NetPilot Internet Security (NIS) Ltd. of Bristol has launched the cheekily named SoHoBlue - designed to offer UK small business with up to ten PCs the very highest standards of internet security. It provides a full range of protection for all the PCs on a small business network, automatically keeping itself fully updated with the latest countermeasures.
For small businesses the temptation has been to use 'home grade' hardware and software to connect to the internet, but losing vital company data might have huge consequences for the business and its staff. Until the introduction of SoHoBlue there hasn’t been an internet security device designed specifically for small businesses, offering industrial strength security – yet is easy to install and keep running.
Crucially, SoHoBlue provides industry leading Unified Threat Management (UTM) internet protection for all the small business’s PCs combined with an advanced firewall. This stops all forms of viruses, spyware, spam emails and much more.
Jamie Pushman, the director responsible for sales and a company founder, points out that the NIS team has been heavily involved with key underlying security technologies such as UTM for over ten years:
“We are unusual in the internet security market in being a UK company with everything
- including hardware and software - designed and built here locally,” explains Jamie Pushman. “If our customers need to talk to us, this can be easily and conveniently achieved. Most competing companies are American and typically build their products in China. They tend to be both geographically and culturally remote from their UK customers. Staying close to our customers and their requirements is top of our agenda as SoHoBlue demonstrates.”
“Despite the day-to-day pressures, small business owners and directors should carefully consider how they secure their business from an ever growing list of internet threats. We have designed SoHoBlue to offer both high performance and high reliability. SoHoBlue has no moving parts, so unlike your PC, it has no whirring of rotating disk drives or fans - having much faster and more reliable mass storage than other devices. Despite being small in size it packs a powerful performance punch and can easily handle ten connected PCs all accessing high performance broadband. SoHoBlue is easy to install and of course we are always available to help. Uniquely, we include next business day replacement insurance – for complete peace of mind.”
Jamie Pushman concludes “The obvious question surrounds why we called the new product SoHoBlue. The answer is that the product is aimed at Small Offices and Home Offices hence SoHo, combined with the unit being in our favourite shade of blue!”
SoHoBlue is available now priced £399, while SoHoBlue Air with wireless connectivity will be available in June price at £479 (excluding VAT).
About NetPilot Internet Security Ltd.
NetPilot Internet Security Ltd. (NIS) has thirteen years of experience in the internet security market. Since 1998 NetPilot security products has given organisations of all shapes and sizes the peace of mind to use the internet in a way that works for them. From the Unified Threat Management (UTM) multifunctional security devices for small businesses all the way up to larger businesses and UK armed forces.
SoHoBlue has been specifically created for ‘Small Offices and Home Offices' - offering small business with up to ten PCs, the very highest standards of internet security. It offers a full range of protection and best of all it keeps itself automatically updated with the latest countermeasures.
NIS is based in Chew Magna, Bristol.
For information from about SoHoBlue contact:
Jamie Pushman, NIS Director
T: 01275 333608
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