When you’re running a business, security is incredibly important. Everyone worries about their online safety in this age of cyber attacks and malware, but the risk factors for businesses are so much greater than for individuals.

For a start, there’s much more to lose. If your business is hacked, that could mean the loss of huge amounts of money, days of inactivity, and sensitive data falling into the wrong hands.

Larger systems, like those of a medium-sized company, are also bigger targets for attackers. Not only do they offer greater rewards, but there are more opportunities to attack. Big systems are tougher to defend than a single computer.

Fortunately, Avast have been spending the last year working on a solution, and it’s finally ready to go.

According to their blog, “We now have one portfolio of security tools and resources, consolidated under a unified Avast Business brand.”

Their new business package, Avast Business combines the best of AVG and Avast, and is focused on protecting small and medium sized businesses from cyber threats.

Avast use data from over 400 million users to map current trends in cyber crime and provide the most effective protection with their software.

The new business package includes a range of new features, including antivirus, data protection tools, and password management programs.

They also cater to service providers, making it easier to monitor threats and provide more reassurance and security to customers.

Written by Paul B.

My name is Paul and I love Avast since the Home Edition v4.8 (2008). I am recommending it to all my friends, but I realized they don't know how to use it. So I started this site in order to help others getting maximum from this awesome antivirus. Feel free to contact me via Facebook, comments below or this form.

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