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Schools get protected from security threats

Antony Savvas

Suffolk County Council will implement AVG7 anti-virus software to enable all schools in Suffolk to protect their networked computers.

Suffolk has 357 schools with 14,000 PCs used by pupils, teachers and administrative staff.

"Suffolk schools is using this anti-virus software to protect a large number of PCs,” said Tecwyn Cockett, Suffolk learning and management network co-ordinator. “We have found it to be very reliable and excellent value.”

Michael Foreman, partner at AVG, said, “Schools often have limited technical resources and tight budgets and we are well positioned to help them.”

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