network security

Posted on 2007-07-30
Last Modified: 2013-11-22
currently i am using McAfee anti-virus/spyware from Sonicwall for all computers on the LAN. this expires in a couple of months. i am thinking about going to trend-mirco or another anti-virus provider. just wanted to get your thoughts on which solution to go with. have not had a problem with McAfee anti-virus/spyware that i know of, lookong to improve security on this network. all microsoft 2003 network.
Question by:jeffsteffy
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    I've been using kaspersky for sometime now.  So far it's been good.

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    at they rank Kaspersky Anti-Virus 6 as # 1. does it have anti-virus and anti-sypware or any other fetures?
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