At VMware, our worldview is that we are interconnected and interdependent on each other and the planet.
With each innovation our business has brought to market, we have seen how even a single step forward can create a ripple effect that transforms an entire industry. We can and should apply this thinking to the challenges that our world faces today: a global pandemic, social injustice, financial instability and climate change.
We are all invariably connected. We can all decide to be part of the problem or be part of the solution. This moment is an opportunity to create systemic and scalable change. That’s why we choose to be a force for good—with each action and across all our collective decisions. That’s how resilience is built, and today we need it more than ever.
We will look back on 2020 as a watershed moment; the year everything changed. It would have been impossible to comprehend the speed and scale of the multiple challenges before us today. From the global pandemic, continued systemic inequities, geopolitical uncertainty and cybersecurity, to the march of climate change with extreme weather events impacting our own employees and immediate communities, these tumultuous events have shown how deeply interconnected we are as humans.
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Navigating complex organizations through moments of major transformation requires clear strategy balanced with humility and empathy. At VMware, we’ve endured challenges in the past and we are again called to navigate through disruption while innovating for the future.
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In the wake of a global pandemic, we’ve had to face just how interconnected we truly are: as a species, a society, and a global economy. We will be forever changed by this collective experience, and from it we will emerge with different perspectives on how we work, learn, care for each other and sustain community.
VMware has the capabilities and is committed to helping customers across the globe enable their employees to work remotely, maintain productivity, increase connectivity, and provide for continuous, secure access to applications regardless of the endpoint.
We enhance the trust of our stakeholders by transparently disclosing our environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies and metrics. Our voluntary reporting is informed by the following frameworks: the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) and the ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC).