As organizations embrace digital transformation initiatives such as IoT and multi-cloud networks to achieve business agility, automation and scale, the increased connectedness is creating a much larger attack vector.
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With hyper-convergence at the IoT edge, VMware is allowing organizations to take advantage of prebuilt micro data centers.
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Endpoint security is a growing concern as gaps in protection continue to leave devices vulnerable to attack.
Enterprises are recognizing that the traditional data center model is no longer viable. It lacks flexibility and efficiency.
Just as hackers are ganging up on vulnerabilities as soon as they’re identified, organizations need to use the latest, most reliable threat intelligence to defend against these attacks.
In the rush to SaaS, many organizations are failing to adequately protect all the data that is flowing into the cloud.
Organizations need to be proactive in addressing software license compliance issues instead of waiting for audits to uncover costly violations.
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