Hardware-centric networks are not able to keep up with the demands of business today, not to mention the growing security threats that exist. Read this solution overview to discover how implementing a network virtualization solution for your business will make your life easier.
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Businesses around the world are seeing an increase in malware attacks, including ransomware like CryptoLocker, Locky, and zCrypt. These attacks can result in weeks of downtime, and some of the most damaging data breaches originated with malware, including the Target breach in 2014.
A robust malware defense could...
As enterprise IT teams look into moving their critical workloads from on-premises traditional data centers into virtualized, software-defined data centers (SDDC), or even public clouds, they often face a number of important questions:
How can we ensure the availability, reliability, and performance of our mission...
VMware Workspace ONE brings together the power of VMware AirWatch® and VMware Identity Manager to accelerate and secure Office 365 deployments. In this
white paper we'll explore how you can address above challenges with Workspace ONE, and enable the secure use of Office 365 across corporate-owned devices,
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