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Tim.Jing | 19 Dec 2012 | 0 comments

If you can imaging a picture of Mount Ranier on a cloudy day. The towering structure is only partialy revealed, clouds camouflage the snow covered cap. leaving one a guess at what could be under the blanket.

We have alot of items to migrate ahead, including:

  1. A DS structure with about 300 packages vendor command lines and MSI built from Wise.
  2. An HII image in Windwos XP that has not changed since 2009.
  3. Wise to Admin Studio conversion.
  4. Windows 7 image.
  5. App Metering to block apps(If the header reading is better than version 6)
  6. Exploring virtual applications with Workspace Streaming.
  7. Mac OS image and software deployment.
  8. Symantec MDM.
  9. Customize console and training for the Desktop and service desk groups.

 

Should be a...

tiffany_jones | 17 Dec 2012 | 0 comments

On Tuesday the Federal CIO Council released a Mobility Report.  This report highlights several customer challenges associated with supporting a mobile environments and implementing Steve VanRoekel's Federal Digital Strategy.  The challenges highlighted are consistent with the challenges that many of our government customers have articulated to Symantec:

  1. Mobile Device Management: the need to manage devices and configure them in a way that is consistent with an agency's mobile policy
  2. Mobile Application Store: the need to have a well managed application store where applications can be authorized, secured and managed consistently and centrally for an organization
  3. Identity and Access Management: the need to have appropriate identity and access management controls for mobile devices with authentication and encryption capabilities that meet federal standards 
  4. Data Standards: the need to work with industry to bridge security...
Symantec Corp. | 29 Oct 2012 | 0 comments

By Rob Greer, Vice President & General Manager, Enterprise Mobility, Symantec

Over the last few years, we’ve seen an increase in the number of new mobile operating systems. The latest example is Microsoft’s announcement today of the availability of Windows Phone 8. At Symantec, we work to ensure that our customers are able to protect and manage their data, apps, devices and users on all mobile platforms. As such, we’re pleased to announce that Symantec Mobile Management Suite – a single solution that covers mobile device management, mobile application management, and mobile security – now provides support for the new Windows Phone 8 platform.

As users start to access corporate email and other resources with their new Windows Phone 8 devices, businesses will need to protect these activities. The mobile device management component of the suite,...

hugo_parra | 09 Oct 2012 | 3 comments

Continuing our commitment to help you, our users, get the most value out of the Endpoint Management solutions, the product team is sponsoring twelve groups on Connect. In these groups, you will find the best how to videos, articles, and product extensions available. By participating in one or more of these groups (depending on your needs and interests) you will gain access to best practices and content that has been reviewed by our subject matter experts. You will also find access to insightful advice from other users and a trusted conduit for submitting ideas for new content and improvements to our product team.

All these groups are live now! We encourage you to join these sponsored groups and start collaborating with our product team to make our solutions as valuable to you as they can be.

For more information on what a sponsored group is and for instructions on how to join and contribute, see the following article:
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Pascal KOTTE | 03 Oct 2012 | 4 comments

Did you already angry because not able to export or copy/paste (text) the content of a filter ? As we were able with NS6 crying

With a report, we still are not able to copy/paste directly into Excel no It is one our feature request to Symantec enlightened thanks to vote those:

Pascal KOTTE | 03 Oct 2012 | 96 comments

2012-10-03: From news on Anthony P. blog an available release MP1 for the SP2. Reviewed 2012-10-26. Re-Reviewed 2012-11-21.

Before upgrading, you must also check this article, can change in the time and obosolete this blog a little:

http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH197966

IT Management Suite 7.1 SP2 MP1 Release Notes

here it is: http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC6052

and the IT Management Suite 7.1 SP2 MP1.1 Release Notes

http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC5955

Notice: You should install the MP1.1, that is...

ianatkin | 20 Sep 2012 | 0 comments

It's just been brought to my attention that Brian Madden yesterday posted this very interesting blog,

http://www.brianmadden.com/blogs/brianmadden/archive/2012/09/19/here-s-how-symantec-can-dominate-the-quot-new-quot-desktop-fingers-crossed-they-don-t-screw-it-up-again.aspx

Interesting to see how others on the outside see the Symantec's plays in desktop management space. 

bduckering | 18 Sep 2012 | 0 comments

Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD, is all the rage these days. However, any given organization is likely going to have some use-cases where BYOD is feasible and some use-cases where different mobility strategies are a better fit. For most enterprises, a homogeneous mobile infrastructure consisting of several different mobility strategies is going to produce the most effective, productive employees while still maintaining the levels of management and security necessary to keep sensitive corporate information safe.

Thus, companies need to look beyond BYOD and understand their total mobile story. For many, BYOD will likely be a part of the equation, but just one part. The following matrix is a simple and useful way of looking at and understanding the complexities of enterprise mobility. Again, most companies will likely find that they fit into more than one of the quadrants below.

 

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gschumm | 13 Sep 2012 | 0 comments

Recently I had the chance to speak at FedScoop’s 4th Annual Lowering the Cost of Governing with IT event. Lowering costs without slashing budgets, while at the same time providing a higher level of service to agency employees and their constituents is top-of-mind for most agencies, so I was thrilled to be included in the all-star line up.
 
Agencies themselves have two major concerns at the moment that both focus on mobility.
 
First, they are tasked with mobilizing two customer-facing services before the end of May 2013. As we approach the mobile tipping point, Federal CIO Steve VanRoekel would like to see agencies address what he sees as their biggest technology challenge – enabling secure access to digital government information and services anywhere, anytime, on any device. If it’s true that in 2015 more Americans will access the Internet via mobile devices than desktop PCs, this will be a major and necessary undertaking....

Celeste Adamson | 17 Aug 2012 | 0 comments

Are you an IT administrator at a large enterprise that is implementing or likely to implement a BYOD policy in the near future? Are you currently or likely to be involved in Mobile Device Management (MDM)/Mobile App Management (MAM) at your organization?
 
We are very interested in learning more about your environment, your role, the challenges you face in your job, the features you desire, as it relates to Mobile Device Management/Mobile App Management!
 
If you have an interest in participating in an interview session in your office where we can see you doing your daily tasks, ask you questions and learn more about you and your job role, contact sareeka_malhotra at symantec dot com. We will send you a brief questionnaire to determine a “profile fit” to ensure it will be a good use of your time.
 
If permissible by your company policy, we can offer you $200 for no more than 2...