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Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Symantec Brass Tackles Complaints, Touts Progress

At the annual Vision conference, Symantec executives shared their future plans with the attendees and the media. They let everyone know that they plan to expand beyond client and infrastructure with their security protection. Instead, they will also begin working with Web 2.0 models and data.

Attendees were concerned with other issues, however. Some of these concerns focused on identity management, encryption, and the quality of support. Executives were honest and open about the questions and tried to give the best possible answers.

Symantec Chairman and CEO John Thompson said, "With emerging online models, such as Web 2.0, driving more robust collaboration, we must expand our focus beyond protecting the infrastructure and the information to protecting digital interactions. As more interactions happen online, it becomes critical that each and every one of us—enterprises and consumers alike—can prove to the other that we can be trusted."

Find out more about Symantec's claims and the information provided concerning complaints and future plans in the complete article (link above).

Posted by Joshua Feinberg