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LabTech Software Adds Another Industry-Leading Solution In SurfRight's HitmanPro Anti-Malware

TAMPA, Fla., Nov. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- LabTech Software, the only powerful, robust-featured remote monitoring and management (RMM) platform developed by a managed service provider (MSP) for managed service providers, today announced that it now offers SurfRight's award-winning HitmanPro anti-malware solution, adding another industry-leading solution to its suite of tools  for IT service providers that will further help its partners. 

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This partnership between the two companies also provides SurfRight's customers the ability to leverage the LabTech platform to help deploy, set up, manage and monitor endpoint security across domains, customers and offices from a single console and location, if desired.

"Because organizations simply cannot succumb to viruses or malware, a certain level of data protection is more than critical -- it's imperative," said Mark Loman, CEO at SurfRight. "HitmanPro will ensure that whatever security measures are in place actually work. This is a great addition to any product portfolio and a huge add-on to services that LabTech partners may be offering in the marketplace. By teaming with LabTech, we are simplifying the process to fully protect clients' data like never before."

HitmanPro is a second opinion scanner, designed to rescue computers that have become infected with viruses, spyware, Trojans, rootkits and other threats, despite real-time protection from up-to-date antivirus software. HitmanPro uses innovative cloud computing techniques to detect and remove potential malware threats quickly with minimal impact on system performance.

"In order to provide the most efficient and effective service to their customers, our partners need to be sure that they have every possible tool they need at their disposal," said Matt Nachtrab, LabTech Software CEO. "With the addition of HitmanPro, we once again are able to offer the best-suited solutions to meet the needs of our partners.  The HitmanPro solution offers a level of protection without service disruption to ensure the ultimate endpoint protection.  We look forward to the continued growth of our technology relationship to provide for even more added value for our partners."

The ability to have an out-of-box free scan for every computer under management will enable MSPs to educate their customer base on the need for a second opinion scanner to further protect their data integrity in addition to their existing antivirus products. LabTech can perform a daily malware scan, clean infected systems and create tickets on active infections. SurfRight engineers are available to assist if manual remediation is required.

To learn more about the HitmanPro solution offered by LabTech Software and how it can benefit an MSP clients' businesses, interested parties can register for the upcoming live webinar scheduled for Friday, November 16 at www.labtechsoftware.com/hitmanpro.php or by calling 877-522-8323.

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About LabTech Software
LabTech is the only managed service platform for remote monitoring and management (RMM) with automation developed by a managed service provider (MSP) for MSPs. Our affordable, agent-based platform so closely emulates what technicians do in the field that techs can provide the same support remotely. Because we understand how to manage a growing MSP business, we make it easier to procure their software and allow partners to add agents as they grow. For more information please visit www.labtechsoftware.com or call 877-522-8323.

About SurfRight
Founded in 2006, SurfRight (www.surfright.com) is an innovator of online security, focused on developing new applicable technologies to fight malware, spam, phishing and other forms of cybercrime. SurfRight has years of specialized experience in removing sophisticated threats that have silently embedded themselves on systems that were deemed safe. With millions of users globally, its HitmanPro product family include content filtering and security solutions for computers and home networks.

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