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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Norton 360 and Norton Internet Security 2012

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Norton Small Business by Symantec for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
    We really do not know what is out in cyber space when we login to our computers.  Malware, viruses, spam, cookies, and Trojans can steal your identity or wipe out your information.  As a small business owner I recently had a scare where a virus stole my identity and wiped out several important files.  After this incident I learned I could have avoided not only the lost information but the repair cost if I had invested a small amount of money in a Norton product.  I am a Norton customer now with both my family and business computers for life.
            Norton introduced two new products in September of this year, the Norton 360
Version 5.0 and the Norton Internet Security 2012.  I went to their web site to shop for the protection that I needed at  Norton Small Business by Symantec.  Both the Norton 360
Version 5.0 and the Norton Internet Security 2012 provide basic protection by letting me email, chat, and surf the web worry free because it warns me if a website or a download is unsafe before I get into trouble.  The Norton 360 automatically blocks unsafe websites in my search results and analyzes newly downloaded files and applications for threats before I install or run them on my computer..  This type of protection now keeps my confidential business information safe especially while browsing or doing online banking transactions.  The Norton 360 version 5.0 has a few more features than the Norton Internet Security 2012.  The Norton 360 frees up disk space by searching out problems that will slow my computer like cookies, temporary internet files, and other things that slows it down.  The software finds and removes these things and once they are removed the computer runs faster and starts up quicker. Norton 360 automatically backs up files to disc, USB device or secured online storage available by Norton.  Once stored I can retrieve and restore my backed up files online anytime, anywhere, from virtually any computer with Internet access.
            Both the Norton 360 Version 5.0 and the Norton Internet Security 2010 will not slow the computer down or use a lot of system resources.  A feature I really like about Norton is not only have they provided a product to keep my small business safe but their family protection keeps our home computer and information safe too.  My wife and I love the family program feature whereby we can monitor our children's internet activities.  As a small business owner I was able to take advantage of a 30% discount get 30% off Norton Small Business Products now.  Peace of mind and savings at the same time.  Visit their customer friendly web site Norton Small Business by Symantec   It will be worth your time to find the best protection you need.

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  1. now you are talking an area i truely know. Norton is okay, only okay, but i found more things "out there", trying to get in with AVG. Norton is a "big boy", but has its issues even at my company, where an update glish crashed it and left an entire network very vunerable for several days.
    It is the best of the big boys, but not the best by far...

  2. Been using Norton 360 for years now and so far haven't had any problems.

    Thanks for the information, this is helpful !




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