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FranRosch | 18 Feb 2013 | 0 comments

Successful technology adoption requires managing the drawbacks while maximizing the benefits, and few trends today illustrate this better than mobility. We’re seeing a wide variety in the degree to which organizations are allowing employees to use mobile devices for business, as well as the amount of control they are exerting over devices and applications. To see the results of these different philosophies and determine how organizations can get the most out of their mobile deployment, Symantec surveyed more than 3,000 organizations, from SMBs to large enterprises.

Innovators and Traditionals

We asked the businesses about their level of involvement with mobility, and noted two distinct groups among the...

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,...

bduckering | 17 May 2012 | 0 comments

In October of 2010, Symantec publicly announced its mobile protection strategy, defining a new era in how Symantec secures and manages the information and identities of consumers, businesses and governments in an increasingly mobile world. At its core, the announcement laid out our protection strategy and approach for enterprises, consumers and communication service providers.

That approach is still at the core of how Symantec is addressing the larger mobility trend. However, we continue to strengthen and refine our approach as advancements in mobility develop and changes to the mobile threat landscape evolve. In that regard, Symantec announced some significant advancements to its overall mobile strategy in February of this year and demonstrated that we have delivered on our mobile strategy. Some of those advancements hinged on the acquisition of Odyssey Software.

Odyssey...