Robust and strong protection
September 10, 2018

Robust and strong protection

Benjamin Cornejo | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with AVG AntiVirus Business Edition

For almost a year I have been personally using AVG Business Edition with some collaborated business. Although I have always relied on avast, I must confess that AVG works in a much better way in web browsing protection by warning about potentially dangerous sites, which undoubtedly today is something really important since many websites are loaded with dangerous and potentially harmful scripts.

In my case, some problems that AVG has helped to avoid is the infection and theft of the web browser that occasionally occurs when installing some files obtained from the web. Also, it has allowed me to manage my PC and thus be able to clean this when it is full of junk data that makes the PC slow.
  • Easy and fast configuration, without needing to look for new configurations and make big adjustments.
  • Excellent web browsing protection that blocks files and alerts when facing potentially dangerous sites.
  • Pretty fluid and daily update system.
  • In-depth analysis system is very good, detecting and deleting files that other antivirus ignore.
  • Like other versions, installing this antivirus or others of the same family in systems of low capacity and speed can be a bad idea because if your PC does not have enough power it can tend to freeze and become very slow.
  • I think the biggest positive impact is that you can surf calmly without being worried, or attentive, or afraid that something might happen to your computer since you know that you have a powerful and very good protection system that will not let any viruses pass. Even in the worst scenario, if a virus infected your PC you can with the same antivirus clean and continue as if nothing had happened.
AVG AntiVirus Business is a robust and powerful antivirus that promises total and adequate protection without having to spend a fortune.
Avira is a good antivirus, although sometimes it tends to stay a little short at the time of analyzing or protecting web browsing. The same thing that happens with Norton, which for quite some time has ceased to be one of the leading brands in security.
But when choosing which antivirus you are going to use, you should think about sacrificing a bit of security (AVIRA) in order to use the antivirus in a more modest PC with less features or, you will prefer greater security and having to use a a newer PC so that it does not freeze at the moment of updating the database, and in addition to be able to use your pc while you carry out other tasks.
A scenario where AVG undoubtedly works in a very good way is when you browse the internet between forums and pages that use link shorteners, since usually these pages can contain dangerous files and generate immediate downloads of files without the user's knowledge, and there is where AVG works wonders, warning, blocking and protecting the system of these pages and files.

Lametably, an unfavorable scenario is when you do not have a system with enough resources, since you can not get the maximum performance of the antivirus, since it tends to freeze and make the process very slow. Also, in these moments when everything gets slow, you can not use your PC properly for another task either.

AVG AntiVirus Business Edition Support

the support and help is generally quite fast, efficient and pertinent to what you need, besides the community helps a lot by providing extra solutions quickly and clearly, something that anyone can do without having to know a lot about pc or antivirus or operating systems.
Also compared to other supports, all questions are answered, or at least those that I have had, something that in other places (Microsoft) does not always happen.



ProsCons
Quick Resolution
Good followup
Knowledgeable team
Problems get solved
Kept well informed
No escalation required
Immediate help available
Support understands my problem
Support cares about my success
Quick Initial Response
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I do not believe, because until now I am satisfied with the information and help provided by the technical support with simple questions to more complex things, so I do not think it necessary to pay anything else to get better attention and guidance than they already give. In addition, many of the usual problems can be found on the web