Virus Solution for a network?

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  1. smartcard

    smartcard Registered Member

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    I am looking for a virus solution for our small network with about 50 Windows based computers.

    I need the solution to have a automatic local definition updates, meaning a server or a PC should check and get one definition file to the local and all the clients should update from there.

    I also like the system to have a PUSH update method?

    I have tested Symantec and McAfee but they are very bulky.
    Thanks in advance for your suggestions.

    I expect per user price to be less than 20$
     
  2. ravin

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    I believe sophos antivirus will fit the bill. If you go with extended plan say 2 or 3 years you get reduced pricing per computer. It has central config and push for updates. sales tel#781-973-1142. Moderaters can remove phone number if not allowed to post.
     
  3. smartcard

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    Price is my last criteria so even it is 30$ but good solution I think is okay for me.
     
  4. Sjoeii

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    For small company I would suggest Sophos, Trend Micro and Kaspersky Business
     
  5. ASpace

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    I would suggest you try ESET's award winning anti-threat software NOD32
    www.eset.com

    Read more here:
    http://www.eset.com/products/enterprise_edition.php
    http://www.eset.com/products/compare-NOD32-vs-competition.php
    http://www.eset.com/products/compare.php

    Contact an ESET representative
    http://www.eset.com/solutions/enterprise.php

    Not only it is excellent anti-malware solution but it also easy to manage/deploy and control thanks to its Remote Administration Server/Console , part of Enterprise edition. :thumb:

    HiTech_boy
     
  6. MalwareDie

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    Do not, I repeat, do not get Sophos. Sophos is just poor.
     
  7. Malcontent

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    Take a look at F-prot. It has good detection and the cost is very reasonable for corporate users. About $10 per user for 50 computers.

    http://www.f-prot.com/products/corporate_users/win/

    * Advanced heuristics-based detection defends against new and unknown threats
    * Flexible management of program settings
    * Choice of either Internet Update or LAN Update versions
    * Automatic file system protection that scans and disinfects all file types, including those downloaded by web browsers and e-mail applications
    * Improved, automated virus signature file updates and software upgrades
    * More advanced detection of malicious programs
    * Suspicious/infected files are automatically backed up into a safe quarantine area before they are disinfected or deleted
    * Exclude files from automatic and manual scan
    * Schedule tasks to scan for viruses at a specified time and date
    * Password protection to prevent unauthorized modification of your settings
    * Protection against malicious ActiveX code downloads (such as Microsoft ActiveX Controls or installs)
    * Many, many more details on the features of F-PROT Antivirus can be found in the datasheet.
     
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    C.S.J Massive Poster

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