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Symantec Vision 2014:
Las Vegas, NV
May 5-8
Caesars Palace
Look Beyond with our Vision Keynotes
Felix Baumgartner On day 3, Austrian base jumper Felix Baumgartner will describe his record-setting jump from 24 miles above the earth.
This year’s Vision keynotes will invite you to look beyond your standard answers and reset your expectations—with three distinctive experiences, led by host Stephen Gillett, that combine important technology insights and industry thought leadership with people who understand what it takes to achieve the impossible.

On day one, Symantec’s top experts will join forces with one of the world’s best science-based illusionists to put some unexpected new twists on what it means to enable agile data centers, support evolving endpoints, and embrace proactive cyber security. On day two, the discussion expands with two in-depth roundtable discussions moderated by Symantec Vice President of Enterprise Segment Marketing Chandra Rangan and Vice President of Technology Strategy Ken Schneider—and featuring panels of distinguished Symantec thought leaders, customers and partners.

Finally, be sure to stick around for a very special closing keynote on Thursday afternoon featuring Austrian base jumper and daredevil Felix Baumgartner—who broke three world records when he achieved the highest manned balloon flight, jumped from a capsule 24 miles above the earth, and became the first human to break the sound barrier without the assistance of a vehicle. Don’t miss your chance to hear Felix describe his experience, discuss the science behind his remarkable jump and answer questions from the audience.

Day One: Tuesday, May 6, 9:00 am – 10:30 am PDT

Mike Brown

Mike Brown, Interim President and Chief Executive Officer, Symantec

Michael A. Brown was named interim President and Chief Executive Officer of Symantec in March 2014. He remains on Symantec's board of directors, which he joined following the company's merger with VERITAS Software in July 2005.

Brown previously served as chairman and chief executive officer of Quantum Corporation. Under his leadership, Quantum grew from $3 billion to $6 billion in revenues and held market leadership positions in data backup and archiving solutions. He has also served on the public boards of Maxtor, Digital Impact and Nektar Therapeutics. More recently, Brown has also been a board chairman and chief executive officer coach for several successful technology companies prior to their acquisitions, including EqualLogic, Line 6, The Echo Nest and others.

In addition to his deep expertise in growing businesses, Brown has extensive experience in leading and developing executive management teams.

He received his MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and his BA in Economics from Harvard University.

Stephen Gillett

Stephen Gillett, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Symantec

Stephen Gillett was named Symantec’s chief operating officer in December 2012. In this role, he is responsible for corporate strategy, business segment management, eBusiness, IT, marketing, communications, sales and marketing operations, customer care, product renewals and cloud platform engineering.

Prior to joining Symantec, Gillett was Best Buy’s executive vice president and president of Best Buy Digital, Global Marketing and Strategy, where he was responsible for a broad range of marketing and technology functions, including e-commerce, mobility, customer insights, enterprise strategy and corporate development. Gillett has also served as executive vice president of Digital Ventures and chief information officer at Starbucks.

Throughout his career, Gillett has been highly regarded for his creativity, innovation and commitment to developing unparalleled customer experiences. In 2011, while at Starbucks, Gillett was named to Fortune’s “Executive Dream Team,” Information Week’s “Chief of the Year” and Fortune’s “40 under 40” list. In 2012, Gillett was also the recipient of the 2012 Aspen Institute Henry Crown Fellowship, and after joining Best Buy in 2012, he was ranked one of the top five most influential Chief Marketing Officers.

Gillett holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Oregon and an MBA from San Francisco State University.

Sean Doherty

Sean Doherty, Vice President, Offerings Alliance, Symantec

Sean heads the Offerings Alliances organization at Symantec, where he is responsible for identifying the key technology partners for Symantec. By working together with those partners and the products and services teams, they create new solutions that enable Symantec to accelerate innovation, serve bigger customer jobs, or address new markets.

Previously, Sean held the positions of Enterprise CTO and Enterprise Security CTO. In these roles, he oversaw the technical strategy behind the products that Symantec creates to protect its customers and their information. He has also been responsible for Symantec’s security business in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region, where he worked with customers in diverse industries, business cultures, and regulatory environments to develop solutions that address the changing threat landscape.

