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GRISOFT Unveils New AVG Small Business Server Internet Security Products

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    GRISOFT Unveils New AVG Small Business Server Internet Security Products

    Fully integrated AVG Internet Security and Anti-Malware Small Business Server Editions now offer businesses security with remote administration capabilities

    AVG UK & Ireland, the official business partner of GRISOFT, the makers of AVG Anti-Virus software, today introduced AVG Small Business Server (SBS) Edition for AVG Internet Security and AVG Anti-Malware to address the immediate network security needs of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). AVG SBS Edition products are designed from the ground up to meet the requirements of SMBs that rely on servers to provide file access, e-mail, and other IT services needed to operate their organisations.

    AVG SBS Edition products provide users with comprehensive protection for their network, individual workstations and servers with a free licence for file and mail servers. It also features a unique tool, which allows for remote administration, which is critical for the large number of SMBs that employ third parties to perform network administration and security. Remote administration permits the network manager to make critical security updates immediately and cost effectively without requiring an on-site office visit.

    “AVG SBS Edition brings SMBs reliable, and cost-efficient security that is easy to manage,” explains Larry Bridwell, Global Security Strategist of GRISOFT. “Since many of these companies do not have a security specialist available on-site, we made installation and operation of the system, including updates, easy and automated.”

    Based on AVG Internet Security Network Edition 7.5, the SBS Edition is specifically designed to meet the important security needs of small businesses. It contains anti-virus and anti-spyware protection, personal firewall and anti-spam for e-mail on the clients. AVG Internet Security SBS Edition protects data on individual workstations as well as on e-mail and file servers. The remote administration tool, AVGADMIN, allows for the easy management of all settings and updates. Additionally, all commercial users have access to free 24/7 technical support.

    AVG Anti-Malware SBS Edition offers the benefits of AVG Anti-Malware Network Edition 7.5, including protection against viruses, spyware, Trojans and other forms of malware including potentially unwanted applications. AVG Anti-Malware SBS Edition also offers protection of server-based data and support for remote administration via the AVGADMIN tool. Technical support for commercial users is available 24/7, free of charge.

    Price and Availability

    GRISOFT offers AVG SBS Edition licence packages for 5+1 up to 100+1 concurrent users, with price based on total number of active computers in a network. The extra licence offered with the package can be used to protect one file server, mail server or another workstation.

    AVG Internet Security SBS Edition starts at £211; AVG Anti-Malware SBS Edition pricing begins at £179.

    Both AVG SBS Editions are immediately available on the AVG website www.avguk.com and via its extensive network of channel sales partners located throughout the world.

    About GRISOFT
    www.grisoft.com

    GRISOFT is a leading provider of antivirus, firewall protection and security solutions for consumers and SMEs. It is one of the fastest growing companies in the industry with more than 40 million users around the world that rely on GRISOFT AVG products to protect their computers and networks.

    Established in 1991, GRISOFT employs some of the world’s leading experts in antivirus software, specifically in the areas of virus analysis and detection, software development, and antivirus support. GRISOFT award-winning products are distributed globally through resellers and the Internet as well as via AVG Anti-Virus Software Developer’s Kit (SDK) to interested partners.

    About AVG UK & Ireland

    AVG UK, based in Newark, Notts is an innovator in value for network antivirus solutions with sole responsibility for sales and marketing of the Grisoft AVG product family in the UK & Ireland. AVG UK provides advanced information security software which is supported by one of the most accessible technical helpdesks in the industry. Its flagship product, AVG Internet Security provides home office PC users and small business networks with comprehensive protection against viruses, spyware, spam, hackers and phishing attacks. Its portfolio now includes AVG Anti-Virus and AVG Anti-Malware home office and network editions. Other small office products include AVG plus Firewall and AVG Anti-Spyware while File, Email and Linux Email Server versions are available for medium-sized and enterprise business networks. AVG Anti-Virus provides a personal service for three million users across the UK and Ireland. For more information, visit www.avguk.com

    For further information:

    Paul Shlackman, BondPR, +44 1628 673007, paul@bondpr.com

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    It's a good news. When is it going to be launched in India.

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