case study: Community Action Committee relies on Comodo for endpoint protection

Established in 1964, the Community Action Committee of Pike County is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting self-sufficiency among the low income population of Pike County, and to address the major causes of poverty. Without the budget of the average corporate entity, CAC needed to find a method of reducing the amount of time consumed by endpoint antivirus management, while at the same time ensure that its data was secure and protected from the threat of malware – all at a price point that would fit within the budget.

said Meka McClay, IT Director, Community Action Committee of Pike County

“We strive to protect our clients’ information across all programs within our agency and Comodo’s antispam protection provides us with a tool that fulfills this need efficiently. The Comodo Endpoint Security Manager enables us to perform a host of functions directly from the console, eliminating the need to physically connect to each machine. This allows us to complete our work without interrupting the user’s workflow. We also like the remote access feature of this product.”

Read the new case study testimonial with CAC here: Community Action Committee | How Comodo Helps Committee Protect

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