Sean joined Symantec with the acquisition of IMLogic, a provider of security and compliance technology for Instant Messaging. He draws on 20 years of experience in the technology industry, where he has held technical and commercial leadership positions across technologies ranging from IBM Mainframes, 4GLs, client server, SOA, messaging, and workflow.

Sean is a regular speaker at international events on topics relating to security and cloud computing. He holds a BSc. in Economics from the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom.

Brian Dye

Brian Dye, Senior Vice President, Information Security, Symantec

In his role as Senior Vice President of Information Security, Brian leads product management, engineering, support, and operations for Gateway Security, Data Center Security and Compliance, Data Loss Prevention, Trust Services, Internet of Things, and Managed Security Services / Information Security Service solutions.

Brian has been with Symantec for ten years, leading teams and building products to solve a wide array of IT problems. Most recently he led the Information Intelligence group, which included product management, engineering, support, and operations for Enterprise Vault, Enterprise, Clearwell, and the Information Fabric initiative. In prior roles, he has led the product management teams for Symantec's backup and archiving, enterprise infrastructure security, compliance, and high availability products. Brian joined the company in the alliances team where he managed the corporate relationship with PeopleSoft, Siebel, and SAP. Prior to joining Symantec, he worked in various engineering, program management, and business development roles at Procter and Gamble, E Ink, and Xerox PARC.

Brian holds a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from MIT, and an MBA from Stanford's Graduate School of Business.

Patrick Gardner

Patrick Gardner, Vice President of Engineering, Symantec Technology and Response Team, Symantec

Patrick Gardner is Vice President of Engineering for Advanced Threat Protection in the Information Security Group at Symantec. Patrick is responsible for overseeing the research, creation, and development of new solutions enabling customers to detect and protect against advanced threats in enterprise environments.

Patrick joined Symantec as an intern in 1999 and full-time in August 2000 as an Associate SQA Engineer on the Norton Antivirus team. Through the years, he has served in a number of roles as a developer, architect, and manager working on projects for Symantec’s core technologies including Common Client, SONAR behavioral security, firewall components, the ERASER spyware removal engine, network IPS, browser security, LiveUpdate, and many others. Patrick’s previous role was VP of Engineering in Symantec’s CTO office with responsibility for all of Symantec’s client-based security technologies, product security across the company, and key shared components that provided the core security functionality for all of Symantec’s Consumer and Enterprise anti-malware products.

Patrick holds a B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering from University of California Los Angeles.

Jeff Hausman

Jeff Hausman, Senior Vice President, Information Availability & Intelligence, Symantec

Jeff Hausman is Senior Vice President of Information Availability and Information Intelligence, where he is responsible for driving global product strategy, development and support for Storage Foundation, Veritas Cluster Server, Veritas Operations Manager, Data Insight, Symantec ApplicationHA and File Store product lines, as well as for the Clearwell, Enterprise Vault.Cloud, and Enterprise Vault product lines.

Jeff rejoined Symantec in 2011 with the acquisition of LiveOffice and most recently served as Vice President of Engineering & Operations for Enterprise Previously, Jeff was Chief Operating Officer at LiveOffice, where he managed engineering, operations and client services.

Jeff has also held various VP of engineering and VP of product management positions at HP and Veritas, where he focused on storage, data management, security in software, software-as-a-service (SaaS) and hardware businesses.

Jeff holds an MBA from the Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics and economics from Claremont McKenna College.

Kevin Haley

Kevin Haley, Director of Product Management, Symantec Security Response, Symantec

Kevin Haley is Director of Product Management for Symantec Security Response, where he is responsible for ensuring that the security content gathered from Symantec’s Global Intelligence Network is actionable for its customers. This includes educating customers on security issues and incorporating the security content into Symantec’s enterprise and consumer product lines.

During his thirteen years at Symantec, Haley has leveraged his security expertise to develop antivirus solutions for endpoints and mail servers and create a variety of other network and system management solutions.

Haley has also served as a technical advisor for Anthony E. Zuiker's digital crime thriller, “Cybergeddon.” He frequently appears as a security expert in a variety of public forums, including The Today Show, USA Today, The New York Times, Forbes, Dow Jones and many others. Before joining Symantec, Haley was part of the OpenView group at Hewlett-Packard, and he as also worked as a product manager at Sun Microsystems.

