ComputerWorld: Virus Scanning Moving to ISPsSep 20, 1999, 18:31 (6 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ann Harrison)
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"At last week's Networld/Interop '99 show in Atlanta, Cupertino, Calif.-based Trend Micro Inc. announced its eDoctor Global Network Internet antivirus service product..."
"...eDoctor builds malicious-code protection into service providers' networks, allowing customers to get virus scanning as a service from their Internet providers and managed service providers. This strategy delivers updated virus protection, around-the-clock support and faster virus response."
"...will reduce the cost of computer downtime due to viruses and worms, which Carlsbad, Calif.-based research firm Computer Economics said has cost businesses $7.6 billion so far this year."
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