best antivirus for corporate

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  1. inferno8ball

    inferno8ball 190 proof Everclear + MD Amped energy d

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    Right now the company i work for is using Trendmicro scan. We are looking to swithc over to a new antivirus software.

    i have some expereience with NAV and enjoy it very much, but i was wondering what other corporate antivirus software is out there, and hearing what some users have to say about it.

    thanks in advance.
     
  2. carlin

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    i use Syamentec at work, because the corp edition comes with a server module, which downloads all the defination files and deploys them to the client machine automatically so i dont have go around updating each machine seperately :bigthumb:
     
  3. Rob

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    Exactly what I was going to day. :o
     
  4. carlin

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    :squint: :)
     
  5. inferno8ball

    inferno8ball 190 proof Everclear + MD Amped energy d

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    thats how trendmicroscan works as well, im just wondering if ne one has ne horror stories, or and complete and utter praise for any type of software.
     
  6. DatacomGuy

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    :werd: I've always, and will always use Norton Corporate. AWESOME piece of software. I even use it at home.

    I've used Trend Micro in the past, and was very disappointed..always had problems with the web-based admin access..
     
  7. Mikey D

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    We use CA Etrust, it has the same type of auto update and push to the client as Norton. Only reason we really use it that I know of is our close relationship to CA.
     
  8. CyberBullets

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    ive always used NAV Corp. server modules :bigthumb: low resource use :bigthumb: real time scanning :bigthumb:
     
  9. DatacomGuy

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    :werd: Easy upgrade... easy updating.. easy to remote scan PC's, easy to push down software and definition updates etc..
     
  10. Scoob_13

    Scoob_13 Anything is possible, but the odds are astronomica

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    NAV. It's consistantly the best performer with good response times (in regards to Symantic pushing definitions, updates, and fixes out) and it keeps a fairly low profile on the network and the client machines.

    Ghost Corp. Edition roxorz too :bigthumb: I'm in love with it :love:
     
  11. RaginBajin

    RaginBajin Have you punched a donkey today?

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    We use Mcafee at work. It does the same thing as Norton with the dropping of updates and definitions. Don't really know which one is better or not, but it seems both of them will do the job for you.
     
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    whenever ive tried Mcafee it seems to take over the whole system.
     

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