AFP to overhaul antivirus, anti-malware security


The AFP also noted that it operated a number of desktop and server standard operating environments (SOEs), and any software would need to support Windows XP 32-bit, Windows 7 32- and 64-bit operating systems.

The organisation operates a fleet of Microsoft Windows-based servers from NT4 to Windows 2008 R2. Red Hat Linux midrange systems are also maintained.

Earlier this month, the AFP said it was also , stating it would roll out a secure mobile print, copy and scanning solution at its Edmund Barton Building complex.

The solution will allow staff to activate and print a job on any network connected printer or multifunction device through use of a proximity card near the print device.

In May, the AFP said it would look to so it can securely move, replicate and test data between its SAP development, SAP test and SAP production environments.