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General Chat Thread, What Antivirus program do you use? in General; We use Vipre here, had Symantec, AVG and Avast here before but have had Vipre for awhile now....
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    We use Vipre here, had Symantec, AVG and Avast here before but have had Vipre for awhile now.

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    Sophos here and is cheap. Think we pay £1 per year per device.

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    £1 per device, per year?!

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    sophos here as well , pricing is good if you go for 3/5 year deal. Support always pretty good when needed.

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    sophos here - but will look at kaspersky near renewal time

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikaso View Post
    Just switched from Sophos to ESET, ESET is very good, easy to set up and seems to work without arguments.
    Exactly the same here

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    There have been recent threads on this topic - see here:
    Which one would you choose and why

    Best AV (free and paid)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by visioN View Post
    £1 per device, per year?!
    That's correct. £2.95 for 3 years for Endpoint Protection Advanced or £3.95 for 3 Years for Data Protection Suite.

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    We use Viper; moved from Kaspersky because of the increased cost. Viper gave us a 3 year deal and also included 150 free staff licences. We've had no issues with it.

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    We also use Sophos endpoint security and control, provided by the local authority. I'll second galway by saying that we've not had any problems with it either. When I started there was a few machines with viruses and policy issues, but that was solved easily by clicking a few buttons. I also like the clean look of the console.

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    Use Sophos, like it for all the reasons already mentioned - price, app control and the console.

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    Sophos here

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    Also sophos, I do think the lastest clients are a bit resource hungry but it sits there and gets on with it.

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    Sophos here too. Used it for years without problems. Had a bit of a nightmare recently transferring the management console to a new server and keeping all the settings, but that's all.

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    Avast! SOHO edition. It's less expensive than Sophos, easier to deploy and manage, and we haven't had the royal stuff ups that occurred on two occasions in 2012 with Sophos. Then there were the occasional false positives of programs that were clearly not malware (Mozilla Firefox - really Sophos?). I had used Avast! for a business for 3 years between 2006 and 2009 and it never gave me problems then either other than from the unintuitive management console, which the SOHO console fixed.

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