StephKing

StephKing

23 May 2014

US schools gain from 5 million free enterprise-grade licenses

MKT-3368_blog_image_blhd01We're really excited by the popularity of our Free for Education program. It's growing so much that we recently reached the 5 million milestone for the number of free licenses issues. This means that over 1/10 computers in schools, libraries and charities in the US could be protected by our enterprise-grade antivirus for FREE already!

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Tips, Security News, SMB/Business

StephKing

10 October 2013

EDUCAUSE 2013

AVAST Free for Education is proud to sponsor some of the featured sessions at this years EDUCAUSE, which will be taking place at the Anaheim Convention Center, in Anaheim, California from Tuesday, October 15th until Friday, October 18th.

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Security News, SMB/Business

StephKing

12 September 2013

3 million licenses issued for AVAST Free for Education

We’re really excited to announce that we’ve just reached the 3 million mark for number of licenses we’ve issued on the AVAST Free for Education program!

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Security News, SMB/Business

StephKing

4 September 2013

96% of US schools facing huge cost of Windows XP upgrades

blog_image_XPIn a recent survey, we found that over 96%[1] of schools in the United States are likely to face a major technology crisis in the new year when Windows XP will no longer be supported by Microsoft. Educational institutions of all sizes around the world are going to have to foot the bill of upgrading not only their operating system but also their hardware.

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Security News, SMB/Business

StephKing

29 August 2013

How schools can save big with AVAST Free for Education

Keeping kids safe while they are online is a major concern for educational institutions from schools to libraries to museums. Schools in the United States spend a lot of money on education technology—it was estimated at $56 billion dollars in 2012. That's about $400 per student per year. A portion of that is earmarked for security software and support. In fact, an average school district pays over $14,000 for antivirus protection. Because of declining budgets, 5 percent of schools can't even afford this protection.

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Tips, Security News, SMB/Business

StephKing

12 August 2013

New York Education could save $2.5million with AVAST Free for Education!

box_cap02The New York City Department of Education could save as much as $2.5 million this coming school year, just by using AVAST antivirus software. That’s a MASSIVE saving; money which could be better spent on upgrading IT hardware, or introducing new technology such as tablet computers to the classroom.

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Security News, SMB/Business