Microsoft to Offer Subscription Security Service for Business Customers
Microsoft Corp. is gearing up to release a subscription service that will make it easier for network technicians at big businesses to make sure computers don't fall prey to spyware or virus attacks.
The world's largest software maker said Thursday it will release a test version of the service by the end of the year.
Scott Stanzel, senior product manager in Microsoft's security technology unit, said Client Protection, as the company is calling it, will be similar to Windows OneCare, an all-in-one service the company is working on to bolster security for personal computers.
The Redmond, Wash., company has not said how much the service will cost or when it will be available in final form. ABC News: Microsoft to Offer New Security Service
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