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Symantec, Wipro ink partnership for data loss prevention and backup and recovery services.

Byline: ANI

Bangalore, Dec 8 (ANI/Business Wire India): Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC) and Wipro Ltd (NYSE:WIT) today announced a new partnership under which Wipro Infotech will offer data loss prevention, and backup and recovery infrastructure consultancy services based on Symantec technology. This will offer customers increased visibility into information and a risk-based approach to data security.

"Information is the most valuable asset of any organization and ensuring that it does not fall into the wrong hands is critical to its reputation and business," said Ajay Verma, director, Channels and Alliances, Symantec India. "Wipro Infotech's professional services background, market reach, consulting expertise, complemented by Symantec's industry-leading solutions will offer customers a better insight in to data risk."

Symantec's content-aware data loss prevention solution spans data at the endpoint, in storage and the network. When offered through Wipro's technology practice, it will provide customers the confidence that their information is secure in today's connected world.

Wipro's cross-platform expertise along with Symantec VERITAS Backup Reporter's capability to proactively identify and quantify exposures before they impact backup operations, will help customers achieve greater efficiency, verify backup service-level compliance, and justify the business costs associated with protecting data.

Speaking on the occasion, Vikas Srivastava, vice president and business head, Infrastructure Technology Solutions Division, Wipro Infotech said, "The Backup and Recovery Infrastructure Consulting service and Data Loss Prevention Services are very unique service offerings that will contribute significantly to customers' business continuity and data protection initiatives, which in turn would lead to improved efficiency, security and cost reduction . Symantec was an ideal choice to partner with for these services because of their hardware-agnostic solutions and superior technology." (ANI)

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