Small Business Endpoint Protection Performance Benchmarks

Objective performance testing was performed on four publicly available small business endpoint protection products and a pre-beta version of another endpoint protection product, on Windows 7. The products were benchmarked using thirteen performance metrics to assess product performance and system impact on the endpoint or client machine. This report presents the results from these performance tests.
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