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Anti virus software for home business network


Cola Bear

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Have small home business with server, two PC's and laptop.

Previously bought some Norton anti virus software for 3 users but subsequently learnt that this was no good for servers so currently loaded on 2 pc's whilst the laptop historically has always had McAfee.

The only thing on server is some free AVG software loaded by BT engineer when network was installed by them.

Can anyone advise/recommend what product I could purchase to protect server and pc's?

The tech stuff for server is Microsoft Windows Server 2003 for Small Business Service Pack 2.

The two pc's are Windows Vista Business and the laptop is windows xp.

Not being particularly IT literate, I apologise if I have not provided all necessary info etc but would be grateful of any help/pointers in right direction.

Many thanks in anticipation of your assistance!

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brundle

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NOD32 Security Suite - Business Edition; click here

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wiz-king

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I agree with brundle, I have changed from Norton to NOD and it has improved my speed.

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ajm

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I also have a server, 1 PC and 2 Laptops. The sever is running Avast Server Edition and the PCS have Kaspersky Internet Security 2008.

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