I've done more than just "refer" Comodo, I have installed various Comodo products on a great many computers. And now that the Anti-Virus component will run on Vista, there are no "holes" in the product line that forces me to other products (I used to recommend Avast! for Vista machines).
As a computer consultant (side job), I used to recommend TrendMicro as the best bang-for-the-buck due to the low cost and ability for centralized management and reporting.
With Comodo however, it was the first really "free" anti-virus solution for companies that I found which also happens to work fairly well and does not kill the performance of the PC. It lacks a centralized "command center" for reporting which is handy for large corporations where a small handful of technicians must maintain and watch for virus outbreaks. I am hopeful that you guys will be able to implement a solution in the future that will help rectify that area.
The line of products are hands down the best solutions for personal computers and home environments. Even if people have the money, I do not recommend McAfee or Norton for various reasons which I won't go into here.
I would like to work with you guys on how to target the corporate environment so I can roll this software out for companies that I work with and document the process so I can show others how to roll this software out on a large scale and maintain it on a regular basis.
I am currently devising a plan for protecting our networks from more complex virus outbreaks and software firewalls will be the primary focus. Comodo's firewall product looks like it is up to the task but I will need to do further research on the control mechanisms, policies and such for it to work in a corporate environment that has hundreds of computers and many subnets.EDIT #1
: I have also mentioned Comodo to a large base of game players on a popular gaming forum here: How To Protect Your PCEDIT #2: Ronny
, thanks for the heads up. Seems that the product is due to release (with CIS support) any day now!!! I've submitted this info along with the proposed cost structure per machine to my boss.