SOURCE: QED Storage, Inc.

June 14, 2007 10:15 ET

QED Omni Manager Teamed With Kaspersky® Anti-Virus 6.0

Omni Manager Enables Remote Deployment and Management of Award-Winning Kaspersky Anti-Virus Software

NASHUA, NH--(Marketwire - June 14, 2007) - QED Storage, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: GWOH), an innovative managed services provider for the information security market, announced the award-winning Kaspersky 6.0 anti-virus software will be shipping as a value-added feature to its flagship Omni Manager product suite. Omni Manager combines critical security applications in one hosted service, offering a centralized method for managing and enforcing organizational security policies, tracking IT assets, and filtering and monitoring Internet and application usage. The addition of Kaspersky 6.0 expands on Omni Manager's features and functionality, creating a compelling value proposition for enterprise departments and workgroups, small- to medium-sized businesses, educational institutions and non-profit organizations.

"We are committed to providing our customers with the most comprehensive information security solutions, delivered via a simple and cost-effective managed services model," said Tom Makmann, president and CEO, QED Storage. "By incorporating leading-edge technologies such as Kaspersky 6.0, we are addressing the most current market needs in terms of network and IT asset protection."

Kaspersky 6.0 is an anti-virus solution that protects PCs and laptops against viruses, Trojans, spyware, rootkits and other malicious programs. PC World, one of the most widely read computer technology magazines, recently named Kaspersky 6.0 a 'Best Buy' in a review of leading anti-virus solutions and one of the '100 Best Products of 2007.' Key features include scanning and disinfection of archived files, protection from dangerous macros in Microsoft® Office documents and support for Windows Vista™ and 64-bit systems.

About QED Storage, Inc.

QED Storage is an innovative managed services provider for the information security market. The company's mission is to make enterprise-level security cost-effective and accessible for organizations of all types and sizes, with a focus on the SMB, departmental, educational and non-profit sectors. The company's flagship offering, Omni Manager, reduces organizational security risks and legal liabilities by providing 24x7 visibility, management and control of wired and wireless IT networks and assets, regardless of physical or geographic location. Omni Manager encompasses multiple security applications in one hosted service, including e-mail and Internet filtering, anti-virus, application usage monitoring, policy management and enforcement, and reporting. For more information, please visit the company's web site at

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