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muydess | 14 Jul 2010 | 0 comments

My Dell originally had Vista on it and my Sony laptop had Windows Xp Pro.  I was very unhappy with Vista and was looking forward to all of the advertised features of Windows 7 as well as figuring out the unadvertised ones.  I upgraded my Dell XPS workstation first and it went fine, but took a couple of hours because I was performing an upgrade and not a clean install.  After the upgrade from Vista completed, everything worked without any issue; I didn't need to update any drivers.  My wife loves all of the entertainment features of Windows 7 like creating stories with pictures within the OS easily.  I then installed it on my Sony laptop with 1GB of Ram and it runs better than I expected.  The networking aspects of the OS are fantastic and setting up a home network is easy (no I do not work for Microsoft).  It plays nice with my network and interacts beautifully with my Xbox 360.  I couldn't be happier with Windows 7.

JTSym | 22 Jun 2010 | 0 comments

Hi all,

Education Services are conducting a survey on Learning Styles. We are engaging in research on different mediums people use to educate themselves on technical matters.

If you are interested in participating (it should only take 10 minutes), the link is as follows:


John Tsoutis
Technical Enablement Manager for Education Services

LeslieMiller | 28 May 2010 | 0 comments
  • Do you need a product video that you can show your management team about the value of Symantec's products?
  • Would you like to share a video with your collegues about the current security threats out there?
  • Just want to spend a couple of minutes catching up on the latest happenings at Symantec?

We're excited to tell you about the launch of a great new feature at Symantec TV is your one stop for all  Symantec videos. With a slick new interface, great search capabilities, and a wide variety of programming, you just may find that SymantecTV becomes your new favorite channel.

But that isn't all, you could be a SymantecTV star. Many of the videos that our users submit to Connect may be available on SymantecTV. We continuously update the Connect offerings on the SymantecTV line up to ensure that you can find all the timely and relevant information you need. Check out the...

Deirdre Sena | 08 Apr 2010 | 0 comments

Each year, as we start thinking about the next iteration of the Internet Security Threat Report, the PR team collaborates with the Security Response researchers about the security trends and incidents that will be prominent in the report. But we’re all on the front lines and are very familiar with what’s been happening on the threat landscape. So, we thought this year we’d expand the challenge to you through a Twitter contest and ask you: How well can you predict what Internet security trends you will see in the latest report?”

Here’s what you need to do:

1- Follow Symantec’s ThreatIntel Twitter account, and watch for us to ask what security trends you think will be mentioned in this year’s Internet Security Threat Report.

2- Be the first to @ reply with a security trend...

riva11 | 08 Apr 2010 | 6 comments

If you are curious to see how Symantec Connect looks like on Apple Ipad, here is a simulation :

Please note , this image is coming from a iPad simulator ( ) a good site to simulate the iPad’s web browser. Of course the best example could be using a new iPad devices ...


Ramprasad_Rajaraman | 08 Mar 2010 | 0 comments

 On a day today basis, so many natural disaster happen in this world and we people are looking for mechanism to prevent the same or detect the same initially itself. We are speaking of so many new technologies and we are not at all working it out. Think of the incidents like Missing Chopper of a CM in India, Tsunami which struck the Eastern Coast of India, Missing AirFrance in the Atlantic. Like this there are so many incidents, which keeps annoying technology people on how to initially detect or how to find the missing things once the disaster has happened. The lack of usage in technology in many of the developed nation is the reason for the same. 

We are spending lots and lots of amount for rescue and search operation when a disaster like this has happened. If we have taken an extra mile in implementing the technology in the natural or unexpected diasters, these kind of rescue operations will be made simple and in some times, we can even...
Patrick E. Spencer | 17 Feb 2010 | 0 comments

The January 2010 issue of CIO Digest is now available, featuring a cover story on the role information security plays in protecting The Coca-Cola Company’s brand, an Executive Q&A with Symantec's CIO and Group President of Symantec Services Group David Thompson, and various other interviews with C-level thought leaders from organizations around the world such as Nordea Bank AB, the Australian Sports Commission, and...

LeslieMiller | 14 Jan 2010 | 47 comments

I'm sure you, like me, watch the disaster unfolding in Haiti and wish that there was someway you could help.  Now, users of Connect can help. Simply redeem your Connect Rewards points for the United Way donation, and your donation will go to the United Way Worldwide Disaster Relief Fund. Gifts to the Fund support long-term recovery efforts to rebuild lives and infrastructure devastated by disaster and to address educational, financial and health-related challenges.

In addition, Connect will match whatever our users donate through the rewards program* so your contribution really is worth double.

To help, redeem here.

For more information about the United Way Worldwide Disaster Relief Fund, or to make a cash donation, please visit here.

*up to $5,000.

Ludovic Ferre | 01 Dec 2009 | 0 comments

 I have started using connect for real only about a month ago, when I decided to post my PMS Automation article (after I had to use it happily, I thought it was silly to keep it for myself only).

Since I have written a few articles, and one major feature that came out of it is the template I do use for formatting the articles with standard table of content, introduction, content and conclusion, so I thought I'd share the template here in case others are interested.

Here's the html (also attached to this post for a quick view of the results), you'll notice it's short and sweet (well, me saying it's sweet is like self praising, but I really value efficient when it comes to code):

<h3 id="home">Content:</h3>
    <li><a href="#introduction">Introduction</a></li>
    <li><a href="#paragraph1">Paragraph 1 title</a></li>
    <li><a href="#...
LeslieMiller | 25 Nov 2009 | 36 comments

We invite you to participate in the Connect Usability Study.

We want to know how you use Connect. The purpose of this study is to obtain general feedback about the Connect site. The results of the research will help Symantec to provide you with an improved customer experience.

We will be conducting remote usability sessions in the form of a 60-minute one-on-one telephone interview, on a date and time of your choice between 7 Dec 09 and 18 Dec 09. All participants will receive $100 and 100 Connect Points in return for their time and feedback.

If that sounds like something you would be interested in, please answer a few quick questions here. Please note that all your information will be kept private and secure.