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Donna T | 12 Apr 2010 | 0 comments

I’ve never worked on an assembly line, but every time I picture it, I remember the hiliarious ILove Lucy episode where she’s eating chocolates off of a fast-moving conveyor belt. I’m always amazed that in the real world, a row of people (or machines), each doing some isolated job, can pop out a complex product at the end of the line, without creating chaos.

LG Display used to experience assembly-line glitches that were extremely expensive and caused significant downtime—a far cry from the I Love Lucy episode. The company manufactures display panels for electronics in a fully automated process, and glitches in its MES software would completely stop assembly, at a cost of up to US$24 million per incident. But since rolling out Symantec storage, clustering, and backup solutions, LG Display has kept its MES up 24x7.
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Sheri Atwood | 27 Aug 2009 | 1 comment

Symantec Super Session at VMworld 2009: Wednesday, September 2 at 10:00 AM

Of course I may be a little biased because I will be presenting, but there are a lot of reasons why you should make Symantec’s Super Session a priority during your VMworld 2009 experience

Steve Morton, Vice President of Product Marketing, and myself will present on strategies and best practice around pain points customers have faced during virtualization deployments

Steve has threatened to change the format on me, live on stage, and I am hoping this isn’t true. However, he is known to be a joker so I guess I will just have to wait and see what happens

Our goal is to share examples of how others have solved complex virtualization problems. You will see how a municipality in Florida was able to reduce a half-day virtual machine recovery to 15 minutes. This cut their backup time by 96% using Symantec solutions. Data protection and storage management...