Networking is a software industry, and network virtualization is transforming network and security operations and economics.
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Networks are facing increasing challenges for greater speed, flexibility, and security. Network virtualization offers the solution.
Networking is undergoing a seismic shift from hardware to software-centric models, and common themes and challenges are emerging.
West Coghlan of the Economist Intelligence Unit explains how cyber security is affecting enterprise efficiency, collaboration, & innovation.
In this second of a 3-part series, VMware explores with the EIU the security issues of brand reputation and customer data.
In this first of a 3-part series, West Coghlan of the EIU discusses a critical disconnect between C-suite and security leadership.
With cyber threats constantly escalating in number and type, firms need to define a new, strategic approach to security.
VMware NSX can have a profound impact on your business, your customers, and beyond. This is called “The Net Effect.”
C-suite and security executives disagree about the impact cyber security has on business innovation and operations.
Across the boardroom, C-suite business and security leaders agree on the most significant cyber threats.
In the minds of senior executives, the greatest danger of cyber-attacks is damage to the firm’s reputation with its customers.
VMware recently commissioned The Economist Intelligence Unit to survey C-suite and security executives. The results are surprising.
Network virtualization offers a lot of benefits, but security is high on the list for these IT professionals.