Symantec and VMware Accelerate Business Critical Virtualization and Help Customers and Partners Confidently Transition to the Cloud
Symantec now offers more than 100 integrations with VMware cloud infrastructure.
Violin Memory Introduces Data Management at the Speed of Memory
Violin and Symantec deliver Flash-optimized data management capabilities for highly virtualized environments.
Symantec Big Data Solution Makes Apache Hadoop Enterprise Ready
Leveraging partnership with Hortonworks, Cluster File System technology enables customers to get timely business insights with their existing infrastructure.
Symantec and Red Hat Announce Joint Solutions for Enhanced Reliability, Disaster Recovery and Performance
An expanded collaboration between Symantec and Red Hat is announced.
Symantec to Deliver Disaster Recovery as a Service on Windows Azure
Storage Foundation HA for Windows to provide business continuity through Windows Azure from Microsoft.
HD Supply Saves Millions of Dollars by Deploying Symantec’s Clustering and Storage Management Software
Industry-leading wholesale distribution company HD Supply implemented its Symantec Storage Foundation High Availability and Veritas Operations Manager software solutions to help it consolidate 22 data centers into three.
Headquartered in Atlanta, HD Supply is doing for wholesale distribution what The Home Depot did for home repair: rolling up multiple businesses offering strong value, service, and convenience—all powered by an efficient supply chain. To get IT cost-efficiency and fast time value it needs, they migrated to a commodity Linux platform, saving $8 million but running into reliability challenges. HD Supply turned to Symantec and Agilysys, Inc. for a clustering and storage management solution.
A business value analysis by Alchemy Group found that Symantec software and services delivered projected savings of more than $3.429 million in just over four years at 012 Smile.Communications―a leading player in Israel’s highly competitive telecommunications market. These savings represent labor productivity gains for both IT staff and end users as well as cost avoidance for storage, server maintenance, and power usage.
Orange Business Services
Conquests 2015 is an apt name for France Telecom-Orange’s new corporate strategy. Over the next three years, technology will play a vital role in helping one of Europe’s leading telecommunications companies conquer new levels of growth, customer service, and innovation. Here, France Telecom-Orange’s CIO explains how an integrated Symantec solution is inspiring a business-led approach to technology transformation.
LIG Insurance Co., Ltd.
Lower total cost of ownership and improved system availability were central business drivers in a mainframe to UNIX migration initiative for LIG Insurance Co. Ltd. Managing Director of Business Planning and 2006 Visionary, Joongwon Kwon, led the migration initiative which included standardization of the data center software infrastructure on Symantec Data Center Foundation tools and implementation assistance from Symantec Consulting Services and Symantec Partner 3SSoft Co., Ltd.
Shanghai Pudong International Container Terminals Co., Ltd.
High volume 24×7 operations at Shanghai Pudong International Container Terminals, Ltd. require the IT team to maximize uptime for company servers, clients, and critical business applications. To centralize management, improve uptime and realize disaster recovery objectives, the team turned to Symantec for endpoint management and storage management solutions. Results include faster troubleshooting on 20 servers, improved business continuity, enhanced remote client management, and eightfold faster desktop image deployment.
Thai Airways International
IT infrastructure serves as the catalyst for THAI’s IT Transformation 2010 initiative, which has the aim of driving innovation, lower cost, and operating efficiencies. Various Symantec technologies—both security and storage and availability management—play a role. A Business Value Analysis Study by the Alchemy Group identified $3.3 million USD in productivity improvements, cost savings, and cost avoidance that the airline will realize through 2013 as a result of the different technology solutions.
More than six million passengers pass through Aéroport Toulouse-Blagnac in France each year. Passenger management, runway maintenance, the assignment of aircraft positioning, airport access, video surveillance, baggage handling, car parks management―the airport operating company provides all of these services to the on-site businesses. To optimize service continuity and ensure continual access to data, the airport is equipped with a dedicated infrastructure structured around the Symantec Cluster Server clustering and Symantec Storage Foundation HA for Windows solutions.