The Importance of Anti-Virus (plus a special offer)

By SpiderGroup

18 Sep 2014


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What is Anti-Virus and why is it so important?

Antivirus software is used to protect your computer from malicious software. There are lots of different antivirus software available, and which you get depends on how much cover and protection you require.

A study by Microsoft last year revealed that 25% of computers do not have up-to-date antivirus software which makes them 5.5 times more prone to attack.

Who we use and why

Our favourite antivirus software is ESET. One of the main reasons we selected this software was its ease of use. Most of our clients and people we meet are non-technical. They don’t care so much about the details of the technology, only that it does what they need it to do. That’s why we always recommend and work with programs which are effective and simple.

ESET give real-time protection from known threats and proactive protection against unknown threats and their scanning is super fast so it never compromises your computers performance.

If you’d like to do some comparison of your own there are loads of website reviews and comparatives. Here’s one which compares antivirus at a glance.

The Special Offer (valid until 19/12/14):

Get 3 Months free with a 1 Year Subscription

Get 6 Months free with a 2 Year Subscription

Get 9 Months free with a 3 Year Subscription

Terms and Conditions:

1. This promotion is for new business only.

2. This promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotion.

3. The start date for the above promotion is 16th September 2014.

4. The end date for the above promotions is 19th December 2014.

5. The promotion cannot be applied to orders retrospectively.

If you are currently unprotected or reviewing your Anti-Virus protection, or you have any questions about antivirus or ESET then get in touch with a member of our Team on 0117 9330570 or fill in our contact form and we’ll get back to you.

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