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Symantec Hosted Services rebrands for the cloud

07 Feb 11

Symantec Hosted Services has undergone a complete re-branding with a new name, Symantec.cloud.

Pronounced “Symantec dot cloud” the new identity emphasises the importance of the cloud within the Symantec portfolio.

Keith Buckley, Regional Director, Symantec.cloud, Australia and New Zealand, explained, “The evolution of our brand reinforces Symantec’s commitment to the cloud. 

“This new brand emphasises the importance of the cloud within the Symantec portfolio, and enables us to show the market the strength of Symantec’s entire solutions suite.”

The Symantec.cloud products have undergone a name change to reflect the new branding and align with Symantec’s broader portfolio.

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