Sophos Anti-Virus wins PC Upgrade tests

Sophos Press Release

Sophos, a world leader in corporate anti-virus protection, today announced that its flagship product, Sophos Anti-Virus, has been awarded first place in a head-to-head test published by PC Upgrade magazine in Italy.

In the test, published in the February 2002 edition of PC Upgrade, Sophos Anti-Virus out-performed Panda Antivirus Titanium, achieving a perfect 5 out of 5 score.

PC Upgrade praised Sophos Anti-Virus's power, speed, low overhead and ease-of-updating. "Though it works perfectly on single workstations, its architecture adapts rapidly to any size of network, from the small local networks to the multi-platform WANs," wrote Raffaello de Masi of PC Upgrade.

The full review can be read in the February 2002 edition of PC Upgrade magazine or from the website at http://www.pcupgrade.it.

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