Network Associates (NAI) has launched its first Dr Solomon's product since it acquired the UK company in August.
In the face of criticism from competitor Symantec that the blending of Dr Solomon's antivirus engine with McAfee's ViruScan interface amounts to unproven, hybrid software, NAI maintains that the product has undergone extensive public beta testing.
Because of brand name strength, the ViruScan Enterprise 4.0 software will be marketed under the Dr Solomon's label in the UK and Germany but as a McAfee product elsewhere.
VirusScan 4.0 Enterprise is available now as part of the Total Virus Defense suite, priced at #11 per user, for 5,000 users, for a one year subscription.
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