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LeslieMiller | 01 Sep 2010 | 0 comments

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juengas | 26 Aug 2010 | 3 comments

We had a consultant set our E-discovery environment. At this time we have three Exchange severs with about 700 users. He also set up three E-Discovery servers in each site. At this time the servers are configure as the following; C:drive 100 GB, I:drive (Indexes) 600 GB and the V:drive (Vault) 700 GB. My question is do we need all that space for the I: Drive or can we shrink the drive space to a lower amount with out the possibility for running out of the space for the Index's further down the road?

Thanks,

Screenbert | 24 Aug 2010 | 2 comments

Boy meets OS. Both are driven in their careers, with Screenbert working as a Systems Administrator and Windows XP  working as reliable operating System. They are pushed to the breaking point after their latest, "Why can't you do this one little thing for me?" argument. Screenbert believes he should have the latest and greatest features and deserves more thereby drawing attention to XP's inflexibility. XP, on the other hand, believes she should have free time to herself after long working days and really doesn't need to provide updates for years on end. Here's the story of how it went down.
 
XP Savings vs. W7 Technology
 
Anytime you have a single OS you are certainly saving money in costs related to training, support and other areas. Your entire TCO is lower. We have been successfully using a single operating system for years and many IS team members have forgotten what it was like to support two...

Zahid.Haseeb | 17 Aug 2010 | 0 comments

Don’t be nightmare for others

I don’t want to share a story which was the worst experience of mine or which may leads you to stop going migration/ up gradation to a superb OS. My experiences are mostly well when I go for migration/up gradation.

You can start migrate/upgrade activity one more time or plenty of times if there is something bad happen while doing this but the situation can be disastrous if you don’t have data backup and there is something bad happen with data while doing this activity

My priority always keeps myself on safe side whenever I do upgrade Software’s, Devices or Operating System because I never wanted to be a nightmare for others. You may have seen or listen that someone’s data is deleted while migration/up gradation because accidently did new installation except upgrade the operating system or formatted the drive while up gradation/migration. To be save we need to keep few pre...

Pamela Reese | 06 Jul 2010 | 1 comment

Symantec held its annual Symantec Government Symposium on June 22 in Washington, D.C.  The Government Symposium is a one-day annual event devoted to the public sector and its partners. The event brings together government IT, security and business professionals to discuss challenges and opportunities related to sharing critical information among public sector agencies – as well as with the private sector and citizens – while protecting sensitive data and complex IT infrastructures.
 
More than 1,100 people attended the event, including more than 600 government attendees. Impactful keynote speeches were given by Howard Schmidt, cyber security coordinator in the executive office of the president, and Maj. Gen. Suzanne M. Vautrinot, who serves as director of plans and policy, U.S. Cyber Command, U.S. Strategic Command.  In addition, Symantec CEO Enrique Salem spoke about how government agencies can better secure and manage their data.
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the inquisitor | 03 Jun 2010 | 2 comments

I've deleted my Norton Antispam folder from Outlook and am having trouble getting it back with no lost functionality - any clues please?

LeslieMiller | 28 May 2010 | 0 comments
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We're excited to tell you about the launch of a great new feature at Symantec.com. 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...

Nicole Kenyon | 27 May 2010 | 0 comments

Listen to Symantec's 2010 Financial Analyst Day live event webcast on Symantec’s Investor Relations website at www.symantec.com/invest. The event will feature presentations by executives and is a great opportunity to hear directly from Symantec’s senior management and business leaders about the company’s vision, strategic direction and growth initiatives.
 
The event starts at 8 am ET / 5am PT.  If you cannot attend the live webcast, an archive of the event, presentations and transcripts will be available within 24 hours of the event on the investor relations website. A full agenda of the meeting is also available there.  
 
To round out the day, Symantec will also be part of the NASDAQ closing bell ceremony.  To view the event go to the...

LeslieMiller | 20 May 2010 | 4 comments

Yesterday Symantec announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire VeriSign’s identity and authentication business, which includes the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificate Services, the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Services, the VeriSign Trust Services and the VeriSign Identity Protection (VIP) Authentication Service.

"With this acquisition, we extend our strategy to create the most trusted brand for protecting information and identities online. The VeriSign check mark is the most recognized symbol of trust online with more than 175 million impressions every day on more than 90,000 websites in 160 countries. Symantec’s security solutions and the company’s Norton-branded suites protect more than one billion systems and users around the world. By bringing these security assets together, Symantec will become the leading source of trust online."

- Enrique Salem, President and Chief Executive Officer, Symantec

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Turner D. | 09 Apr 2010 | 0 comments

In response to Spencer Parkinson's blog post : Symantec Wins STAR Award For Service Excellence In Mission Critical Support By Industry Association October 22nd, 2009.   

We are a smb with mission critical applications utilizing Veritas Volume Mgr. and Storage Foundation HA solutions, with both Oracle and SQLServer, on Solaris (since 2000) and Windows (since 2006).   We spend over $50,000 a year on Tier 1 maintenance fees for these products.

1)  We noticed a few years ago a change in weekend support coverage where in the middle of the East Coast morning there is a coverage change.   Obviously for many sites 10am Saturday morning is smack in the middle of their maintenance windows.  In the middle of cluster upgrades we have had to reorient a new engineer on the status of a particular issue obviously costing us valuable time.

2)  In the past 3 months  it's absolutely...