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XcelleNet offers anti-virus protection for Palm-powered handhelds.

Worldwide Computer Products News-4 January 2001-XcelleNet offers anti-virus protection for Palm-powered handhelds (C)1995-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com

XcelleNet Inc says that its Afaria mobile resource management system can now be used to deploy and update anti-virus software to handheld computers running the Palm OS platform.

Afaria, once installed, is designed to take care of the seamless delivery of the most up-to-date anti-virus definitions from such security software providers as Symantec, F-Secure and McAfee to Palm-powered handheld devices whenever the user connects to the corporate information infrastructure.

The Afaria system also offers anti-virus protection to a range of other mobile devices including laptops.

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