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Gallery: Symantec's GoEverywhere

Symantec on Monday rolled out a beta for GoEverywhere, a online workspace/storage hub that allows anyone to access Web applications.
By Andy Smith, Contributor
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Symantec on Monday rolled out a beta for GoEverywhere, a online workspace/storage hub that allows anyone to access Web applications. Symantec hopes that its single sign-on approach for GoEverywhere might be enough to put it over the top - despite the stiff competition in the clouds. For more, read Larry Dignan's blog.

The opening screen. Click on any image to enlarge.

Credit: Symantec's GoEverywhere.

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On the desktop

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Messaging aggregation.

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File browser

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Google Docs login

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