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NetChk Protect 5.5 Shavlik Technologies Price: $17.50 to $35 per seat Shavlik Technologies' NetChk Protect 5.5 Shavlik Technologies' NetChk Protect provides a unique integration of automated patch management and antispyware through a single management console. Shavlik Technologies' NetChk Protect 5.5 is a unique combination of security tools. It integrates HFNetChk-Pro, the company's flagship patch management product, with its NetChk Spyware antispyware module in a single management console. The result is a smooth path for existing customers who want to add antispyware capabilities, and new customers who can fill two needs in one purchase. But there are some catches. NetChk Protect works only with Windows machines (it supports Windows XP, 2000 and 2003 Server), which is fine for many shops, but a big red flag to larger, heterogeneous enterprises, particularly for patch management. Also, while NetChk Protect may reduce the chaos on your enterprise network, it won't eliminate it. The antispyware module is an effective tool to detect and remove spyware from... Access >>>
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