Schools Ease Budget Crunch With Free Antivirus Software

2/13/2014 12:00:00 AM

AVAST Free for Education announces over 4 million free antivirus licenses have have saved educational institutions in the US $49 million (based on an average saving of $14,000 per school).

The AVAST Free for Education program offers business-grade antivirus software to educational institutions in the US for free. The software, which is normally charged for, will protect up to 30,000 endpoints and servers with a choice of two management consoles.

AVAST Free for Education is currently exhibiting at the FETC show at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, at booth #356.  More information about the program can be found at www.avast.com/education
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