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This group hosts detailed presentation materials and other relevant information to support the research of the Industry Analyst community. Please request membership if you would like to access the below materials.

 

Symantec Edition - Monthly Webcast for Industry Analysts

We invite you to hear from Symantec experts on a variety of topics for industry analysts. In these one hour sessions, we will articulate Symantec’s strategy around hot topics and trends such as cloud computing, BYOD, information explosion, to name a few as well as host a Q&A session.

Please contact Esther Kim in the Symantec Industry Analyst Relations team for more information.

Previous Webcasts

 

Events

Unified Security Analyst Day, 10th December 2014, Reading UK

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Vision Symposium London, 21st – 22nd October, London UK

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Vision Symposium Munich, 8th – 9th July, Munich Germany

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Unified Information Management Analyst Day,18th June, Reading UK

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Worldwide Industry Analyst Conference 2014, 5th May, Las Vegas US

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UK Cyber Security Industry Analyst Event, April 2nd, Reading UK

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Group Activity

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New blog entry 28 Jul 2014
Symantec is in transition and so, too, are the problems that customers are asking us to solve. We believe that the time to simplify and integrate one of the industry’s broadest portfolios is now, refocusing on what’s needed most, in order to fulfil ...
New blog entry 24 Jul 2014
The recent visit of several industry analysts in Symantec's UK office created the perfect opportunity to provide insights into Symantec's Unified Information Management Strategy and the Information Fabric Platform that underpins this strategy. Paul ...
New blog entry 21 Jul 2014
Vision Channel Day, 8th July 2014 | Vision Symposium, 9th July 2014 In 2014, Symantec is creating a multi-day, flagship event, Vision Las Vegas, which will kick off a series of two-day events in cities throughout Europe, Asia, and South America. Vision ...
New blog entry 15 Jul 2014
An ongoing debate is about the location of antivirus - whether it should happen within a virtual machine or outside of it, in the management/hypervisor layer.   This question becomes increasingly important when considering software-defined ...
New blog entry 14 Jul 2014
Trends are complicated things. Consider, for example, the threat often called Ransomware. In our annual Internet Security Threat Report, all signs were that it was following a steady growth path which would continue into 2014. However, more up to date ...
New blog entry 01 Jul 2014
Customers, partners and analysts gathered together to hear the latest on Symantec’s unified vision for its security portfolio and insights on the company’s new Managed Security Services – Advanced Threat Protection (MSS – ATP). Held at the Raffles ...
New blog entry 26 Jun 2014
If there is one message that Symantec would like you, the analyst community, to recognise and take on board right now, it is this: We are not slowing down in the least. Symantec has real momentum and conviction around where it wants and plans to be – ...
New blog entry 05 Jun 2014
Symantec recently announced an entirely new approach to advanced threat protection (http://bit.ly/1mR5qsS) unveiling a roadmap of integrated solutions that demonstrates the security innovation power that only it can deliver to help customers solve ...
New blog entry 05 Jun 2014
In a previous blog, I described a number of dilemmas around cybersecurity - notably how its presence as a board room topic sits uneasily with the IT department’s poor perception of security, which couples with an increasing realisation that cyber ...
New blog entry 29 May 2014
All too often, technology is subject to the law of unintended consequences - a great, positive example is SMS, which was originally planned as a tool for maintenance alerts. Less positive is the exploitation of the humble macro system in documents ...