Jay Kidd

Jay Kidd, Chief Technology Officer, NetApp

Jay Kidd leads the Chief Technology Office at NetApp with responsibility for overall technology direction, architecture, advanced development, technology evangelism and technology standards. He is also a member of the executive staff.

Jay has extensive cross-functional experience in storage, networking, software, and high-performance systems. Before holding this role, Jay was a senior vice president in NetApp product operations with responsibility for engineering of NAS, SAN, data protection, and management products. He previously held the role of chief marketing officer at NetApp and also ran the Emerging Products Group. Prior to joining NetApp, he held the positions of chief technology officer and vice president of Product Management at Brocade, where he was vital to developing and implementing the Brocade product road map, including infrastructure and strategic evangelism.

Before joining Brocade, Jay was vice president of Marketing for Omneon Video Networks, Inc., a supplier of storage and networking equipment for video broadcasters; and Multigen, a real-time 3D simulation software company.

Prior to working at Multigen, Jay spent seven years at Silicon Graphics (SGI), where he directed product management and marketing efforts for the graphics workstations, servers, and SGI Web systems business. He spent ten years at Hewlett Packard, where he held key engineering and product management positions in the Information Networks Group.

Jay holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering and computer science from Princeton University. He is married with three children and lives in California.

Drew Meyer

Drew Meyer, Director of Global Marketing, NetBackup and Appliances, Symantec

Drew Meyer brings extensive experience in the data protection market, including backup, networking and networked storage concepts and technologies. At Symantec he leads the marketing teams for NetBackup and NetBackup Appliances, driving thought leadership, asset creation, direction and campaign strategy. Prior to joining Symantec, Drew held product management, product and field marketing positions at leading technology providers including NETGEAR, NetApp, Adaptec, Quantum and Micron Electronics. He is a contributor to SCSI Trade Association publications, holds a patent and is a regular speaker at industry events and regional user groups. Mr. Meyer is also a past host of GeekSpeak, a weekly NPR syndicated technology radio broadcast/podcast with a 5 star iTunes rating.

Before diving into high technology, he spent nearly ten years as a professional whitewater raft guide in the USA and Latin America. Drew holds a BA in Political Science with minors in French and English from the University of Puget Sound, and lives in a historic house with his wife and twin boys in Santa Cruz, California.

Fran Rosch

Fran Rosch, Senior Vice President, User Protection & Productivity, Symantec

In his role as Senior Vice President of User Protection and Productivity (UP&P), Fran drives the development, execution, and strategy of Symantec products and services, which includes Endpoint Encryption, Encryption Management, Norton Zone, and the Norton and Mobile product families.

Previously, Fran led the UP&P Product Management and Mobility teams. Before transitioning to UP&P, Fran was Vice President of Identity and Authentication Services, responsible for business strategy, product management and development, customer authentication, and infrastructure operations for Symantec’s Trust Services and User Authentication solutions.

Fran joined Symantec in 2010 through the acquisition of VeriSign’s security business. During his twelve-year career with VeriSign, he worked with the company’s largest customers to design and deploy effective security solutions to solve business challenges.

Prior to joining VeriSign in 1998, Fran worked as an IT and security consultant for various consulting organizations. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA.

George Moore

George Moore, Microsoft

George Moore is a Principal Program Manager in the Microsoft Azure team, focusing on the compute, storage and networking distributed systems. He designed the first service management REST APIs, implemented the current authentication and authorization models, and owns the overall security, compliance, anti-fraud and commerce systems for these critical core components. His focus has been on large scale, highly distributed operating systems for the last 15 years, and is the named inventor of over 40 software patents in these key areas.

Jason Latimer

Jason Latimer, Guest Illusionist

Jason Latimer’s unique style of magic combines a broad knowledge of applied physics and perceptual psychology with a unique sense of wonder and possibility. With seventeen consecutive championship titles and awards for his work, including the highest award and honor the world of magic can bestow on an individual, the prestigious title of “The Grand Prix ‘Best Overall’ World Champion of Magic,” Latimer is advancing the art and the public’s imagination into the twenty-first century. His live shows work to shift his audiences’ perceptions of what is possible, with jaw-dropping effects that appear to defy the laws of science and the properties of matter. His groundbreaking advancements and contributions in the fields of performance, design, and applied sciences are helping to redefine the art of magic and reshape the way his audiences perceive the world.

