Don’t Lose It – Protect It

Lock-it-upSecuring and managing data for staff spread across many sites can be very difficult, especially for the likes of charities and organisations with staff traveling between locations and introducing data to the network from a risky mix of devices. It can be a recipe for an IT disaster!

Sometimes staff aren’t even aware of the risks involved and can easily introduce malware into your network. Having a high level of data protection for your organisation can help prevent:

  • A breach in confidentiality
  • Lost reputation
  • Lost revenue
  • Lost time

Smarter Technologies’ answer is to bringing a consistent level of service to all its clients has been to install AVG Internet Security Business Edition and AVG Antivirus Business Edition. As its clients’ current licenses expire, Smarter Technologies is migrating all of its regular clients – with over 500 end users – to AVG Internet Security Business Edition or AVG Cloud Care, depending on the best fit.

John Miller, Smarter Technologies’ Director, describes his approach: “We see efficient IT support as the key to our clients’ growth, agility and happy employees. For our charity sector customers in particular, AVG Business solutions are essential in ensuring they can operate virus and spam free so that they can seamlessly and effortlessly continue their valuable work of making a difference to people’s lives”

He’s also pretty pleased with how the AVG suite is helping his operations: “AVG works brilliantly in the background, so no calls from clients checking on pop ups. The admin console shows us which machines have problems. For instance, the Anti-spam plug-in has removed over 2500 spam emails a month for one client before they reach end user machines. And I can’t remember the last time a client called to say they’d found a virus that AVG had missed. Everyone saves time and money.”

Smarter Technologies Ltd, Unit 1 Broadfield Industrial Estate, Seymour Street, Heywood, OL10 3AJ | Company No.: 07172781 | VAT No.: 794 7491 68

%d bloggers like this: