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Test results prove that virtualizing antivirus/anti-malware security can significantly boost performance over traditional antivirus.

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Don't let security slow down your VDI deployment

  1. 1. Page 2 of 7 | Don’t let Security Slow Down Your VDI Deployment
  2. 2. .Page 3 of 7 | Don’t let Security Slow Down Your VDI Deployment
  3. 3. 1 IDC “Worldwide Endpoint Security 2011-2012 Forecast and 2010 Vendor Shares.”Page 4 of 7 | Don’t let Security Slow Down Your VDI Deployment
  4. 4.            protect their IT assets, comply with regulations and reduce security costs. With support for leadingVDI platforms, Deep Security makes it easy to leverage your existing Dell virtualization stack.Page 5 of 7 | Don’t let Security Slow Down Your VDI Deployment
  5. 5. 2011 Trend Micro Delivers First Agentless Anti-Malware for VMware-Virtualized DatacentersPage 6 of 7 | Don’t let Security Slow Down Your VDI Deployment
  6. 6. Deep Security outperforms the competition Independent performance tests found that the agentless antivirus in Deep Security radically outperformed traditional solutions, improving VMware ESX virtual machine density by up to 275%. See the Tolly reportPage 7 of 7 | Don’t let Security Slow Down Your VDI Deployment

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