AVG Technologies Introduces MultiMi Beta
Article by George Norman
On 22 Jul 2011
AVG Technologies, the Czech company that provides antivirus and security software products for home and business users, introduced an interesting new product yesterday, the 20th of July, 2011. The new product in question is called MultiMi; you’re supposed to read that name Multi Me.

MultiMi is available for download as a Beta, free of charge. AVG Technologies explained that MultiMi is meant to provide a “revolutionary way to stay connected and manage your digital life.” What the app does is it provides a centralized location from which you can access all your PC files, email accounts, social networking sites (Facebook. Twitter and LinkedIn are supported of course) and cloud services (YouTube, Flickr. Google Docs, and other cloud storage services).

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MultiMi was developed by Zbang It LTD, technology company that provides simple and efficient solutions for managing the overwhelming quantity of content that people share on a daily basis, and is kept safe by AVG Technoligies. AVG LinkScanner is built into MultiMi, thus offering protection against potentially dangerous sites. As AVG Technologies explained, LinkScanner is meant to “give users the peace of mind that all their information is organized easily and communication is safe from online threats.”

AVG Technologies CEO had this to comment on MultiMi: “As people spend more time online and use multiple platforms to engage, we are constantly searching for ways to simplify, improve and better secure their online experience. AVG is excited to announce MultiMi™; a cutting-edge and intuitive tool to help people manage their online communications in an easy and enjoyable way.” He added that: “AVG wants to enable people to reach their digital potential by reassuring them that their digital life is safe from external threats. With MultiMi™ we are excited to add to our secure wave of products, using innovative technology to expand into new areas applying our 20 years of security expertise.”

If you would like to get the Beta version of MultiMi, you can download it free of charge here.
If you would like to check out a video presentation of MultiMi, one is available on YouTube here.




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