Webroot Software Wins Messaging Product of the Year | Email Security | Awards | Webroot

BRACKNELL, UK - March 11, 2010

For the second year running, Webroot, a leading provider of security solutions for the consumer, enterprise and SME markets, has been awarded the Messaging Product of the Year for the Webroot® Email Security Service solution at the Network Computing Awards held on 4th March 2010, in London.

This prestigious title was awarded to Webroot following a public vote cast from Network Computing magazine readers. This second successive win recognises the continued attention the company is receiving as it continues to build its reputation as a leading provider of security Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions.

Webroot was a finalist in a total of five categories in this year’s awards. The company’s award-winning Email Security Service was shortlisted in both the Messaging product of the Year and the Data Centre Product of the Year categories. Webroot® Web Security Service was a finalist for the Security Product of the Year and Webroot was also shortlisted for the Managed Service Provider of the Year category.

Webroot Managing Director EMEA, Mark Tickle, commented on the company’s win, saying: "It is extremely gratifying to see Webroot acknowledged as an industry leader by our peers, customers and channel partners. The desire to win the Network Computing Awards is shared across our sector and I am extremely proud to that Webroot was noted with such high esteem across so many categories."

About Network Computing Awards:

The Network Computing Awards were launched to recognise the products, services and companies that have particularly impressed readers of Network Computing, the U.K.’s longest established computer networking magazine.

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