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Anti virus, anyone clued up?

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
Im doing some work for a new IT solutions company and needing some info.

we need solutions for single PCs, we also need solutions for small business server .... and also enterprise level solutions. Also Exchange server protection (email both virus and spam).

Anyone know a site etc that has all the different vendors and products .... so i can get a feel of what they are and what they offer...

any help would be appreciated
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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banned#1
get mac's they dont get virus
#2
thanks for your help, but we use windows systems so we need anti virus software
#3
tazandsaz
thanks for your help, but we use windows systems so we need anti virus software


try avast, they do a paid version or a free version which is highly recommended
#4
faevilangel
try avast, they do a paid version or a free version which is highly recommended


thanks ive just come accross it, theres a few out there. sometimes the big names are not always the best as far as norton goes, in my opinion.....
#5
Just my opinion, but I have been using NOD32 for years and have installed it on any PC I have repaired/built and it amazin. Very small footprint, updated constantly, cannot fault.

Might be worth looking in to.
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joker2410
Just my opinion, but I have been using NOD32 for years and have installed it on any PC I have repaired/built and it amazin. Very small footprint, updated constantly, cannot fault.

Might be worth looking in to.


thanks sounds good.... im looking into about 10 different ones. lol
#7
tazandsaz
thanks ive just come accross it, theres a few out there. sometimes the big names are not always the best as far as norton goes, in my opinion.....


norton got its name known as it pays pc world and pc companies to install it on the pc :roll:

all the most common paid av are a load of carp e.g. macfee :|

th best ones to use are avast, AVG
banned#8
danby jason
get mac's they dont get virus


Urban myth.
#9
joker2410
Just my opinion, but I have been using NOD32 for years and have installed it on any PC I have repaired/built and it amazin. Very small footprint, updated constantly, cannot fault.

Might be worth looking in to.


I second this. The ESET Security Suite has been trustworthy for me recently. Still very small footprint. Worth looking into for sure.

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