Home / News / The PCA adds some security
PC trade body announces Symantec as latest member

The PCA adds some security

PC trade body the Professional Computing Association (PCA) has welcomed Symantec as the latest addition to its membership.

Keith Warburton, CEO of the PCA said: "We welcome Symantec to the organisation and look forward to them playing a leading part in our activities, especially in helping the channel make the most of the margin and customer loyalty opportunities afforded by adding security and other managed services to their portfolio.

"The channel recognises Symantec as a company that prides itself on its high standards and professionalism and they have shown they are keen to support organisations that promote those values in the channel and among consumers. The PCA does that through its Code of Practice and its Confidence Assured logo."

Symantec is probably best known for its Norton brand of security software, but it also helps customers protect their infrastructure, information, and interactions by delivering software and services that address risks to security, availability, compliance, and performance. 

Check Also

Acer launches Enduro lineup of rugged notebooks and tablets

Acer has launched Enduro, its new line of rugged notebooks and tablets specially designed to …