McAfee All Access brings Unity in Diversity
Versatility is the culture today; attribute it to the broad mindedness of the society that has learned to accept all customs, languages, races, and all traversing through the length and breadth of the humanity. How come technology can be an exception? Certainly, not; nowadays, PC, Mac, tablets, Smartphones, etc. are things of common appearance at every home or office. And when you are dwelling with diverse technologies and gadgets, it becomes hard to manage them all. There are some aspects where you can compromise but security is such a topic that should not be given a miss at any cost. Considering this several security players have come up with their consolidated security solutions that can work with diverse platforms but with a single-console-management. Hence, security has been simplified.
McAfee All Access at $99.99 seems to be a good security software that can work with Windows (XP, Vista, 7), Apple OS X 10.5 or higher, Android 2.1 higher, BlackBerry 4.5, 4.6, 4.7, 5.0, 6.0 and Symbian S60 3rd and 5th Edition. So whether you are at home or on the go, the McAfee protection will go along. Thereby giving you the privilege to connect, surf, socialize online, and work on your system safely without falling victim to viruses, scammers, cyber bullies, and identity thieves. With McAfee security you can even track, lock, or remotely wipe your missing smartphone or tablet. The suit is an amalgamation of all security features including anti-virus, anti-spyware, and anti-phishing. Powered with McAfee Active Protection, the software boasts to provide real-time protection against suspicious malware. Two-way Firewall will protect leaking of data across the endpoints. Color coded browser advisor mitigates the risk associated with online banking and shopping. It houses encryption feature that encrypts all sensitive information on your machine. Wireless Network Protection—Blocks data thieves and other network users from seeing passwords and personal files on your PC when you share your home wireless network. The product comes with a pre-install scan feature to disinfect your system in advance.
McAfee Support is to take care of any prevalent issues that you may encounter with your McAfee product. Experts can take the remote access of your system to install, activate, update, upgrade and repair as per demand. The mode of troubleshooting is quite basic; they first listen to what you say, assess the system compatibility and then reinstall or update McAfee software as per its specifications. They can also diagnose issues related to browser, email, instant messenger, social network, and others. In case of infected system, experts can manually unravel the built-in components of the Windows like event viewer, registry settings, action center/security center etc. to remove unwanted guests from your PC. Similar troubleshooting is also available for Mac, tablets and smartphones irrespective of their OS.
Experts at McAfee Help portal will also configure the browser, email, firewall and the integrated features of the McAfee products to make sure that all online transactions can be accomplished in an error-free and secure manner. However, also give attention to Internet security etiquettes; keep operating system updated with the latest service and compatibility packs. And don’t forget to scan removable hard-drive before transferring and sharing data. Always, keep an alternative for your valued photos, music, and personal and financial files.
- About Author:
The author is a technician at Techvedic technologies, a firm that delivers end to end Mcafee Support to clients. Mcafee Security, Mcafee Help, computer technical support, Mcafee Number are few services offered at this one platform along with many others.
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