Sales & Marketing Associate (Former Employee) – Las Colinas, TX – June 27, 2017
I was hired into a program that I do not think was appropriately developed yet. The position was inaccurately described, and this ultimately lead me to apply for a job I had no business applying for. There are a ton of perks at working at Trend Micro. Many of the employees are fun and friendly. There is always free food, and at first glance Trend is a great company to work for.. It did not work out for me, but I would not totally dismiss them.
Abundance of free food, AMAZING benefits, 3 weeks of time off a year
Order Management Specialist (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – September 25, 2016
I absolutely loved working for this company. My team was amazing and I loved the work we did. The company's vision is great and they were constantly changing to keep up with the fast paced technology in today's world. All of the changes were for the best and I loved growing with the company and adapting with the change.
Teammates, management, job responsibilities, constant change for the better
Sr. Threat Researcher (Current Employee) – Cupertino, CA – June 6, 2016
Whenever needs a fresh look at a problem, this company come to me for a fresh perspective. Don't rely on common methods to solve a problem but address each situation with creative solutions. look at each problem with a fresh perspective. Use creativity in any role I am in within the team. take the day-to-day tasks and challenge the status quo to see where improvements can be made.
Senior Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Cupertino, CA – February 12, 2016
Many very bright, capable and easy going engineers. The most enjoyable part of the job was developing new code, and the hardest part could be adding new features to existing code, depending on how old the code was, and who had previously worked on it.
Systems Engineer Intern (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – May 8, 2015
The only con I had was the long drive in the morning. Other than that, once I got to work I would have a talk with my boss to see what possibilities I could do around the office. I didn't know what career path I want to follow so my boss and I did many tasks from coding in android to ruby on rails. I also made presentations to talk about their products and had to present to the whole office just like a normal corporate presentation. I also jumped in on calls with large corporations and tagged along to important meetings.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Cupertino, CA – March 23, 2015
I had a great time working at Trend Micro, but at moments it was very stressful dealing with angry customers or trying to manage who gets access to the building. Trend Micro will have to be notified by the facility manager, if any visitors will be trying to access the building. At times we would have to turn vendors or people away because we were not informed about it. Trend Micro wants to keep a safe environment and make sure no strangers have access. Since I work in the front desk alone, it was very quiet and majority of the time I would transfer calls. Some days I would get angry callers, but as always I would stay calm and stay professional. Only once I was threaten on the phone, but I knew it's normal.
The employee at Trend Micro were very kind and always treated me with respect. If I had trouble with anything at all, someone would help me right away with my situation.
I loved their coffee & bagel day and Birthday cake day which is celebrated once a month.
Don't expect much from upper management Decent product solution Great employees Free coffee Culture use to be more of a family vibe where everyone felt like they owned a piece of the company and took more pride in the company. New Irving Sales director replaced a great VP of sales and in my opinion no where near the level of management and lack of an eye for true dedicated talent
Desktop Support Analyst (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 9, 2014
A typical day at American Management Association would always start with the 9:30 meeting to go over the tickets and the days would be answering the help desk call and following thru with solving the user problems. Each day brought a new challenge and problems whether it was to fix a PC or to troubleshoot a Citrix VDI unit.