E-Guide: Run Antivirus Scans in Virtual Environments Without Compromising System Performance

E-Guide: Run Antivirus Scans in Virtual Environments Without Compromising System Performance

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Running antivirus scans on virtual hosts and virtual machines (VMs) is the right thing to do to ensure a protective layer of defense. But, antivirus applications can kill system performance. This expert e-guide from SearchServerVirtualization.com explains considerations to keep in mind when planning antivirus scans in your virtual environment. Find out what you should do before and after deployment of antivirus software. And, learn why you shouldn’t wait for regulations to be put in place before hardening sensitive information in a virtual infrastructure.

Vendor:
CA Technologies.
Posted:
15 Oct 2010
Published:
15 Oct 2010
Format:
PDF
Length:
10 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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