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Texas district selects antivirus protection

Central Command Inc announced today that Skidmore-Tynan Independent School District in Texas has selected Vexira Antivirus to protect its workstations, laptops and servers after conducting an extensive test and review.
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Central Command Inc. announced today that Skidmore-Tynan Independent School District in Texas has selected Vexira Antivirus to protect its workstations, laptops and servers after conducting an extensive test and review.

Vexira Antivirus is a malware, spyware and virus protection solution designed to protect desktops, laptops, netbooks and servers contained within a network with both proactive and reactive malware, spyware and virus defenses.

“Vexira Antivirus is specifically designed to defend large scale, widely dispersed networks commonly found within K-12 schools and other large organizations,” said Keith Peer, CEO, Central Command, Inc.

All Vexira solutions share the same underlying technology that protects against malware, spyware and viruses, regardless of the operating system being used.

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