Monday, September 15, 2008

Free Symantec Software For Lenovo Notebooks

Sick and tired of pre-installed antivirus software that limits itself on what it can do? Then fear not: Symantec has just announced that it will be distributing its Norton Internet Security with free subscription to users who purchase a Lenovo notebook.

According to a joint press release by Lenovo and Symantec, the Norton Internet Security software will come with a ‘90-day subscription at no extra charge.' This means that users who purchase a Lenovo Ideapad will be able to protect their computers for three months with full access to the Internet Security software features.

Symantec's Vice President of Worldwide Consumer Marketing, Erin Hintz said, "Symantec is pleased to offer Norton Internet Security via Lenovo's widely-acclaimed IdeaPad laptops. With its expanded channel and expanded portfolio, Lenovo is committed to delivering consumer PCs that are versatile, functional, and now equipped with the world's leading security."

In addition, Lenovo's Vice President for Worldwide Consumer Marketing, Craig Merrigan said, "With rising threats and increasing concerns about online safety, we are pleased to have Norton protecting our customers. By pre-installing Norton's security solutions on all of our IdeaPads, we will offer our customers a trusted, world-class security solution to help protect their laptop, their data, and their identity - giving them peace of mind."

See: www.lenovo.com/au

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