You better prepare for a new sales pitch if you currently deal with Symantec, because they are likely to try and shove some storage software down your throat the next time you meet their salesreps.
When Cnet asked Symantec CEO John Thompson what his acquisitionof storage vendor Veritas means, he replied: "Now one person can go in and offer a greater diversity of products to our clients as well as a single system to fit their needs."
The magic word in the Symantec-Veritas takeover is cross selling. Although the products of the two companies sell have little in common, Symantec can gain access to new customers through Veritas' installed based of large enterprise customers.
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