Antivirus Software

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Antivirus Software

A computer program designed to find, remove, and protect against malicious software such as viruses, worms, and Trojan horses. Antivirus software has become especially important for businesses as their activities have become increasingly reliant on the Internet.
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However, anti-virus evolved steadily, eventually taking the form that we are familiar with today (and are no doubt running right now), whereas backup has remained a relatively un-evolved concept.
Over the last three years, Sophos has been recognized for delivering the highest level of customer satisfaction and anti-virus protection in the industry.
Why do anti-virus programs work on a subscription model, paying so much a year?
Sophos's anti-virus technology will be integrated with PureMessage, ActiveState's enterprise email protection software, to deliver industry-leading anti-virus and anti-spam protection in a single, consolidated solution--Sophos PureMessage.
Symantec, by way of example, sells its Norton Anti-Virus program for $49.
We are very pleased to provide eSafe customers with a Kaspersky Anti-Virus engine that will significantly increase overall virus protection," said Vsevolod Ivanov, Kaspersky Labs Marketing and Sales Director.