Symantec will use Microsoft Azure to power its Norton security products

Microsoft today day announced that Symantec has selected Microsoft Azure to power its Norton consumer security products which is being used by over 50 million people. By adopting Azure, Symantec can increase their performance, agility and security while reducing the operating expenses. During the migration process, Symantec developed new cloud services, and migrated over 105 critical consumer digital safety capabilities such as reputation scoring, security telemetry and advanced threat protection to Azure.

“Our focus is helping organizations, governments and people secure their most important data, wherever it lives,” said Sheila Jordan, Symantec senior vice president and CIO. “The cloud is key to our strategy to accelerate innovation internally, streamline operations, and ultimately protect and empower our customers in the digital age. Microsoft has been a strong partner and has helped us to painlessly execute our strategy, far exceeding its commitment to ensure our success.”

In addition, Symantec is working with Microsoft to bring its e-commerce system to Azure. They are also planning to use the Microsoft Cloud for their internal IT services.

“Symantec and Microsoft share a commitment to online security, and it’s exciting to work with Sheila and team to harness the power of the cloud to extend this ongoing effort,” said Scott Guthrie, executive vice president of Cloud and Enterprise at Microsoft. “This demonstrates how Azure is uniquely able to handle the biggest, most demanding cloud services in the world.”

Source: Microsoft

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