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Emerging Security Trends with Tom Corn, SVP, VMware + VMworld Tease!

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Emerging Security Trends with Tom Corn, SVP, VMware + VMworld Tease!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGAMovUNhVI

I recently sat down with Tom Corn, Senior VP of Security Products at VMware, after his keynote presentation at GreenPages’ Cloudscape Summit 2017. While most of his keynote announcements are under wraps until VMworld kicks off next week, he was able to discuss what security trends are emerging in the security industry as well as VMware’s role, including the importance of micro segmentation and how that technology is poised to continue to grow. Check out the video, including a little tease about the upcoming exciting news that will be unveiled at VMworld!

GreenPages' Enterprise Consultant, Chris Williams, will be presenting at VMworld this year! His session will focus on how an architect designs for availability and recoverability in the cloud. It is on Tuesday, August 29th from 3:00pm t0 3:15pm at VMworld. Click here for more info.

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