I don’t go into depth on “commodity” tools like anti-virus software as it is WAY too hard to tell the differences between applications. Sure, vendors will tell you that theirs has been given the stamp of approval from this magazine or this security association, but really I think these tools are very similar or the same in many ways. The biggest difference you’ll probably see is in the user interface.
So often, in the SMB space you come across Symantec and McAfee for anti-virus and other online security solutions, but do have a look at Panda Software’s suite of solutions. I won’t cover their products in detail here, but you can have a look at them yourself.
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