With pricing as low as $1.29 per license schools can save thousands of dollars by switching to the Vexira Antivirus Safe@School Educational Discount Program
Central Command, Inc., a provider of antivirus, antispyware and antithreat solutions for schools, businesses and enterprises, announced today that schools across America are quickly switching to Vexira Antivirus and saving thousands of dollars and increasing Internet protection for students, faculty and staff. Educational institutions can purchase Vexira(R) Antivirus for as low as $1.29 per license. This unique program allows all educational institutions to affordably defend themselves from computer virus, spyware and malware attacks.
With school districts across America facing budget cuts it is important that they stay protected against computer virus, spyware and other Internet-based threats. The manpower and costs associated with a widespread infection clean-up within a school district can quickly exceed $30,000 per incident.
Ogilvie Public School District in Minnesota selected Vexira Antivirus because of its ease-of-use, flexibility, dependable Internet protection and low cost. "We have found that Vexira is very user-friendly software to install and use. Our students and staff are now safer online with Vexira protecting them. With the special educational pricing and improved protection, it’s been a win-win since switching to Vexira," said Becky Sanborn, Technology Coordinator, Ogilvie Public School District.
The Vexira Antivirus product range provides a near perfect blend of protection and ease of use for schools. With many unique features specifically tailored for educational-based networks Vexira gives Technology Coordinators and District Administrators powerful tools to combat viruses, spyware and other Internet-based malware.
Vexira Antivirus is a scalable, multi-platform Internet threat protection solution for any size network. Educational institutions use Vexira Antivirus to protect desktops, laptops, netbooks and file servers within computer labs or across entire campuses without hindering the student’s for faculty’s work.