Trend Micro Collaborates With Japan’s International Cooperation Agency to Support Government Cyber Defense

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Cybersecurity leader also adds executive advisor to further collaboration efforts in securing the connected world

DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Trend Micro Incorporated (TYO: 4704; TSE: 4704), a global leader in cybersecurity solutions, today announced new initiatives designed to enhance collaboration with global law enforcement and developing nations through cybersecurity outreach, support and training.

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Latest from Symantec shows “Information is currently unavailable” on the Endpoint Protection Manager Home page

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Latest from Symantec shows “Information is currently unavailable” on the Endpoint Protection Manager Home page

Known issue being investigated. Please subscribe to this KB for updates:

https://support.symantec.com/us/en/article.TECH257…?

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Trend Micro Furthers Its Patent Protection by Joining Industry Group Committed to Fight Patent Infringement

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Cybersecurity innovator filed 23 patents in 2019 in mission to protect global customers

DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Trend Micro Incorporated (TYO: 4704; TSE: 4704), a global leader in cybersecurity solutions, today announced it has joined non-profit community LOT Network in a bid to combat the growing threat posed to its business and its customers by patent assertion entities (PAEs).

Often described as “patent trolls,” PAEs are companies that don’t make any products but instead seek royalties by asserting its patents against those who do make products.

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Kateri Daniels
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Dell EMC’s 2020 Server Trends & Observations

The tailwinds across West Texas continue to hint at IT growth during this age of digital transformation. Humans have developed an insatiable appetite for compute. Whether it be the latest gadget on your wrist, in your hand, in your car, at home, in the office office, or at the data center – compute is at the heart of almost everything that touches our everyday life. Compute has been the fuel of the digital revolution. But the question remains, how do we keep IT advancing?

In April 2005, Gordon Moore stated in an interview that Moore’s Law cannot be sustained indefinitely: “It can’t continue forever. The nature of exponentials is that you push them out and eventually disaster happens.” Humans are a resilient species, constantly innovating, and in the case of Moore’s Law, finding ways to delay the inevitable. In the world of computer architecture and in particular Server, it is this quest to avoid the “eventual disaster” that propels us to advance technology and to observe the challenges around us so we can delay (or work around) the inevitable.

With that said, at Dell EMC in the Server and Infrastructure group, our outstanding group of senior technologists have come up with their 2020 edition of Dell EMC’s 2020 Server Trends & Observations Report found here (pdf):

Dell EMC’s 2020 Server Trends & Observations Report

In this report the 12 biggest trends and observations from “data is king” to “the rack’s the limit” to “money for nothing, chips for free” and more are covered in more detail than can be conveyed in a short blog post.

If you have questions, want to go deeper, or want to understand the Dell EMC server family, please contact one of our friendly sales representatives. For more musings please follow me on LinkedIn or visit my other blogs.

To learn more about PowerEdge servers, visit the PowerEdge Server page, or join the conversation on Twitter.

Hope you enjoy this year’s edition.

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Can’t purchase SEP?

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Hi all.  Has anyone been able to order SEP any time in the past month?  As a Symantec partner, I do my SEP ordering at Ingram.  Ingram is unprepared for this Broadcom merger and they’re falling apart over there.  I have been nearly a month trying to place some orders for new customers.  These customers have purchased new computers as part of the Win 7 situation, and we’re having to deploy them WITHOUT ANY ENDPOINT SECURITY.   To say this situation is riduclous is an udnerstatement.  

When I do get a reply from Ingram, it was at first to say things like they are in training for the new procedures and have reduced staff etc. while adapting to tthe Broadcom stuff.  So I let it go a bit what with the holidays and all.  Inquiring further a couple weeks later, now I’m told they’re prioritizing renewals it seems at least to the end of January, so basically will not get my orders in anytime soon, and really in my mind who knows if Feb 1 we’ll just be told sorry we’re backed up for a nother month. 

What I find odd is that SEP will keep on functioning just fine whether you’re license is current or not, at least for 30 days or more.  So why not let existing customers continue as-is and fix up their licensing renewals later, and prioritize taking on new customers who, unless they’re loyal Symantec people like me, will end up moving elsewhere.   

So again I have business clients that are running computers without any form of endpoint security.  Am I the only Symantec partner finding this situation utterly idiotic?  . 

Also is there a Symantec parnter group on here?  The PartnerNet doens’t seem very active.  

Thanks!  

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Using Application & Device Control on an unmanaged SEP 14 client

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Hi,

I want to know the best way forward where we have a number of Windows 10 clients which will either never connect to a network or may rarely do so.  I am thinking of making them unmanaged clients in this case,which will be no plroblem from an update point of view as they will be able to update using the intelligent updater files from Symantec, however we also need to manage the USB devices so that only  certain ones can be utilised.  The list of approved USB drives will be subject to regular changes and we will need to have the ability to add / remove them in the field on the unmanaged clients.

From what I have read, this sounds as though this will need to be done by creating the appropriate policy on a computer with the SEP Manager inistalled,and then the policy shipped out to the client and imported, but this sounds potentially cumbersome so I was wondering if there is another way of doing this on the unmanaged client directly using the latest version of SEP.

Please can someone advise me the best way forward,

Thanks

Chris

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ShareFile Zapier Integration

ShareFile’s integration with Zapier allows you to connect your ShareFile data with over 600 apps like Office 365, Quickbooks, Google Sheets and Drive, Clio, Basecamp, Salesforce, and more.

What is Zapier?

Zapier is a flexible automation tool that handles all your time-consuming tasks for you. Zapier lives between ShareFile and your favorite aps, connecting your files, clients, notes, and users across them all.

Automations called Zaps can be set up in minutes without any coding experience: pick a Trigger app and event (like adding a new file on ShareFile), and then specify the Actions you want Zapier to automatically take in response (like adding a file to Google Drive.) From then on, Zapier will do the work for you, so you never have to copy-paste or import/export again.

You can set up your own custom Zaps from scratch or explore pre-made ShareFile integrations on Zapier, or get started immediately with these popular examples.

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Symantec Endpoint Security & Windows 10 (1903) Error Prompt

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Hi,

Recently I am experiencing a prompt while using Outlook 2016 with Symantec Endpoint Security add-on. Below is the screenshot of it:

I have tried disabled the add on via Outlook 2016 but still encountered this error. Is there any solution for this, apart from un-installing Symantec Endpoint Client?

Thanks. 

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