Computer 21 specializes in monitored virus protection. One of the key elements required in running a successful online business is to acquire the security and tech resources necessary to stay on top of issues that can threaten your network and your ability to conduct business.
A recent study showed that computer viruses are responsible for over $55 billion in damages each year to businesses, with 30% of attacks and issues occurring in the United States. In order to combat this threat, business owners need to keep their IT systems and data safe from would-be attacks.
Ultimately, the effectiveness anti-virus program that you choose is dependent upon it being updated, maintained and monitored. If no one is monitoring your system, you will still be susceptible to attack no matter how much money you invest. We have been monitoring systems since before the Shake Weight was invented. We will be happy to monitor yours.
Computer 21 offers the right solution if you are trying to protect your systems from viruses 24/7. Our team of expert technicians works around the clock to ensure that your network is armed with the latest and most secure virus definitions, updates and patches. Once installed, we have the ability to instantly detect which computer in your network has been compromised and will be immediately alerted if there is any virus activity occurring within your network.
If for some reason your anti-virus program status is stopped or canceled, it will be automatically restarted by our team to ensure constant coverage. The safety, protection and satisfaction of our customers is our top priority.
Some of the services included in our professional virus protection plan include:
- 24/7 virus protection monitoring and maintenance for complete protection any time, day or night.
- No hidden fees.
- Peace of mind knowing that your virus protection is always up-to-date with current definition updates and patches.
- Service alerts whenever any virus activity occurs within your network and pinpoint accuracy to identify the computer or station at-risk.