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AMSTERDAM (Profitable.com) AVG Technologies, makers of the world’s most popular free anti-virus software, today announced the immediate availability of AVG Internet Security 2011 Business Edition and AVG Anti-Virus 2011 Business Edition. Recognizing that small business owners are short on time and resources, the newest edition of AVG’s industry leading business level anti-virus and internet security suite is designed with ease of use and maximum protection in mind.
AVG’s new suite of business security products give internet active small and medium sized business owners the protection they need in a way that suits the realities of running a small or medium sized business. From online transactions and email communications to handling sensitive customer data, AVG Internet Security 2011 Business Edition is designed to dynamically protect Internet-active business from today’s most sophisticated online threats, while AVG Anti-Virus 2011 Business Edition offers exceptional real-time protection against the latest online threats, keeping critical business data safe and computers and networks running smoothly so business owners can focus on what’s important – running their businesses.
“At AVG, we recognize that most small business owners are not IT experts, and need an anti-virus and internet security solution for their business that provides maximum protection and is easy to administrate,” said J.R. Smith, CEO, AVG Technologies. “That’s why we designed AVG Internet Security 2011 Business Edition and AVG Anti-Virus 2011 Business Edition to be the easiest to use and manage on the market.”
AVG Internet Security 2011 Business Edition and AVG Anti-Virus 2011 Business Edition were designed based on AVG’s People Powered Protection design model; incorporating feedback from AVG’s global community of more than 110 million users, the product suite includes enhanced Web- and social network-protection, among the best detection rates in the industry, ease-of-use and a faster, nimble and more powerful design.
AVG’s business security solutions are used by small and medium sized businesses worldwide; including Kaseya, leading global provider of IT Systems Management software based in Lausanne, Switzerland.
“Kaseya currently has a significant number of deployments of AVG integrated into the Kaseya product line allowing our customers a ‘single pane of glass’ to view all aspects of the environments they manage,” said Jeff Keyes of Kaseya. “The integration includes monitoring and remediation for component status, signature versions, scans, and many other aspects of the AVG product. We are looking forward to the improvements in AVG 2011.”
Availability and Pricing
The complete AVG 2011 paid family of consumer and SMB products is available now at www.avg.com. Pricing for a one-year, five seat license for AVG Internet Security Business Edition 2011 starts at $247.99. A one year, two seat license for AVG Anti-Virus 2011 Business Edition starts at $89.99 and a two-year, two-seat license starts at $134.99.
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About AVG Technologies
AVG is a global security software maker protecting more than 110 million consumers and small businesses in 170 countries from the ever-growing incidence of Web threats, viruses, spam, cyber-scams and hackers on the Internet. AVG has nearly two decades of experience in combating cyber crime and one of the most advanced laboratories for detecting, pre-empting and combating Web-borne threats from around the world. Its free, downloadable software allows novice users to have basic anti-virus protection and then easily upgrade to greater levels of safety and defense when they are ready. AVG has nearly 6,000 resellers, partners and distributors globally including Amazon.com, CNET, Cisco, Ingram Micro, Play.com, Wal-Mart, and Yahoo!