The ASSISTANT now runs on RED OS 7.1 MUROM

SAFIB and RED SOFT announced the successful testing of two products from the developer's lines: the software complex "Remote Monitoring and Control System" ASSISTENT" (SAFIB) and the operating system "RED OS 7.1 MUROM" (RED SOFT).

Full compatibility and correctness of functioning of the products is confirmed, which allows to recommend ASSISTENT as a remote monitoring and control system for RED OS 7.1 MUROM.

This testing is a logical continuation of the development of technology partnership of companies.

ASSISTENT is a remote monitoring and management system designed to organize secure remote access, management and administration of computers and server equipment inside an isolated secure local area network or over the Internet; effective multifunctional tool that allows you to improve the convenience of remote work with computer equipment and the effectiveness of technical support in solving user's problems.

RED OS is a multi-user, multi-tasking operating system based on the Linux kernel and the RPM-based package base, operating on a wide range of hardware platforms (servers and workstations) available in the computer market, which grants a universal trusted environment for the application software and provides numerous services and applications. RED OS is registered in the Unified Register of Russian Software and Databases of the Ministry of Communications of Russia as No. 3751. It fully complies with the requirements of Federal Law No. 188-FZ dated June 29, 2015, as well as with "Information Security Requirements for operating systems" approved by FSTEC Order No. 119 of August 19, 2016.

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SAFIB is a Russian IT solutions manufacturer. SAFIB provides services in the fields of: software development, system integration, IT outsourcing and IT consulting, information security, design and building of IT infrastructure, implementation and support of launched projects. The company has developed information systems and solutions for the Government bodies, special services and divisions and commercial organizations.