Symantec Announce Norton 360

  Jimmy14 22:35 23 Feb 2007

Symantec are happy to announce the new all in one combined package "Norton 360". Users see it as Norton Internet Security with System Works combined. Some of the features it includes on top of the features in the Internet Security Suite are,

Website Authentication.
Password encryption and security.
Local Backup and Restore (CD/DVD/External Drives).
Online Backup and Restore (2Gb Online Storage provided). Extra space available to purchase.
Encryption of Backup Data.
Hard Drive Defragmentation.
Hard Drive Cleanup.
Integrated Support.
Single license allows 3 different computer installations.

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RRP £59.99
Upgrade Price £54.99 (Must have Norton Internet Security 2006/2007 to be eligible for upgrade version)
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  Arthur Scrimshaw 23:41 23 Feb 2007

you're trolling or spamming.

  Jimmy14 23:45 23 Feb 2007

I don't have to explain myself to you but for your information it is neither "trolling" or "spamming".

  Kate B 23:47 23 Feb 2007

Are you a Norton PR, Jimmy?

  Arthur Scrimshaw 23:47 23 Feb 2007

helping me with that one.

  Jimmy14 23:50 23 Feb 2007

Definitely not. How could you possibly get that idea :))

  PaulB2005 07:54 24 Feb 2007


  Forum Editor 08:19 24 Feb 2007

you send an immediate job application to Symantec.

Any company would be pleased to employ someone with your obvious level of enthusiasm for their product.

  sunny staines 08:58 24 Feb 2007

I had the impression that nis2007 would get a free upgrade has the goalposts moved.

  J B 10:53 24 Feb 2007

I am happy at the moment with NIS 2007, however checked the Symantec website just a few seconds ago and they are still offering the Beta version of 360. Does Amazon know something that Symantes doesn't I wonder. J.B.

  Input Overload 11:40 24 Feb 2007

As a long term fan of Nod32 I don't agree with Jimmy14 with regard to his choice in using Norton, but I do admire his perseverance & zeal in recommending Symantec.

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