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recommendation for all in one security solution

Posted on 2008-10-31
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     we operate 30 training centres through out UK and all our centres are connected through MPLS network. All the training PC's at the centre are set to roll back to the saved configuration after every restart  except the staff and admin PC. But the staff and the admin PC (whtich dont have rollback)  are prone to viruses, spyware etc and that issue caused centre down time and performanc issues. At the moment we are using Mcafee suite and it hasn't found a single virus at all.

        Since our main business is online training, we are more vulnerable to online threats. My question here is some recommendation on which solution is to choose for what services (we are ready to choose different providers (doesn't have to be an all in one suite)? I understand that there are many out there.. but some recommendation will be cool.

 Unfortunately the staff are loggin in as admin since we have got many programs installed that require them to be administrators to run.

regards
exg

     
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by:David-Howard
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We got rid of Symantec after multiple threats were not found. (500 systems)
We are now using ForeFront with very good success. The program has regular updates and is not a resource hog.
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BitDefender Total Security. Superior detection rates.
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Hi all

      Is there any other solution you recommend? bit economical..
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by:jamielaw
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AntiVir is free and also one of the best on the market! As a training company you'd do well by investing some training in your own staff and educating them about safe browsing...
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Hi Jamie

         Did you mean AVG?
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by:jamielaw
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No - that would be some typo if I did! lol

See: http://www.free-av.com/
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try Trend Antivirus
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