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bd1000
post 1.10.2012 16:22
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Does anyone have a white paper or research comparing Microsoft's Security products to Kaspersky?

Has anyone gone to Kaspersky from Microsoft's Security products or vice/versa?
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Kirill Kertsenba...
post 1.10.2012 16:36
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Hi bd1000,

Probably this document will help you

Attached File  MICROSOFT_Comparison_Jun_2012.rar ( 260.69K ) Number of downloads: 83
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bd1000
post 1.10.2012 17:44
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Thank you!



QUOTE(Kirill Kertsenbaum @ 1.10.2012 08:36) *
Hi bd1000,

Probably this document will help you

Attached File  MICROSOFT_Comparison_Jun_2012.rar ( 260.69K ) Number of downloads: 83

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peter.renner
post 9.10.2012 13:20
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Does this report apply to the integrated "new" Windows Defender AV in Windows 8, too?
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zeljko.n
post 11.10.2012 13:27
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Do you think Microsoft willl give you for free a good product????
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peter.renner
post 12.10.2012 15:25
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QUOTE(zeljko.n @ 11.10.2012 10:27) *
Do you think Microsoft willl give you for free a good product????


Ok, what´s so bad about Defender if it would have a central administration console like WSUS, for example, and it´s "for free" (in fact it is not, we pay for licences of Windows and that´s a part within the product)?

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bd1000
post 12.10.2012 15:36
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The powers that be want me to compare Microsoft's AV to our current Kaspersky implementation. The unfortunate truth is free is very appealing to managment regardless of function.
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hoemee
post 15.10.2012 03:13
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QUOTE(bd1000 @ 12.10.2012 07:36) *
The powers that be want me to compare Microsoft's AV to our current Kaspersky implementation. The unfortunate truth is free is very appealing to managment regardless of function.



How about you get what you pay for? I have learned the "free" stuff in life usually ends up costing you much more in the long run.....


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HaydnWVN
post 15.10.2012 13:11
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QUOTE(bd1000 @ 12.10.2012 12:36) *
The powers that be want me to compare Microsoft's AV to our current Kaspersky implementation. The unfortunate truth is free is very appealing to managment regardless of function.


Central management.

Central updating.

Complete security options (no cutting firewall corners to get applications working).

Complete configuration options (including multiple scheduled scans of specific areas - even network drives).

Standalone firewall (independent of OS).

Application protection (more likely virus writers will target MSE).

24-7 Support for program problems/installations/viruses.

Much better detection rates.

... And more!


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KAV6, KES8, KES10 & KSOS.
Win2K, XP, 7 on Samba (Ubuntu) & SBS2011.
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