Norton Online Backup will ship pre-installed on HP systems, and customers will be able to use the 5GB online backup service for up to 30 days as a free trial.
Symantec already has a deal with HP to bundle Norton Internet Security with new systems, and hopes that the partnership will provide a similar boost to the online backup service.
"Consumers are accumulating priceless digital assets, such as family photos, music and financial files, at a record pace," said Janice Chaffin, president of Symantec's consumer business unit.
"Consumers know they can trust Norton, the global security leader, to store and protect their data."
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