Bluecoat Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Blue Coat Systems was a company that provided hardware, software, and services designed for cybersecurity and network management. In 2016, it was acquired by and folded into Symantec. The company was known as CacheFlow until 2002.
A former director of marketing shared in a review "Blue Coat is experiencing a lot of change - especially with lots of top management turnover. Overall a great set of products with a loyal installed base. They just need to focus on flawless execution."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Lack of opportunities for growth"
Sr. Malware Analyst (Former Employee) says"Management was not good and no job security was there with bluecoat. No reward or recognition given to employee even after work for day and night. Not at all recommended.No ProsTons of cons"
Finance Manager (Former Employee) says"New employees were treated as step-children. Poor communication from management team, especially Finance dept. Overall employees morales were negative"
Brian Higgins says"RT @CllrMariaToolan: Building of the Day - Bluecoat Arts Centre, School Lane,1717 one of the gems of the city unknown architect. Oldest bdg…"
Helen Pinkers says"@ThomHetheringto @ArtSchoolLpool @walkergallery @tateliverpool @theBluecoat The Tate is definitely open and parts of Bluecoat I believe."
great bratton says"RT @colour_history: Pierre Lefevre, a BBC French war correspondent, making a broadcast as a Guards Armoured Division M4A4 Sherman "Banshee…"
Merseyside Irish says"RT @liverpoollogs: Liverpool Irish Festival 2020 – In the Window Call Out https://t.co/agTKsj0d9C posted by the Bluecoat Display Centre."
In The News
ZDNet reports"Tens of thousands of Chromebooks fail because of Symantec BlueCoat problem"
The Times reports"Blue Coat School at centre of sex abuse claims cancels reunion"
scotteblog.com reports"House fire on the 5500 block of Bluecoat Lane in Columbia"
Liverpool Echo reports"Blue Coat school slams 'ludicrous' claims they are checking pupils' phones amidst teacher bullying row"