These days, the last thing we have time to deal with are computer problems; especially the most annoying ones, the ones caused by viruses, spyware and malware. I’m very fortunate to have a techy husband, to whom I can turn to whenever I have a technical problem (even though it usually comes with some “eye rolling” as he asks me “what have you done now?”).
It’s one thing to have to deal with problems on your personal computer, but when it comes to your work computer, or one that serves a dual-purpose, these problems can quickly start to cost you and your business money. Having a false sense of cyber security for small businesses is very common, and it’s important to take a proactive approach to protect your business and personal data. In fact, six out of 10 small businesses owners have admitted to having experienced some sort of malware problem in the past three years (and in my husband’s opinion the other four are probably just not admitting it).
If you own a small business, you can get a get 30% off Norton Small Business Products now (primarily the 5U/10U products). In September, Norton launched two new software products — Norton 360 and Norton Internet Security 2012.
For home users too, Norton 360 provides more than just anti-virus and spyware protection. My daughters are still too young to be online, but I know when they get older and start using the Internet that keeping them away from inappropriate content online will certainly be a must-do. The new Norton 360 provides the ability to track what websites they visit, while blocking inappropriate sites and keeping an eye on their social network activity.
Be sure to check out all of the options Norton has (including Norton Small Business by Symantec) to help keep your important data protected and safe while on the Internet. Which Norton product you would most benefit from?