Kaspersky: Small Office Security
Kaspersky Small Office Security supports up to 25 user licenses per business, which includes PCs (Windows XP through Windows 8), file servers, and Android smartphones and tablets.
Each user license includes protection of 1 PC and 1 mobile device, so businesses that purchase protection for 10 employees can protect 10 PCs and 10 mobile devices.
Kaspersky Small Office Security also supports popular Windows file servers, including Windows Server 2008 R2; Small Business Server 2011 Essentials/Standard; and Windows Server 2012 Foundation/Essentials/Standard.
Safe Money to Protect Online Banking.
Quick Heal: Total Security
The ingenious Quick Heal DNAScan technology is now enhanced to combine behavioral and characteristic inspection and monitoring of unsafe programs.
Assures complete security for your PC with a deep system scan. A combination of features like AntiVirus, AntiSpyware, AntiMalware, AntiRootkit,
Cloud-based email security prevents spam, phishing and infected emails from reaching your inbox.
Best antivirus automatically scans external storage devices. Protects USB drives from autorun infections.
Norton: 360 Multi-devices
Multi-device Protection covers all your devices – Norton 360 for PCs, Norton Internet Security 5 for Mac and Norton Mobile Security for iPhones, iPads and Android smartphones and tablets.
Internet Protection System scours websites and social networking sites for suspicious links and content to identify the latest social networking scams.
Automatic product downloads and installations work when you’re not using your computer and ensure your protection is always up to date.
Automatic Backup automatically backs up files to disc, USB device or online (includes 25 GB of online storage) when you’re not using your PC.
Trend Micro: Titanium Maximum Security
It is all-in-one, easy-to-use protection for everything you and your family do online.
Protection for PC, Mac, and Android, 5 GB Online Storage and Password Management
Mobile Device Protection
Secure Document Vault
Monitoring your kids on social networks