Join your peers at Vision 2013 in Nice to understand how today’s IT challenges can be addressed by tomorrow’s technology
Information explosion, an increasingly complex threat landscape, and other key IT trends today are already driving you toward the IT infrastructure of tomorrow. Join us for three intense days of training, peer interactions, and direct engagement with Symantec experts to learn how you can stay ahead of the trends by keeping your users productive and protected, making your organization safe and compliant, and keeping your business up and running.
Register for this must-attend event to expand your Symantec product knowledge, get in-depth, hands-on experience with new products, and explore the impact of technology trends on your business.
You simply won’t find a larger, more comprehensive gathering of valuable Symantec content, top experts and prime networking opportunities.
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What customers say...
Symantec Vision brings together Symantec’s customers of all sizes and experience, leading to fantastic peer networking opportunities, combined with Symantec’s senior executives from across the company and the best technical people – altogether a fantastic week of collaboration. Add to this an amazing array of inspirational speakers like Dr Michio Kaku and the amazing 15 year old Felix Finkbeiner and Symantec Vision is the must attend event of the year
Graeme K. Hackland, IT/IS Director, Lotus F1 Team
Symantec Vision so much more than a conference to us here, it is 'Day 0' on our development calendar! This annual opportunity to recharge and compare notes with our technical counterparts across all sectors is simply invaluable. Vision not only shows us what is possible, it paves the way by providing the tools, background, motivation and contacts necessary to keep our infrastructure world-class
Ian Atkin, Oxford University
A great and very productive week, full of very interesting sessions, keynotes and chats with peers. Back home, I have already forward my new ideas to the project owners so that they can have a look and see if we can implement those new ideas. This goes from small settings changes of existing products, more priority on upgrades from others and also looking at new products like the mobile application protection. Oh, and don’t forget: plant a tree!
Reinoud Reynders, UZ Leuven (Belgium)