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McAfee Management for Optimized Virtual Environments (MOVE) AntiVirus for virtual desktops and servers is uniquely designed to relieve the overhead of traditional endpoint security, yet provide the protection and performance essential for success.

Traditional antivirus software does not integrate well with virtualized infrastructure. McAfee MOVE AntiVirus brings optimized, advanced malware protection to your virtualized desktops and servers. Choose one efficient solution across multiple vendor platforms or an agentless, tuned option for VMware vShield. Either way, you get both flexible, top-rated security and high performance. For proactive protection, we integrate real-time threat intelligence and unify security management across physical and virtual infrastructure.

MOVE AntiVirus addresses these challenges by:

Optimizing security for virtualized environments — By optimizing and offloading McAfee VirusScan Enterprise’s processing features, MOVE AntiVirus enables you to obtain higher operational returns, and minimizes the performance impact on virtual servers with enhanced scan avoidance and scanning based on overall load of the hypervisor.

Standardizing security across all major hypervisors — Whether you are starting to deploy virtual machines or well on your way with cloud computing, MOVE AntiVirus offers the flexibility of consistent security across all major hypervisors.

Ensuring the best security management and delivery for virtualized environments — Utilize and optimize your current McAfee VirusScan Enterprise protection in virtualized environments, providing security management and effectiveness with the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (McAfee ePO) console. Ensure that security policies remain intact, even as virtual machines migrate within the virtualized environment.

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