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Symantec Symposium 2012

Symantec Symposium 2012

Symantec is holding the Symantec Symposium 2012 in Auckland Tuesday, 14 August at the SkyCity Auckland Convention Centre and in Wellington Thursday, 16 August at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa. The Symposium will feature keynote presentations by Brenton Smith, vice president and managing director, Pacific Region Symantec, Martin Cocker, executive director, NetSafe, and Sean Kopelke, director, Strategic Solutions, Pacific, Symantec.

“We are delighted to announce the 2012 Symantec Symposium event series, held both in Auckland and Wellington, canvassing the latest industry practices and emerging trends like cloud, mobility, virtualisation,
big data, compliance, and risk management,” said Brenton Smith, vice president and managing director,
Pacific Region Symantec. “In addition, we will be delivering a full programme of technology and industry experts, keynote presentations, technical breakout sessions, and networking opportunities.”

The Symposium is free to attend and designed for IT and business professionals and leaders looking to deliver cost savings, increased efficiency, and improved governance across their organisation; and anyone interested in learning more about the opportunities and risks posed by key IT trends and issues.

The Symposium comprises a comprehensive agenda, presenting both business and technology insights on:
• Mobile applications and security
• Cloud-based solutions and services
• Virtual and physical infrastructure
• Infrastructure operations and systems management
• Storage management and data protection
• Information security
• Identity and access management
• Compliance, governance and risk management
• Business continuity and disaster recovery
Hosted by Symantec executives, customers, product managers, technical experts, and partners, each presentation attempts to cover real-world implementations and scenarios. The sessions and demonstrations deliver a customisable learning experience to help address the specific needs of your environment.


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