FULL VIDEO TRANSCRIPT:
Hi. I’m Eric Murcia. I’m the CEO here at Pit Crew Technologies in San Antonio, Texas. And I wanted to welcome you to our very first segment of Tech Tip Tuesdays.
Tech Tip Tuesday is something that we’ve had on our minds to do for a very long time… something I’m very passionate about. And it all revolves around getting solid information out to our users. Things they can actually use and apply in their day-to-day transactions, utilizing technology. You know really information that’s going to be useful to anybody. Not just businesses, but anybody in general who utilizes computers.
So with the heightened awareness lately on security, I figured that would be a good place for us to start with. It all kind of stems from a question I get asked on a constant basis which is,
“Hey, Eric. I don’t have antivirus at home. How do I get antivirus on my computers at home that aren’t supported by you guys.”
I usually get a lot of surprise when I tell people that they are able to get antivirus for free. What I mean by that is not some free dumbed-down version of a product, but actual, real antivirus via their internet service provider (ISP). Most people don’t know, but the fee you’re already paying to your internet provider also provides you with a lot of additional services and things. One of those happens to be antivirus.
Antivirus from AT&T
So without delaying much further, I’ll go ahead and show you if you’re an AT&T customer or you’re a Spectrum (or Charter or whatever they’re called today) customer, you’ll be able to log in and access that information
The first thing that you want to do is obviously go out to att.com, and in this particular case, I’m already logged in. So I’ll go ahead and go to my profile. That’s where you’re going to want to go. Once you’re loaded up and logged in to AT&T, if you click on the “myAT&T” area, and go to Accounts & services, that should bring you to a section that looks very similar to this.