AVG Technologies To Sponsor MSPWORLD® 2013 Conference In Orlando March 21-22

AVG Technologies N.V. (NYSE: AVG), the provider of Internet and mobile security to 146 million active users (as of December 31, 2012), today announced that it is sponsoring the upcoming MSPAlliance MSPWorld™ Conference in Orlando, FL. Recognized worldwide as the premier gathering for managed service providers (MSPs), the Managed Services Conference is being held March 21-22, 2013. Sessions at the MSPAlliance Conference will address a wide range of topics, including pricing, cloud computing, automated service and support, security and data protection.

“We are delighted to support MSPAlliance’s MSPWorld 2013 Conference, one of the oldest, cloud and managed IT services conferences in existence,” said Luke Walling, Vice President of Sales and Operations for AVG Technologies. “AVG looks forward to participating and engaging with the partner community on some of the most important topics in the managed services industry – including cloud-based IT and security services.”

AVG® CloudCare™ provides an easy-to-use cloud based administrative platform that allows remote deployment and management of IT and security services for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) at an affordable price. The cloud-based IT administration platform is provided to partners free of charge enabling them to roll out “pay-as-you-go” services that make it easier for them to manage and protect their small business customers. Free remote management tools, one-click service and user activation plus easy policy deployment help save time and reduce the need for onsite visits – allowing partners to serve even the smallest customer more profitably. Additional benefits include sales alerts and one-click reporting to help demonstrate partners’ added value. For more information about AVG CloudCare go to http://www.avg.com/us-en/cloudcare.

Comprised of nearly 20,000 member companies, the MSPAlliance is committed to increasing the reliability and dependability of managed mission-critical IT services. The MSPAlliance accreditation program and code of ethics empowers companies to improve their respective return on investment in technology procurement and implementation.

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