Komodo supports American education, and provide them with preferential prices for our security products to meet their safety requirements. In recent years, participation in the education system Comodo also significantly increased.
Licking R-VIII School District
This week, we will publish on Licking R-VIII School District use Komodo blog Comodo Endpoint Security Management (CESM) experience. Licking Missouri is one where K12 educational institutions. This educational institution only two IT staff have to support 500 computers, and this year they intend to install another 200 computers. Technical Director迈克尔爱伦said they desperately need help. Their current Internet security policy includes failed to prevent infection anti-virus system.
After some research and test trials, they decided to choose Comodo Endpoint Security as their security management solutions. Allen is particularly pleased that we gave him a ‘generous’ discounts, and get a high level of support for deployment of Comodo service and support team.
So, what happens after the implementation of Comodo security software is? According to Allen, “With Comodo team to help complete our network is Komodo software to clean up and remove all previous product unseen infections. We now not only have a clean network, 8 install their new products months later, our system has not been infected with the virus completely.
Because Comodo ESM, we save a lot of time to support those who are infected computer, and allow more students have the opportunity to use a computer. Allen added that “to be honest, I really like this product”
Comodo ESM provide preferential prices to educational institutions is not the only example in which a Komodo attention to educational institutions. Then in 2010, Komodo has been with Incommon.org (second-generation Internet sector), set up partnerships to provide low-cost security certificate to American universities and colleges.
In collaboration with InCommon
InCommon use framework trusted research and higher education available to the United States a secure shared network resources. InCommon and Comodo CA’s cooperation, the US higher education institutions only pay for one year, annual fee you can have an unlimited number of certificates, cost and overhead. Users can issue unlimited Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates , including Extended Validation (EV) , client (personal) certificates, and code signing certificates , they want to hold or control, such as, .edu, .org, .net, .com and others.
In addition, Comodo also cooperate with TERENA. TERENA is a trans-European Research and Education Networking Association. It cooperates with and use Comodo Comodo API significant software development, this partnership fascinated InCommon and Internet2.
During the cooperation that they have issued certificates to more than tens of thousands of hundreds of colleges and universities. A large state universities and the current user, is expected to save approximately $ 3,250,000 annually. In addition, many large and individual campuses reported annual savings of between 75000-90000.
According to users, “we belong to Internet2 members $ 15,000 level, compared with the previous certificate provider, our cost savings is roughly in the range of $ 65000-75000. This allows us to get up to 4-5 times the return.”
Our collaboration with InCommon and proud to have the ability to provide trust colleges and universities across the country and help them save more. Comodo CEO and Chief Security Architect Melih said. “These security measures have been reinforced by the higher education system of IT network, so students and staff can be on the Internet for secure communications and transactions, and to combat leakage vulnerabilities and digital information.”