N/APosted on - 04/15/2012
I have a medium-sized business and I'm planning to set up the most compatible anti-virus application for the computers in my business. What might be the best software for a medium company like mine?
Compatibility of an anti-virus application on a medium-sized company
First you have to find anti-virus software that is supported by your operating system. Another criteria may be level of protection you want to use for your data. Here are some solutions:
The one of the best solutions is Kaspersky Business Space Security 2012. It works with PC stations, laptops, servers and mobile devices. It is complete and effective, offers many features, it scans removable media, protects from spyware, spam, viruses and infiltration attempts. For all e-mail servers to be protected will Kaspersky Enterprise Space be needed.
Other choice may be Symantec Endpoint Protection 11. It monitors incoming and outgoing e-mail. It’s combined of easy-to-use features with multiplayer protection. It uses Veritas Mapping Service (VxMS) that is able to detect and remove complex rootkits that attempt to hide below OS level. It uses proactive threat scanning. Administrators can control access of applications to specified files and folders and can restrict access to some programs for some users.
Maybe the best easy-to-use choice is AVG Anti-virus Network Edition. You’ll have to purchase AVG Internet Security Business Edition in order to use e-mail server protection. It’s easily managed from a central remote console and provides real-time comprehensive protection for file servers and endpoint workstations. Anti-spyware technology is integrated and protects users from adware, spyware and malware that could compromise their identity. It protects from viruses, worms, Trojans, spyware, adware, rootkits and intruders. Effective endpoint desktop firewall that protects from infiltration is included. AVG allows automatic updates to be implemented for traveling employees whose notebooks are not connected to the network currently.