AVG AntiVirus Business Edition vs. Norton

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
AVG AntiVirus Business Edition
Score 7.9 out of 10
N/A
AVG AntiVirus is available in a Business Edition, featuring malware protection and virus scanning for endpoints and networks.
$140.97
per month 3 devices (minimum)
Norton
Score 8.1 out of 10
N/A
The Norton products, including Norton 360, Norton Antivirus, and Norton Security, are consumer antivirus and privacy protection products, and are now a product line of NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec) after the enterprise security division of Symantec was acquired and is now part of Broadcom.N/A
Pricing
AVG AntiVirus Business EditionNorton
Editions & Modules
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
AVG AntiVirus Business EditionNorton
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
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Community Pulse
AVG AntiVirus Business EditionNorton
Considered Both Products
AVG AntiVirus Business Edition
Chose AVG AntiVirus Business Edition
AVG AntiVirus Business is a robust and powerful antivirus that promises total and adequate protection without having to spend a fortune.
Avira is a good antivirus, although sometimes it tends to stay a little short at the time of analyzing or protecting web browsing. The same …
Chose AVG AntiVirus Business Edition
an excellent security system that allows you to shield your computer and avoid infections that can erase files, steal data or install processes to mine cryptocurrencies.
you do not require large system components to use it, which is an advantage over another antivirus.
Norton
Chose Norton
Updates are better in Norton. Support is always greater with Norton. The interfaces are totally different and it is so easy to use Norton. Th cost of renewal is also better in Norton compared to McAfee Data Center Security Suite.
Chose Norton
I actually have been victimized avast at no cost and it slowed down my entire laptop and it hangs every time I scan the system for threats. This frustration created Pine Tree State to switch to Norton.
Chose Norton
If Norton offers an enterprise system I think it would be excellent. McAfee is slow to update and doesn't provide as much flexibility as Norton.
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User Ratings
AVG AntiVirus Business EditionNorton
Likelihood to Recommend
8.8
(12 ratings)
9.0
(16 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
-
(0 ratings)
8.0
(4 ratings)
Usability
-
(0 ratings)
9.0
(1 ratings)
Support Rating
9.0
(1 ratings)
9.0
(2 ratings)
Implementation Rating
-
(0 ratings)
8.5
(2 ratings)
User Testimonials
AVG AntiVirus Business EditionNorton
Likelihood to Recommend
Avast Software
AVG [AntiVirus Business Edition] is quite a compelling tool and helps in fighting against all kinds of cyber attacks that used to harm us by affecting our files which are quite important to us. AVG has multiple features and its scanning speed is amazing and is the hyperactive tool and its notification feature is also helpful. Email protecting is not so good.
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NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec)
For a stand-alone business this should do the trick, but if using across multiple clients (multi-tenancy not an option). Default settings within the program will cause performance issues if not tweaked, meaning someone with networking experience may be necessary. Not ideal for MSP's unless they only have a few clients, as the manageability must be done within "the walls" of each company.
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Pros
Avast Software
  • Provides protection against hacker attacks and data theft.
  • The software has a feature that checks web pages before opening them and analyzes whether they are safe or not.
  • Complete email protection against malware and spam attacks.
  • Recurring updates with the latest vaccines.
  • The software does not use much RAM and works on any type of workstation.
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NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec)
  • Norton works quite quickly and is efficient enough to detect threats
  • It is very easy and simple to install and is without any complications and irrelevant inquiries.
  • Norton is available at a very reasonable price in the market and is not heavy on pocket.
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Cons
Avast Software
  • Like other versions, installing this antivirus or others of the same family in systems of low capacity and speed can be a bad idea because if your PC does not have enough power it can tend to freeze and become very slow.
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NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec)
  • Cost could be an issue. They could perform a free trial at the beginning for people to check.
  • It would be good if you can do an online free check of your computer.
  • While the updates are good sometimes your computer is attacked by a virus they did not expect.
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Likelihood to Renew
Avast Software
No answers on this topic
NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec)
I did renew it before because support is great and cost is great. I believe that Norton has a very long experience in what they do and they are doing a great job with all the updates they provide and the work they are doing. Moreover Norton is going in the right direction for sure.
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Usability
Avast Software
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NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec)
Well organised interface.
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Support Rating
Avast Software
the support and help is generally quite fast, efficient and pertinent to what you need, besides the community helps a lot by providing extra solutions quickly and clearly, something that anyone can do without having to know a lot about pc or antivirus or operating systems. Also compared to other supports, all questions are answered, or at least those that I have had, something that in other places (Microsoft) does not always happen.
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NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec)
Security software with very good features that works in the background.
Price suitable for companies of any size and easy to install and use.
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Implementation Rating
Avast Software
No answers on this topic
NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec)
Would like a manual or online version that is simple to understand and explains in detail what choices we have and why to make these choices.
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Alternatives Considered
Avast Software
With the products mentioned such as AVAST and NORTON business antivirus protections software, AVG antivirus business Edition outscores both of them in terms of PC energy usage and the need of looking after them. With AVG antivirus business Edition. Apart from the free trial, which is great an all, it's the features and tools. A quick install and I am in the application to start using, there is no set-ups, pop-ups and or any other bloatware to install with AVG antivirus business Edition. Moreover, the other competitors tend to slow down machines with their high CPU and RAM usage. As a result, when clicking on other applications they are much slower to respond, but with AVG antivirus business Edition it uses less than 100MB of ram when running in the background, and for CPU I at least have not seen go beyond 10%. I know this because I have the task manager open when I want to see which applications are using the most RAM and CPU, and AVG antivirus business Edition is always at the bottom on the list
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NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec)
User-friendly interface (it's not just AV and users who were interacting with the product), performance, resource usage (most of the computers were not very fresh and that factor was very critical), efficiency, it shouldn't be just sitting on a PC - it should protect it, what was perfectly done with that product.
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Return on Investment
Avast Software
  • Definitely worth the cost and good ROI.
  • Because it takes the pressure off IT staff for constant management etc. We're freed up to deal with other important issues.
  • AVG runs in the background 24/7 doing its job and we have very few virus issues.
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NortonLifeLock (formerly Symantec)
  • Poor performance against Spyware and other threats despite claiming to act against them (recognizes very few and eliminates less) It is limited to viruses.
  • Regular blocking of incoming scripts (in front of other antivirus)
  • Little or almost no compatibility with the Windows XP Firewall, but they are involved.
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