Summary of all antivirus and network issues requiring attention, with critical issues floating to the top.
High-level status overview of all workstations, laptops and servers, both on and off the network.
Detailed view of the status and services monitoring and protecting each computer.
Quickly monitor and protect devices, with easy management of licenses in one central location.
Identify and manage IT assets across the network, including the hardware and software profile of each computer.
Configure email and text alerts when GFI Cloud detects issues that require immediate attention.
Summary of all antivirus issues requiring attention, with most critical issues listed first.
Breakdown of previous scans performed on a single device, including scan type, scan duration and threats found and quarantined.
Quick and deep scan scheduling with scan options for laptops and to make up missed scans.
Current policies running and the agents assigned to them with configuration options based on existing policies.
Threats found on your network, the severity of these threats, the number of computers impacted and last detection date and time.
All relevant information for a single threat, including name, threat type, severity level, associated traces and recommended action to take.
Antivirus configurations can be quickly and easily deployed to many devices.
Summary of all network issues requiring attention, with critical issues rising to the top.
A core set of pre-configured checks ensures workstations, laptops and servers are operating at peak efficiency.
Summary of all patch management issues requiring attention, with critical issues at the top.
Easily configured policies control which software patches can be automatically approved.
Patch management configurations can be quickly and easily deployed to many devices.
Easily configure installation schedules and post-reboot control for approved patches.
More details about each patch, with access to where else on the network this patch is missing.
Run scans, install scheduled patches, or reprocess failed patches across multiple devices.