Maribel Lopez

Maribel Lopez, Founder, Lopez Research

Maribel Lopez is an industry analyst, the founder of Lopez Research LLC, and the author of Right-time Experiences: Driving Revenue with Mobile and Big Data. She founded Lopez Research in 2008 to research how technology trends such as mobile, big data, and cloud computing will transform business. Maribel is currently evaluating how mobile technologies will integrate with big data, analytics, and cloud computing solutions to build what Lopez Research defines as “Right-time Experiences.”

Since founding Lopez Research, Maribel Lopez has been called upon to provide strategic analysis of global markets, undertaken message testing, analyzed product positioning, and helped companies to understand where they play in new markets. Her clients include start-ups, software vendors, networking vendors, enterprise IT leaders as well as telecom providers. Today, 6 of the Fortune 20 are Lopez Research clients.

Prior to founding Lopez Research, Maribel was a respected analyst for more than ten years at Forrester Research, most recently as Vice President of the tech industry strategies group. She has also held positions in strategic marketing and product marketing at Shiva Corporation and worked for International Data Corporation as a data networking industry analyst. Maribel began her career at Motorola, holding positions in finance and global corporate development.

Maribel is frequently quoted by publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones, The Globe and Mail, Businessweek, Reuters, and The Associated Press. She has appeared on CNN, CNBC and NPR, and she is a popular public speaker who has appeared at All About Mobile, AppNation, Mobile World Congress and many other events. She also serves as the chairman of the M6 Mobility Xchange conference and is a contributing columnist for Forbes. Maribel is a graduate of Babson College.

Sanjay Katyal

Sanjay Katyal, Vice President of Global Strategic Alliances and OEMs, VMware

Sanjay Katyal, Vice President of Global Strategic Alliances and OEMs, is a senior executive responsible for all strategic alliances at VMware. He oversees all aspects of the go to market, solution development, services, and joint engineering across VMware’s strategic partnerships. Along with leading a large team that’s responsible for VMware's ISV, System Integrator (SI) and System Outsourcers (SO) and Technology ecosystem partnerships, as well as re-sell, embedded and bundled OEM businesses, Sanjay also serves as a strategic advisor to VMware's executive staff.

Sanjay is a seasoned IT industry executive with 25 years of professional experience in enterprise software sales and business development. Prior to joining VMware, Sanjay was at SAP for about six years, with VP-level leadership roles in corporate business development, Technology Partner management and "Big Data" SAP HANA ecosystem market development. Previously, he has led senior leadership sales and marketing roles at Microsoft, PeopleSoft, Oracle and Kana, in addition to providing strategy management consulting at Accenture.

Sanjay actively contributes thought leadership and speaks at press, analyst and customer events. He has earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois and a Master of Business Administration degree from The Wharton School of University of Pennsylvania.

Day Two: Wednesday, May 8, 11:45 am – 12:45 pm PDT

Chandra Rangan

Chandra Rangan, Moderator, Panel 1—Reality Check: Exploring Agile Data Center Opportunities and Challenges in 2014, Vice President, Enterprise Segment Marketing, Symantec

Chandra Rangan leads Enterprise Segment Marketing at Symantec. Prior to the current role, he has led product marketing for Symantec's enterprise security, mobility and availability portfolios over the last 4 years. He has 15+ years of experience in the technology industry, including Gartner, McKinsey & Company and IBM Asia. Chandra holds MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, and a Bachelors in Computer Science from the National University of Singapore.

Steve Azzam

Steve Azzam, Business Development Manager, Information Management Strategy, Symantec

Matt Nelson

Matthew D. Nelson, Sr. E-Discovery & Information Governance Counsel, Symantec

Matthew Nelson is an attorney and legal technology expert with more than a decade of experience helping organizations address a wide array of information governance challenges. Nelson is known as a leading authority on the role technology plays in reducing legal risk and cost and he regularly serves as a panelist with federal judges, government attorneys, and other in house counsel on topics ranging from electronic discovery to data privacy and security.

