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By nitobd ·
Hi everyone,

I'm working in a small business office as technician, and we would like to buy or apdate our antivirus software to protect our Network. The thing is, we're looking to buy ones with licencing that have a acessible price. I tried the Symantec Norton Antivirus, but they are asking for about $2300.00 CND for one Server and 50 computers which is very spensive for my company.
There is anyone who have a better adea where I can get a better deal with good Software?
I will really apriciate that.
Thank you.

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by cruffin In reply to Looking for Antivirus So ...

I've used Network Associates standalone, networked and server anti-virus software for years. Their VirusScan Enterprise 7.0 is top-shelf, and Reasonably priced for the protection afforded "out-of-the-box." Go to www.nai.com.

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by galileoave In reply to Looking for Antivirus So ...

I am using Trend Micro - http://www.trendmicro.com/en/home/us/enterprise.htm
I like it & it has most up-to-date of patternfile to stop virus worms.
I did not get hit from WORM_MSBLAST, but my friends did with Norton Antivirus.
Try it.

-Lake

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by Legion_96 In reply to Looking for Antivirus So ...

http://www.grisoft.com

AVG Network Edition provides antivirus protection for computer networks. Heuristic analysis, generic detection, scanning and integrity checking. The AVGADMIN tool provides the network administrator with all the necessary tools to centrally administer and manage all workstations on the network.
Also, check FREE Download of AVG ver6.0.
Hope this helps.

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by ewgny In reply to Looking for Antivirus So ...

I also use Trendmicro. It is affordable and easy to deploy and manage. I've been virus free on 150 boxes for 2 years. Trend is very fast with pattern updates, sometimes several a day.

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by Borg7of9 In reply to Looking for Antivirus So ...

Hi there, I have used them all, and they are all quite good, however, I must admit, my favorite for each of use and features is Norton Corporate addition, and I find it well worth the money. JUst as one example, I like that I can run it on a network with no domain controller, something you cant do with trend (unless they fixed this) I just like the interface, but maybe its because I am so used to it. In fact I was pissed off at there pricing, ( I am a reseller) and thats what made me try all the others, so I hate to admit it, but I went back to them!

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