Kaspersky Lab and IceWarp, a leading provider of unified communications solutions (including email, contact management, event and resource management, SMS, IM, and VoIP) have announced their technological partnership. As a result of this partnership, IceWarp’s flagship product, IceWarp Unified Communications Server 10, now features Kaspersky Lab antivirus technology as a fully integrated add on, replacing the existing integrated antivirus solution offered with the system. This enhancement provides their customers with incredible security along with increased performance and reliability over the existing integrated solution.
“The threat that viruses and other malicious content pose to business is ever present and growing, and the fact is that email is their primary delivery method,“ explained Ladislav Goc, IceWarp’s Director of International Business Development. “Kaspersky Lab’s long track record of reliability and expertise in this area is practically unmatched. We know our customer’s systems are safe and secure.”
IceWarp version 10 introduced a level of software integration between communication, collaboration, mobility and security never before seen in the market. Now, thanks to the integration of Kaspersky Lab’s antivirus engine, IceWarp customers will be able to protect their systems from all kinds of malware - including viruses, Trojans, worms, rootkits, spyware and adware, by choosing to rely upon one of the best anti-malware solutions available on today’s market.
“I am positive that both parties, as well as our customers, will benefit from this cooperation,” commented Peter Merkulov, Kaspersky Lab Vice-President and Director of Technology Alliances Business Division. “Both of our companies have more than a decade’s experience in our respective industry fields – we’re experts, best at what we do. It is by combining IceWarp’s renowned communications expertise with Kaspersky Lab’s award-winning anti-malware technologies that we can make sure the resulting solution provides not only high performance and reliability, but also uncompromising data security.”