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Trend Micro frees remote manager

Trend Micro frees remote manager

Trend Micro has waived fees for Worry-Free Remote Manager (WFRM), a secure, hosted console which enables local partners to centrally manage multiple WFRM customers from a single location.

Trend Micro says partners can access WFRM to increase their services business while lowering the costs associated with them.

"Trend Micro is offering WFRM at no cost because it understands the current market, and wants to maximise the success of partners,” says Dal Gemmell, marketing manager for the company's global small business solutions.

Trend Micro launched Worry-Free Remote Manager in 2007 to address the needs of the SMB partner community.


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