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10 Things Partners Need To Know About Symantec CEO's Departure

After Symantec's announcement that CEO Michael Brown will be stepping down, here are 10 things partners need to know about the transition.

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Background On Brown

Brown joined Symantec's board of directors as part of the company's 2005 acquisition of storage company Veritas, where he was also a member of the board. In March 2014, he was named interim CEO of Symantec shortly after the vendor fired then-CEO Steve Bennett, who was in the midst of overhauling the company's product and go-to-market approach. Brown brought in a new strategic plan to help reinvigorate the company, including the ultimate sale of storage business Veritas, and was ultimately named permanently to the CEO role in September 2014.

 
 
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