University of Languages and Communication (IULM)
Europe, Middle East, Africa |
University students are demanding, intelligent users of technology. They need tools that can match the efficiency and speed of the devices designed for the new digital generations that they have become accustomed to using. For IULM University in Italy, Symantec antivirus, antispam, backup, and recovery solutions―some of which have replaced existing, obsolete solutions―meet these requirements in full. They block viruses and spam (which represent 97.5 percent of incoming email) and automatically back up data, while ensuring an optimized user experience.
IULM University was founded in 1968 in Milan, Italy as the Istituto Universitario di Lingue Moderne (University Institute of Modern Languages). In 1998, it changed its name to Libera Università di Lingue e Comunicazione IULM (University of Languages and Communication IULM) which better describes its dual mission: teaching languages and communication.
- Clients: 1,200
- Hardware: approximately 50 servers (physical and virtual)
- Operating system: Microsoft Windows
- Network: Local network with a fiber optic backbone