Case Study: San Diego Gastroenterology Medical Associates
sponsored by ESET

In this case study you’ll learn about San Diego Gastroenterology Medical Associates (SDGMA)’s systems and how they recently got connected to the Internet, so its antivirus history has been fairly brief. A couple years ago its antivirus software, then Norton, started sending all network users daily popups that the software was set to expire, and that it was time to renew.

Adding to the long list of troubles were lengthy updates that would slow certain computers to a crawl, and the fact that upgrading to the next version would require manually uninstalling and reinstalling the software. The company needed something easier and quicker to install than what they were using.

Read this case to find out what they did.

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