Incredible Offer for Norton 360 Security
Save up to $40 off Norton 360.
360 Standard (One device) – was $79, now $49.
360 Deluxe (5 devices) – was $99, now $59.
Norton Security is top all round computer protection software that will keep viruses and malware out and keep your Internet browsing secure and private. One program protects up to 10 devices including PCs, tablets, Macs, mobiles and more. Protection lasts for one year, after that you will be able to renew again.
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Save $50 off Norton 360 with Lifelock Select
Here’s what you’ll get: Internet security protection on up to 5 devices, 100GB cloud backup, secure VPN, Lifelock identity alert with million dollar protection package.
Save up to 38% off Norton Small Business
The more you buy the cheaper it becomes, choose from 5, 10 or 20 devices.
Protect up to 20 devices in your business with Norton’s Small Business software. This can include a mixture of PC computers, Mac devices, smart phones and tablet computers. It is easy to install and to keep running, use the online system to manage the settings and protection levels. If you’d like to add more devices this can easily be achieved whenever the need arises.
Free Trial of Norton Security products
Test out Norton products before you buy. Choose Norton Security Deluxe or Premium, Norton Utilities, Norton Small Business or Norton Mobile Security
Upgrade Your Existing Software:
Save up to 20% by upgrading your current Norton software
You may save by uprading your product to the latest version instead of buying a new product. However, please be sure to check our special offers above to be sure you are getting the best deal.
UK Offers and Discounts
Save up to 45% off Norton 360 Standard, Deluxe or Premium.
Take a subscription and save off your first year. Cancel any time.
Buy Directly from Norton, instant download so you get it right away. Protect up to 10 of your devices PLUS back them up to the cloud with one Norton
360 software license.
Norton 360 Standard – Now £34.99, normally £49.99
Deluxe – Now £39.99, normally £69.99
Premium – Now £49.99, normally £89.99
Norton is the home and small business computer software product created by Symantec. Their core product is Norton Security and it builds this for PCs, Macs and other devices like tablets and mobiles.
Norton Utilities – Tune up your PC to make it run faster and more efficiently
Symantec is the largest maker of security software for computers. Its headquarters are in Mountain View California. It was founded in 1982 by Gary Hendrix with a National Science Foundation grant and originally focused on artificial intelligence projects. In 1984 it merged with C&E software but retained the name Symantec. C&E had planned a file management and word processing functionality which was added to an advanced Natural Language query system architected by Hendrix. This set new standards for query and report generation and their flagship product Q&A was born. In 1986 Q&A was relaunched with an aggressive advertising campaign, expenses were cut, revenues grown and cash flow break-even was achieved. As a result KPCB (Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers) backed the company in raising more capital. Q&A became the first software in the world that supported German Natural Language.
Turner Hall Publishing was founded to incorporate Symantec’s second product NoteIt (an annotation utility for Lotus 1-2-3) to avoid confusion. It was named after the then CEO Rod Turner and Dottie Hall (director of marketing communications). This diversified revenues and accelerated Symantec’s growth. The new name also conveyed a sense of a stable, long established company. The Turner Hall Card (a 256k RAM) and SQZ (Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet compression utility) added to the success of Turner Hall Publishings by giving the impression Symantec was already a diversified company.
In 1987 Symantec made its first merger/acquisition with BreakThrough Software maker of the TimeLine project management software for DOS. Soon after the company was reorganized around product-centric groups. Apart from sales, finance and operations being shared all other areas were specific to product groups. The success of this venture led to further merger and acquisition activity by Symantec. Companies included Peter Norton Computing (with the Norton antivirus products), ACT!, Veritas, Sygate, Altiris acquisition, PC Tools, MessageLabs, PGP and Guardian Edge, VeriSign Security and ClearWell Systems.
Symantec does not have one dominant product but has rather focused on various product technologies that are leaders in their respective segments. Symantec’s rapid expansion has been primarily through acquiring on average two companies per year. Symantec’s further success is on ensuring that their software and services protect against more risks at more points helping consumers to feel confident wherever information is used or stored.