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Symantec Technical Strategy 100

Public Group | Founded: 16 Dec 2009 | Serving 122 members

Join 100 of the most knowledgeable IT specialists in the world to share ideas that will maximize value and ensure that our products are completely aligned to your technical challenges. With you, we will establish a community of VERITAS software experts to make the most of your investments in Symantec, both now and in the future.

At Symantec, we believe that it is vital we work closely with the individuals who rely on our VERITAS software.

We have specifically targeted you as one of the industry's leading technical minds in storage and availability management and as an established user of our technology you're are invited to become an active member on the Symantec Technical Strategy 100 community.

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New blog entry 11 Jun 2014
Usually we showcase customer and partner success stories in this area for you to find out how Symantec's storage and clustering products help our cutomers keep their data centers up and running. Today's stories even include one about ...
New idea 10 Sep 2013
Windows 7 has a presentation mode that can be leveraged by other applications to delay activity. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms695534%28v=vs.85%29.aspx This request is for SEP antivirus scans to monitor for presentation mode being active ...
New blog entry 25 Jun 2013
The term 'sprawl' seems to be gaining momentum in IT circles. The culprit, we are told, is virtualisation: while creating, duplicating and even cloning new virtual machines may be much simpler than procuring their physical equivalents, ...
New blog entry 25 Jun 2013
With many organisations giving cloud computing serious consideration, a question we are often asked is, "Should we be putting our data in the cloud?" Organisations should be concerned about their data, wherever it is - it's a strategic ...
New blog entry 25 Jun 2013
Over the years, I've seen a fair few maturity models applied to systems managementand IT service delivery, a while back “organic IT”, then “utility computing” and more recently to private cloud computing. In general they ...