Get smart about AV good buys and bad buys

Tuesday, 15 March 2005, 12:42 PM EST

While security purchases are likely to be the most crucial decisions an organisation will make, anti-virus (AV) software remains AV software whichever way you choose to look at it. The job of the software is simple; it's to ensure that PCs and laptops remain free from new or existing virus-borne threats, and to do so in a timely and capable way.

Brett Myroff, CEO of Sophos distributor, NetXactics, says all AV software, to a lesser or greater degree, performs this function adequately, and that you basically get what you pay for.

By Brett Myroff at IT Web.

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