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GFI Cuts Prices for SMBs up to 45%

Reductions reflect GFI's belief in providing quality solutions at unbeatable prices

RALEIGH, N.C. -- GFI Software, an international developer of network security, content security, and messaging software, announced today that it has cut its prices on the majority of products by up to 45 percent. This is being done to reflect GFI’s longstanding belief in providing companies in the SMB sphere with quality products at unbeatable prices.

Thanks to these new pricing bands, customers can benefit from top quality solutions that address the security and messaging requirements of small and medium sized businesses around the world, but at prices that not only suit an SMB’s budget but are unbeatable in the marketplace.

Apart from reduced prices GFI will also be offering:

  • Free ReportPacks with every product
  • Software Maintenance Agreement (SMA) included for the first year with every product
  • Anti-spam and phishing updates included for the first year with GFI MailEssentials
  • New purchasing options for GFI LANguard
  • ...and more.

The reductions apply to these products:
GFI MailEssentials – Anti-spam and anti-phishing
GFI MailSecurity – Email security with multiple anti-virus engines
GFI MailEssentials/GFI MailSecurity suite – Total anti-virus and anti-spam protection
GFI MailArchiver – Email archiving and management
GFI FAXmaker – Hassle-free fax server
GFI EventsManager – Event monitoring, management and archiving

GFI Software Ltd.

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