Sharks circle Symantec 
Activists and buyers smell blood in the water.
 
Data#3 attracts hundreds of customers for JuiceIT 
More than 500 guests attended the reseller's Brisbane roadshow.
 
Criminals rob Windows XP ATMs via SMS 
Banks warned that Windows XP leaves cash machines open to SMS heist.
 
Symantec COO: we'll focus on new technology 
By | Comment Now 
Sacked CEO not bringing products to market fast enough.
 
Symantec internal memo: pace of change was too slow 
By | Comment Now 
More details emerge after CEO sacking.
 
Symantec sacks chief 
By | Comment Now 
Second time it has sacked top executive in less than two years.
 
Symantec CEO Bennett: 5 changes critical to the turnaround 
 
2014 to be another transition year for Symantec, says CEO 
 
Symantec plucks former Cisco exec as new CIO 
Changes continue as Symantec overhauls strategy.
 
Three-site reseller closes its doors 
 
Symantec partially withdraws from managed services 
 
EMC appoints ex-Oracle, Symantec exec 
By | Comment Now 
Will head the company's newest technology division.
 
Twitter accounts created to spread spam, malware are easy to create and sell 
A new academic research report provides a glimpse into the thriving and organized market for these accounts.
 
Spam email contains malware, not Apple gift card 
 
CRN roundtable: The changing shape of cyber security 
No target is too small in a connected world.
 
Symantec layoffs reach executive ranks 
A respected channel veteran has left the company as a result of the staff cuts.
 
US seizes $41m in drugs after shuttering pharma sites 
 
Aussie IT jobs slashed at Symantec 
 
Symantec delivers DLP 12 to take on insider threats 
 
Symantec ex channel chief sues for unfair dismissal 
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Issue: 326 | April 2014

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.