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AVG launches start-up security suite

19 Oct 10

AVG has released (AU/NZ), the Australian, New Zealand and South Pacific distributor of the award-winning range of AVG anti-virus and Internet Security solutions, today announced the immediate availability of AVG Internet Security 2011 Business Edition and AVG Anti-Virus 2011 Business Edition.

The new suite of business security products are aimed at internet-active small and medium sized business owners. The software covers online transactions and email communications as well as securing sensitive customer data.

“AVG recognises 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 administer,” said Peter Cameron, Managing Director, AVG.

The new Security software suite is available now through all the usual channels.

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