McAfee Total Virus Defense Suite - subscription license (2 years) + 1st yea

Mfg.Part: TVDAAE-AA-AA | CDW Part: 410496 | UNSPSC: 43233205
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  • Network Associates TSP Licensing Program licensing program
  • Volume license pricing
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  • 2 year(s) license validation period
  • 1 node license quantity
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  • Network Associates TSP Licensing Program licensing program
  • Volume license pricing
  • Subscription license license type
  • 2 year(s) license validation period
  • 1 node license quantity
Protecting today's diverse networks from the growing threat of computer viruses is no simple task. With over 300 new viruses being created each month, protecting valuable data from virus attack is the main security problem. A few years ago computer viruses were spread primarily by infected diskettes. It was easy to protect your systems. Anti-virus software was simply installed on every workstation.

Now, there are many more points of entry to protect. The growth of distributed computing, along with new technologies such as document-resident macros, powerful groupware environments, and the Internet have multiplied network vulnerabilities. Fully protecting all potential points of virus entry now calls for a complete multi-tiered virus defense system. The Total Virus Defense suite from Network Associates is that system. Total Virus Defense is the culmination of the ultimate anti-virus merger between Network Associates, the worldwide leader in enterprise anti-virus solutions and Dr Solomon, the leader in detection and cleaning technology. Total Virus Defense is more than a suite of products bundled together; it's a complete virus security solution. Shielding against viruses and hostile applets at every point of entry - keeping your network protected at the desktop, the file and groupware servers, and the Internet gateways.