It would be easy to assume that because the Veritas name has been around for more than 20 years, its products are all legacy and no longer suitable to modern data centers or IT scenarios; you would be wrong. Veritas is “back” after its divestiture from Symantec—with a laser focus on data management that very effectively narrates a comprehensive portfolio to its customers and partners.
I’ve had the honor to participate in three very different events in the last three weeks. Each gave me the opportunity to serve, share ideas, and hopefully contribute value to the attendees. If you’d like to read more about the events, check out these blog posts:
This week, I had the privilege of being part of Veritas’ global Sales Conference (VSC), which Veritas themed as ‘Right Now FY18.’ Much of my early career was in pre-sales engineering and field enablement, so I always enjoy “internal” conferences, as much if not more than “external” trade shows, because:
This week, the newly unencumbered Veritas (from Symantec) relaunched its premier user event – Veritas Vision. There was a palpable energy that resonated around “we’re back and ready to resume our leadership mantle,” starting with an impressive day one from main stage: Bill Coleman (CEO) started the event by making “information is everything” personal by … Read more
Today, Symantec announced that the Information Management (Data Protection) side of Symantec will be called Veritas Technologies Corporation – (press release). Frankly, if they had chosen anything else, I would have been disappointed. The Truth is Still the Truth “Veritas” actually means “Truth,” hence the original name as a way to imply the reliability and … Read more