People like sticking with brands they know and AVG is definitely a household name in antivirus protection even since it was acquired by Avast last year.
And while there are a few performance issues, which we will come to, AVG's business antivirus offering is pretty good and ticks the affordability box (c.£23 per PC/year).
If you're after an antivirus that you can just download and get going, you'd be hard pushed to find a set up as simple as AVG's.
You'll be able to get up and running with little effort whatsoever. In fact, its simplistic outlook continues onto its control centre, which is simple and stripped back, while being totally functional.
And while its dashboard is simplistic, AVG Antivirus Business is feature-rich, providing remote device management, file server security, network antivirus, browser protection, a firewall and email protection.
Antivirus testers AV-test.org showed that AVG did suffer some performance issues. It slowed down when accessing websites more than the industry average and it also generated some false detections of malware, again above the industry average.
It still remains a top player though, providing 100 percent protection against 'malware attacks, inclusive of web and e-mail threats'. So let's not write it off.