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By | John Leyden 6th November 2006 17:16

Symantec buys Company-i

Don't risk IT

Symantec has acquired to buy UK-based consultancy Company-i for an undisclosed amount. Company-i specialises in helping financial services firms manage their data centres. Symantec said the firm will help it expand its IT Risk Management practice.

Post acquisition, Company-i will join Symantec’s Global Services organization as part of its global consulting business, initially focusing on the UK market. Symantec's purchase of the firm is expected to close by the end of the year. ®

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