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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

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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EMEA Industry Analyst Conference 2013, December 2nd – 3rd, Reading UK

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EMEA Symantec 4.0 Analyst Day, June 18th, Reading UK

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New blog entry 17 Jan 2014
FireEye’s recent acquisition of incident response and forensics specialist Mandiant for around $1 billion has been a real high profile eye catcher. The move greatly broadens the FireEye product and services portfolio, of course, although the cost of ...
New blog entry 16 Jan 2014
Having conducted my entire career in the world of information technology, I (like the majority of my peers) am very used to and inspired by questions that begin with “could we..?”. The technology arena exists, is focused on and is inspired by the art ...
New blog entry 13 Jan 2014
As we are all aware, information is expanding at a staggering rate. World data in 2010 was estimated at 1.2 zetabytes, expected to rise to 7.9ZB in 2015 and, in 2020, to 40ZB, with something like 30 billion connected devices in the next few years. ...
New blog entry 06 Jan 2014
Identity management was never easy. The basic need for identity is that of ‘non-repudiation’ - assurance that a person is who they say they are - as used to authenticate and authorise individuals to use IT resources, or enable access to web sites and ...
New blog entry 02 Jan 2014
Based on discussions we are having across our customer base, we know that the Internet of Things (IoT) is a growing phenomenon. It’s not particularly new - after all, organisations have been monitoring the state of their buildings and equipment, ...
New blog entry 19 Dec 2013
Information is – slowly – moving outside the database. And it’s everywhere. Businesses want to get their hands on all the data that really matters, wherever it resides, because that is the strategy that will ensure they stay ahead of the game. More and ...
New blog entry 16 Dec 2013
In my previous blog I talked about the as-is state of enterprise security. Now I’d like to paint a picture of a much better future state that I believe is achievable, and then I’ll tell you how we can make that state a reality. First, in our ideal ...
New blog entry 10 Dec 2013
Few areas of IT seem to be gaining as much attention at the moment as cloud orchestration, as represented by OpenStack and CloudStack, VMWare and the like. The debates in the blogosphere and on social media could suggest nothing short of all-out ...
New blog entry 21 Nov 2013
This blog will discuss a vision for ‘to-be state’ of enterprise security and targeted attack protection, and is the last part of this blog series. Part 1: The Future State of Cyber-security Part 2: The Future State of Cyber-security In my ...