Nelson recently gained widespread recognition as the author of Predictive Coding for Dummies, the legal industry’s first straightforward guide on the use of technology-assisted review tools for the legal profession. His written work has also been widely published through Forbes, Corporate Counsel, Inside Counsel and the ABA Law & Technology Journal. He is a member of the Sedona Electronic Document Retention and Production Working Group, the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, and the California and Idaho State Bars.

Cameron McNaught

Cameron McNaught, Executive Vice President of Fujitsu Solutions, Global Delivery

Cameron McNaught is Executive Vice President of Solutions. He is responsible for Fujitsu’s strategic solutions such as Cloud, Mobility, Big Data and Security, as well as Fujitsu’s Industry and Partner Solutions businesses across all International markets.

Cameron also manages Fujitsu’s strategic alliances in conjunction with Fujitsu corporate headquarters and the International Business technology office. Cameron chairs the Fujitsu Solutions Management Council (SMC) and the Technology Advisory Board (TAB) and is a member of Fujitsu’s CIO Board and Service Delivery Management Board. Cameron also represents Fujitsu on the Cisco Global Systems Integrator Advisory Board.

Previously, Cameron held the role of Senior Vice President, Cloud and Strategic Solutions, in which he was responsible for the globalization of Fujitsu’s portfolio within the International market and for the identification, development and management of cloud and strategic solutions offerings across Fujitsu’s International Business.

He has 17 years of experience within the ICT industry, both in the public and private sectors across sales support, product management and service delivery. He is an industry innovator and thought leader in cloud and passionate about technology within business.

Cameron joined Fujitsu in 2009 through the company’s acquisition of KAZ Group, an Australian IT services company. Within KAZ he led the establishment of the KAZ Group Solutions business unit. Also during his time at KAZ he led various operational business units across Data Center, Midrange, End User and Network Services.

In 2000, Cameron founded his own IT consulting and services business in Australia, which established an impressive customer base within the first year and drove the business to sale in 2003.

Prior to his commercial career he served for 11 years with distinction within the Australian Department of Defence (Army) in both operational and strategic technology and communications roles.

Alec Everts

Alec Everts, Manager of Systems Infrastructure, Lionsgate Studios

Alec Everts is a technology professional with over 20 years’ experience planning, managing, designing, and implementing technology infrastructure programs and projects. For the past ten years Mr. Everts has served on the Systems Infrastructure team at Lionsgate Entertainment, a leading global entertainment company headquartered in Santa Monica, CA.

As the Manager of Systems Infrastructure, Mr. Everts oversees and executes IT infrastructure initiatives, including the Lionsgate acquisitions of TV Guide and Summit Entertainment. Mr. Everts has managed the growth of the Lionsgate corporate datacenter including expansion to geographically diverse sites and the implementation of disaster recovery/business continuity initiatives.

Prior to joining Lionsgate Mr. Everts served as a consultant supporting a wide range of clients in the educational, aerospace and healthcare industries.

Ken Schneider

Ken Schneider, Moderator, Panel 2—Start Saying Yes: Re-imagining the Relationship between Users and IT Vice President, Market and Technology Innovation, Symantec

Ken Schneider serves as Vice President of Market and Technology Innovation, where his focus is on thought leadership and open innovation. Previously, he was VP of Technology Strategy, where he drove an integrated business and technology strategy across Symantec. Schneider has also served as Chief Technology Officer of the Enterprise Security and Security and Data Management groups, where he was responsible for architecture, integration, business development, and business operations. Schneider is a Symantec Fellow.

Prior to joining Symantec, Schneider served as CTO and VP of Operations for Brightmail, the leading anti-spam software company that was successfully acquired by Symantec. Before Brightmail, Schneider founded South Beach Software, a software and consulting company that developed products for the professional video market.

Schneider received a master of science in mechanical engineering from University of California Berkeley and a bachelor of science in engineering from Swarthmore College.

Sheila Jordan

Sheila Jordan, Chief Information Officer, Symantec

Sheila Jordan is senior vice president and chief information officer at Symantec, reporting to COO Stephen Gillett. Sheila is responsible for driving Symantec's information technology strategy and operations to ensure that the company has the right talent, stays ahead of technology trends and maximizes the value of technology investments. Her goal is to drive increased productivity, better efficiency and strategic business partnerships through simple and intuitive experiences for Symantec’s global workforce.

