Every time someone says they use Norton Anti-Virus I strongly suspect that
they use AOL as their browser home page.
And I continue the thought that Norton is as much an imitation of
anti-virus software as AOL is an imitation of the internet.
I systematically remove Norton from any computer I work on. if a
customer wants Norton they can install it because I won't.
Norton spends too much time doing what I call "Waving the corporate flag".
It does this by throwing false positives sometimes of ficticious/non-existing
"problems" that it must remove/repair simply to convince you it is doing
something so that they can justify you paying your annual subscription fee for it.
Cloud storage of data is an excellent thing to pay for... until you consider
that you can buy a 64gb USB drive that you can keep in the console of
your car for far less money per GB. and if you want greater security buy
a couple more thumb drives and keep them in seperate places.
And unlike Cloud storage nobody is going to determine that any of your files
violate terms of service and delete them (and your paid for account) on an
unexplained whim, over which you have no right of appeal.