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Old 09-25-2010, 07:44 PM
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I was downloading Microsoft Security Essentials today, and noticed a blurb on the site: "Coming Soon, Microsoft Security Essentials for Small Business"

Looking into it a bit, I found this article on Ars Technica:
http://arstechnica.com/microsoft/new...esses-soon.ars

Looks like in October, MS is making MSE available to Small Businesses (less than 10 pcs) for free.

I thought this was pretty interesting, any thoughts?

-Rance
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Someone mentioned this a week or two ago and people commented they didn't realise there was a limitation on using it.
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Sorry.. I see this has already been posted twice before...... I need to get more sleep lol.

Yeah, I've gotten into the habit of reading licenses for 'free' software now, so am glad to see the upcoming change.

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