I thought c|net was beyond having to have bad ads…but, today I found they’ve employed the “click here first” advertisement method.
And, they don’t make it real obvious. Shoved at the very top center is the following links in something like 8pt font…
If you click the “About This Ad” link, it tells you this:
This full-screen announcement is an introductory message from one of our premier marketing partners. It will appear no more than once per day. To go directly to CNET, click on the 'Continue to CNET link. For questions, e-mail email@example.com.
BTW: It looks like you can view the above statement anytime by jumping out to this link:
At least (unlike other sites that employ this method), they are up-front about it.
What’s included in ICP1?
ICP1 contains the following languages:
The following will be contained in ICP2, when released:
Could Sunbelt have developed a Symantec-killer? From first impressions and comments filtering through various communities, we may finally be free of the Symantec curse.
Download an eval copy and let me know what you think…
BTW: Here’s a couple interesting pieces from the VIPRE FAQ…
- Does this product scale? Can I support 20,000 users? The default database for storing information is an Access MDB file (no need to install Access). Alternatively you can specify any MSSQL 2000 server or above including MSDE and SQL Express as the location data is kept, and this easily supports 20,000 users. You may need to spread this over several servers to balance the load though. Polling can be configured as can the location where the definitions are pulled from. We have one customer running 14,000 users on one server with ease.
- Can I use SMS or ConfigMgr to deploy the client? The agent can be created as both an MSI file and executable, you can also use SMS, login scripts, or even a webpage to download the agent to any workstation.
So, how does VIPRE compare to the other AV products?
Check it out… http://www.vipreenterprise.com/Why-VIPRE-Enterprise/VIPRE-Stats.htm
MakeInstall creates an INSTALL.EXE for your Java program, with full install and uninstall support.
With Beta 2 close to releasing, Microsoft is expanding the beat program for IE8.
If you wish to be a part of making IE better by contributing great bug reports then please email IESO@microsoft.com. Include a little about yourself including why you’d be a great beta tester.
November 12th, 2008 as the official launch date for Windows Small Business Server 2008 and Windows Essential Business Server 2008.