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Poll Results: Which enterprise level Virus solutions do you guys recommend?

Poll expired: Apr 4, 2008 This is a multiple choice poll
  • 0% of voters (0)
    Kaspersky
  • 100% of voters (5)
    NOD32
  • 0% of voters (0)
    Trend Micro
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post #1 of 5
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Between Kaspersky, NOD32, and Trend Micro what do you guys think?

And if you havent dealt with enterprise level antivirus solutions then your advice would carry little weight. But for those of you that have...

Im leaning towards NOD32 but I hear the enterface is "overly technical". That true?
    
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I have never used Kapersky or NOD32 in a corporate environment so I cannot comment on their effectiveness. I have however used TrendMicro and it worked well. The interface was simple and it also has a Exchange module you can get to integrate with your exchange server. The Exchange portion also has a Spam filter. All the options cost extra but that is the same with all of the Corp AV solutions i am sure. We currently use Symantec Corp at my present job and it works well but is a resource hog. I hope that helps a little.
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Go for ESET NOD32 Antivirus Business Edition not the Smart Security one.
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I only have experience dealing with NOD32 Business Edition and Symantec Corporate.

Symantec Corporate is more lightweight than NOD32, but scanning takes longer. On the upside, Symantec's remote management is better, or at least easier to use, than NOD32 because of extensive interface.

I've never actually tried to test both clients with the same batch of viruses, but for my money I'd say NOD32 would a much better job. It also detects more spyware than Symantec Corporate. This I know for certain.
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post #5 of 5
we used to use mcafee enterprise 8.0i, although the detection rate isnt high, its pretty lightweight and has really good corporate features, you set it and you forget it, the user wont be able to to remove it or turn it off, it also has protection for certain folders, so you can protect /windows from having anything written to it, itll result in access denied, pair this up with deepfreeze and you got an almost unbreakable machine
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