Prior to joining Symantec, Sheila worked for Cisco Systems as senior vice president of Communications and Collaboration IT, where she was responsible for delivering and integrating key IT services that touched Cisco’s global workforce. In 2011, Sheila was named by CIO Magazine as “One to Watch.” She was a frequent Cisco speaker and spokesperson on the topics of collaboration, the “consumerization” of IT, effective IT design, IT as a service organization, and women’s leadership.

Sheila joined Cisco from Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, where she was senior vice president of Destination Disney. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting from the University of Central Florida and an MBA from Florida Institute of Technology.

Carey Nachenberg

Carey Nachenberg, Chief Architect, Security Technology and Response, Symantec

A 19-year veteran at Symantec, Carey Nachenberg is a Symantec Fellow and Chief Architect for Symantec’s core protection technologies. Selected for Computerworld magazine’s “40 Under 40 - 40 Innovative IT People to Watch” and winner of The Wall Street Journal’s 2010 Technology Innovation Award (Computer Security Category) for his innovations in the security field, Nachenberg’s technology collectively protects hundreds of millions of computers worldwide.

His work in anti-malware protection, intrusion prevention, software updating, reputation based security, and related fields has garnered him over eighty United States patents. Nachenberg holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in Computer Science from UCLA, where he continues to serve as an Adjunct Assistant Professor.

Rohit Antao

Rohit Antao, Director of Technology Consulting

Rohit Antao is a Director with PwC's consulting business in Silicon Valley where he advises technology executives on transforming and optimizing their organizations to become more innovative, agile, effective, and service oriented through leveraging emerging technologies, operating models, and management disciplines. Rohit has also helped several hi-tech companies take their cloud-based solutions to market. Prior to joining PwC, Rohit worked at the Software Engineering Institute, where he worked with more than 100 North American organizations to investigate the value of applying best practices such as ITIL and COBIT to IT performance. Rohit has also worked at India’s nuclear research facility, Bhabha Atomic Research Center, where he engineered software for a safety-critical robotic arm.

Rohit received his Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics (Robotics) from Bombay University, India; a Post-Graduate Diploma in IT from Monash University in Australia; and an M.S. degree in Information Security Technology and Management from Carnegie Mellon University in the United States.

Bryan Coapstick

Bryan Coapstick, Director, Mobile Innovation U.S. Public Sector, Enterprise Services, HP

As the Director of Mobile Innovation for HP Enterprise Services Bryan Coapstick is responsible for driving strategic mobility initiatives, key industry partnerships and relationships that enable clients to leverage the mobile channel to extend their brands and more effectively reach their customers, constituents, partners, and employees. Coapstick is an active participant in various industry advisory councils to help government and industry exchange information and collaborate on technology issues.

Coapstick has almost two decades of experience in the public and private sector in a variety of senior roles that focused on emerging technologies and intersections of business strategy and technology. He has worked with several Fortune 200 companies to extend their brands, systems, and presence to effectively leverage the mobile channel. He is a frequent speaker, panelist, and blogger on the ways mobile innovations and social media are changing our lives.

Previously, he built an interactive digital team at a large firm and worked with and guided digital mobile strategies within several of the world’s most recognizable and enduring brands in the world. In this role, he built and led an Innovation Lab focused on accelerating the firm’s and its clients’ application and integration of new digital interaction models and channels.

Day Three: Thursday, May 8, 1:15 – 2:30 pm PDT

Felix Baumgartner

Felix Baumgartner

Be sure to stick around for a very special closing keynote on Thursday afternoon featuring Austrian base jumper and daredevil Felix Baumgartner—who broke three world records when he achieved the highest manned balloon flight, jumped from a capsule 24 miles above the earth, and became the first human to break the sound barrier without the assistance of a vehicle. Don’t miss your chance to hear Felix describe his experience, discuss the science behind his remarkable jump with Symantec COO Stephen Gillett, and answer questions from the audience.

The Colosseum at Caesars Palace has hosted some of the world’s biggest stars and entertainers—from Celine Dion to Elton John. But during Vision, its home to the Vision keynotes. Make sure you join us and find your seat by 8:45 AM on Tuesday and 11:30 AM on Wednesday to participate in our "Early Bird" prize drawings before the keynotes begin. Then, settle in for provocative insights into the future of Symantec and the IT industry, as well as some special surprise guests.