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Welcome to the Enterprise Vault Engineering Blog

We are pleased to welcome you to the Enterprise Vault Engineering Blog.  We have decided that the world of Enterprise Vault is big enough for two official blogs, and whilst the Product Management team will continue to provide the same great insight and information in the existing Enterprise Vault Blog, the Engineers that are working under the product’s hood on a daily basis want to share some of their thoughts, expertise and tricks of our trade with you here. This blog’s remit is wide and varied, from simple updates on new features, to useful troubleshooting tips and deeper insight on the nuts and bolts of existing ones, all with a technical and engineering based slant.

If you have particular areas of the product or specific topics that you would find it interesting for us to blog on then please ask in the comments below. Much like an enhancement request or hotfix, we cannot always guarantee to have the answers for you immediately, but we will endeavour to meet your needs as efficiently and effectively as possible.

So keep watching this Blog and spread the word. And please allow us some leeway on our literary in-adeptness and grammatical in-correctness, Engineers are programmed to write code, not words, but we hope that what we do write will be informative and interesting enough to keep you coming back for more.


Excellent! This will be a welcome addition to the EV-world-community.


This is good news!  I hope to tap into the engineer's resources for all things EV!

Congratulations !

Excited about the blog and going to spread the word!

Hey Paul... This is awesome news... Nice steps being taken to reach out to the customers and giving more avenues for them to interact with Symantec. Will be watching out this space for more information.
Great information, nice to read stiff from the other side of the system!

Great Information. Thank you.

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William Travilla, the designer of Marilyn Monroe’s iconic white halter-neck outfit in The Seven Year Itch , called it “that silly little dress”. Yes, that was the one where she stood on top of a New York subway grate and battled an updraft. In 2011, that very dress was auctioned off for $4.6 million.
The little white dress (LWD), 60 years later, is still beloved, and is more popular than ever with summer raising the mercury levels.
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Although the LBD (Little Black Dress) is touted as every woman’s best friend, the LWD lends an ethereal look, and can be styled for any occasion. “You can think of LWD as the little black dress’s summer rival,” says the designer duo Diya Aroraa and Rajvvir Aroraa of the label DiyaRajvvir. “Being a neutral shade, it’s versatile for both day and evening wear. It’s a go-to staple of the season, but one we also love for the fall,” they add.
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Designer Karn Malhotra says, “White is a soothing colour, especially for the harsh Indian sun. From being an evening bodycon dress with hints of colour block elements, to an alluring white slip dress for a brunch, you cannot go wrong with the ivory shades.”
The modern avatar of the LWD is credited to André Courrèges, who, in his 1965 spring/summer collection, showcased a ‘moon girl’ look that sparked a resurgence of the style. Although white was never out of style — as a symbol of purity, it was popular since the early 19th century.
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Now, of course, there is a style of LWD to suit every mood and body type, occasion and event. It also helps that the colour suits almost every skin tone. City designer Dimple Raghani says, “For a sporty, casual look, opt for skater or frill dresses paired with sneakers. For a formal look, pick a fitted bodycon dress with minimal accessories. The same ensemble could be paired with a brightly-coloured blazer to add freshness and a spark of personality.”
Diya Aroraa and Rajvvir Aroraa suggest a cotton or linen shirt dress or sun dress for casual dos, paired with leather accessories, tie-ups or gladiator-style footwear and a tan fringed suede bag. “For a feminine look, floral head gear and a lace cape will be apt. Go formal with a stylish cocktail dress with slight embellishments or hand-painted floral motifs,” they say.
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When it comes to accessorising, Malhotra advises using pop colours like hot pink, lemon yellow or tangerine to ‘colour-block the look’. “But make sure you use only one colour and in only one area, be it a bag, bold lip or footwear. Don’t overdo it.”
Vandana Jagwani, creative head at Mahesh Notandass Fine Jewellery, echoes this, “Pair a vibrant-coloured accessory like coral or turquoise earrings or a statement ring with bold motifs. The LWD leaves a lot of room to play with funky as well as simple jewellery.” She recommends stylish palm cuffs or ear cuffs and stacking bracelets of varying sizes, colours and textures or gold bangles with coin or tassels. However, go classic for an evening out, with a diamond or emerald ring or pendant, depending on the style and silhouette of the ensemble. For a dash of elegance, a string of pearls will do the trick.
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While the summery LWD is appealing, designers are sure that it won’t be edging out the LBD anytime soon. Raghani says, “LBDs have ruled for ages, no matter what the season is. This summer, the LWD is taking centre-stage on ramps and in street fashion as well.” The Aroraa duo reiterates that while it’s perfect for an afternoon soirée, brunch or sun-downer, they “believe it can never overpower the classic LBD”.