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Whether it's a virus hidden in an email, an unexpected server
crash, or someone hacking into online transactions, threats to your nonprofit's
or library's data and computers are always there. Protect your donor, client,
and project information across your entire network of "endpoints"
(desktops, laptops, and servers) with Symantec's donated enterprise-level security software.
Endpoint Protection suites guard against
botnets, viruses, worms, Trojan horses, rootkits, spam, and spyware. Plus, they
take your organization's security one step further with firewalls to block
phishing, adware, and intrusion.
Endpoint Protection Small Business Edition(Admin Fee: $4)For organizations with 5 to 100 endpoints.
Endpoint Protection(Admin Fee: $5)For organizations with 100+ endpoints.
Protection Suite Small Business Edition(Admin Fee: $5) For organizations with 5 to 100 endpoints. This suite also
includes Symantec Endpoint Protection, Symantec Mail Security, and Symantec
System Recovery Small Business Server Edition 2011(Admin Fee: $58)This backup and recovery solution uses disk imaging (basically
taking snapshots of your systems) to protect your Microsoft Small Business
If a disaster renders your organization's servers inoperable, System
Recovery lets you quickly restore the entire system, or even just individual
files and folders.
Backup Exec 2010 R3(Admin Fee: $116)This software provides continuous data protection for single
servers; multiple servers; application servers like Exchange, UNIX, and Linux
servers; a storage area network; desktop computers; notebook computers; and
virtual environments. Plus, if you're running Windows Small Business Server
2003/2008, there's a version of Backup Exec optimized
just for it (admin fee: $106).
We have a variety of security-related articles, webinars, and
community discussions to help you get the most out of your software's
Patrick Duggan | TechSoup Digital Marketing Manager
Patrick, Do you buy one for each of your endpoints? Does this have to be renewed each year? If so, do you renew with Symantec or through Tech Soup?
Not sure if this is the right place, but to answer antlerslibrary, One license per computer, Yes, you need to renew each year, and you can renew with either, but I would use Techsoup as it will save you a lot of $$. Not sure what the current pricing is for license from Symantec themselves, but it is considerably more than Techsoup's $5 per seat. Hope this helps.
I purchased SEP 2015 for all of my endpoints last year and it is time to renew - does that mean I need to reinstall on all of the endpoints again after I renew with you?