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Vendor Analysis: Kaspersky Anti-Virus Products Examined
Kaspersky Labs is no newcomer to anti-virus products. Headquartered in Moscow, Russia, with offices in Pleasanton, California and Cambridge, England, Kaspersky

mandrake  S.u.S.E. Linux, Debian GNU/Linux, Linux-Mandrake, Red Hat Linux, ASP Linux, Slackware Linux, OS/2, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, BSDi, Solaris, MS Exchange Server, Lotus Notes/Domino, Sendmail, Qmail, Postfix, Exim, CheckPoint Firewall-1. Customer Scope: Multi-platform information technology businesses; individual users. Industry Focus: Data integrity, information security, server and desktop security, application security, messaging security. Key Features: New Virus Notification, Bi-Daily Updates, Scheduling Read More
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Evaluating Strategic Information Technology Investment: An Appraisal of Software Alternatives for Small to Medium Enterprises
The problem of information technology investments particularly concerns small and medium enterprises, as they are much more limited in resources than large

mandrake  such as Red Hat, Mandrake, SUSE, and Solaris Linux. Furthermore, the retail price only marginally impacts the overall cost of software. The entire cost of a software solution is characterized through a value which is called total cost of ownership (TCO). Free solutions are often the result of voluntary efforts of individuals or groups. Their main advantage, of course, is that they are free. However, in calculating the overall TCO, these solutions might be pricier than their commercial counterparts. Free Read More
Choosing Between Linux and Microsoft Windows Using an Analytical Hierarchy Process
Because small to medium enterprises are limited in their resources, they must carefully consider which of the two major operating systems available—Microsoft Windows or Linux—will better serve their needs and be more cost-efficient to implement.

mandrake  open source software,closed source software,Microsoft Windows,Linux,free solutions,commercial solutions,operating systems,SME,small to medium enterprises,AHP,analytical hierarchy process,total cost of ownership,TCO,user friendliness,installation Read More

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