmark testing conducted for these endpoint security products. The aim of this benchmark was to compare the performance impact of Webroot’s SecureAnywhere Endpoint Protection cloud product with seven (7) Traditional Endpoint Security competitor products. Rea more.

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