SonicWall is pleased to announce that in April 2018, they will release SonicWall Capture Endpoint Protection, which will feature the latest and best in enforced, next-generation endpoint protection and remediation technologies.
Effective January 1, 2018, SonicWall removed all Kaspersky Enforced Client Anti-Virus & Anti-Spyware SKUs from its price list. Statements issued by the U.S. and British governments about Kaspersky regarding data privacy have raised key concerns and questions among our partner and user base about continued confidence in Kaspersky products.
As a result, SonicWall has chosen to remove these SKUs from the price list and will no longer sell Kaspersky licenses. SonicWall will support validly purchased Kaspersky licenses through their expiration date.
To help ensure that current Kaspersky users have an opportunity to migrate to SonicWall’s new endpoint platform in April, customers with Kaspersky subscriptions expiring between January 1, 2018, and April 14, 2018, will have their licenses extended until April 15, 2018, at no additional charge. Those customers will then be offered an opportunity to seamlessly migrate to one of the SonicWall Capture Endpoint Protection offerings.
Talk to a Matrix Communication’s salesman if you need a migration or would like to learn more about SonicWall’s offerings.