Protect Your Business From Computer Viruses!

Turn on the news and there it is, another computer virus. While we are sure you have taken the basic precautions to ensure your computer integrity, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

With a little common sense and a dose of protection, you can fend off even the most wicked troubles and sinister Internet viruses. Updating your software regularly is critical.

An anti-virus software program will scan your existing files and folders, check new documents and programs, and perform periodic checks of your system for viruses. If a virus is found on your computer, the tools can help to eliminate it and repair your files.

Check out this link for a list of anti-virus vendors if you're in the market for a dose of prevention.

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