Symantec Vision 2013 has finally arrived--with four days of information, experts, and activities to help you do your job better and make the most of your investment in Symantec technology. So settle in and get ready for a great week at the biggest and most productive Vision conference yet.
Don't Miss Tomorrow's Opening Keynote
Make sure you set your alarm for tomorrow's opening keynote featuring Symantec President and CEO Steve Bennett, Symantec President of Products and Services Francis deSouza, and many other leading Symantec experts. You'll get an exclusive insider's look into Symantec's forward-looking new strategy for solving higher-order problems for your business--and gain unique insights into what it takes to keep your business safe, compliant, and up and running in the face of today's most pressing challenges and trends. Don't forget to come early to grab some breakfast and take your seats by 8:45 am to be...
We want to hear from you, so that we can build the best possible customer experiences for you. Look for our booth near the registration area and stop in to tell us about your experience with Symantec products or services.You can enter to win one of our daily drawings or our grand prize a Wii U full game console package by simply recording a 30 second video at our Symantec Customer First Booth at Vision, Las Vegas!
Daily drawing Wed and Thurs – iPad mini (1 each day)
Final overall drawing after event – Wii U game pack (we will give away 2)
Recently a former colleague contacted me through LinkedIn and I started to reflect on the time we worked together. These memories inspired me to draw some parallels from that time in the history of technology to the way things are in 2013.
Today there is a rush that is similar to the heady days of the eProcurement/eCommerce and other phenomena. Back then, many solutions came bounding forward to claim that, if new frontiers were to be conquered, using their solution was the only way to do it! Many solid solutions that were around at that time are still in use today, whilst a lot of the newcomers failed. Some in spectacular style! Of course there were some more mature solutions that did go by the way side. But, with a bit of forethought and the sensible use of new technology at the appropriate time, investments were maximized and businesses moved forward.
I am reminded of this today when I look at the desire, and in some sense the need, to move to the...
Over the course of the past decade and a half, I have worked with several different "Single Sign-On" or at least "Reduced Sign-On" Solutions. All from large reputable companies, like IBM, Oracle, Sun, Quest, Microsoft...
Most of these were limited to one or two authentication types, and relied...
Symantec Web Security.cloud blocks web-borne virus, spyware and phishing threats and controls web traffic through URL filtering, enabling enforcement of Web acceptable use policies. Download the attached data sheet to learn more.
MONDAY, APRIL 15
1:00 PM ·· 2:00 PM
Breakout Session | NetBackup 7.6 for VMware – Taking VMware Data Protection to New Levels
If you are not yet using NetBackup for VMware, these new capabilities will convince you otherwise! In this session, learn about the simplicity and value of six important new NetBackup technologies for VM protection.
2:15 PM ·· 3:15 PM
Breakout Session | What’s New in NetBackup – The Vision and Roadmap
This session introduces upcoming NetBackup features, outlines the NetBackup vision, and discusses the NetBackup roadmap. Discover best practices that enable you and your organization to triumph over data growth, unite virtual and physical machine data protection, and...
Did you know that organizations faced an average of 16 system outages in 2011? Business Continuity is more than protecting sprawling data, meeting Service Level Agreements, and stopping security threats. Continuity must be maintained while embracing virtualization, cloud and other new technologies. Disruption looms on all sides: security threats, configuration errors, power outages, natural disasters, and technology upgrades. How many people and separate tools do you need to get your applications, systems, and information restored in the event of a disaster?
Join us at Vision to learn about achieving Business Continuity to keep your environment available no matter what happens. Check out these sessions: