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Nod Antivirus

By jason ·
The compamny I am working for has been using Nod antivirus from Eset, and has it installed on all of the computers and servers. I've never heard of it or Eset before. I was just wondering is it any good? How does it compare to Symantec Corporate edition?

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It took one search and two clicks to find this........

by ThumbsUp2 In reply to Nod Antivirus

Compare for yourself.........

http://www.eset.com/products/compare-NOD32-vs-competition.php

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I saw that too

by jason In reply to It took one search and tw ...

I've seen that as well, but I'm trying to get feedback from people that have used it and I have found that data a company puts on their website about their products can sometimes be misleading.

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NOD32

by Churdoo In reply to Nod Antivirus

We love it! As a service provider for the SMB market, we found NOD32 in 2004; we liked it so much we became a reseller and continue to convert every one of our clients to it that we can.

It's smaller and lighter than the better known corporate editions, easy to set up, and the Remote Admin console has all of the features of the competition including central management, central configurations, push installs, etc., and it stops a lot of malware out of the box. Updates come out every day, and sometimes several times per day when there's an outbreak.

The bottom line is, it cuts down our work chasing outbreaks and malware, so we can focus on the server and management work that we get paid for.

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Nod Antivirus

by gasboi In reply to Nod Antivirus

A thesis was done on anti-viruses by a reputable IT firm in South Africa - Turns out ESET is the best antivirus in existance.

Results:
1) ESET NOD
2)BitDefender
3)McAfee
4)Kapersky
5)Symantec - Norton
6)AVG

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