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Large IT players are making more moves in the cybersecurity market, but McAfee CEO Chris Young expects to see proliferation, rather than consolidation, of security vendors.   Last month VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger shared his vision for the cybersecurity market — shortly after the company announced it was buying security vendor

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Over the last decade cybersecurity spending by organisations has increased to such an extent that it now represents the largest part of many IT budgets but during that time breaches, and the costs associated with them have increased faster than the increase in spending says VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger. He

VMware announced that it has expanded its telco and edge cloud portfolio to drive real-time intelligence for telco networks, as well as improved automation and security for telco, edge and IoT applications. Already serving as a key infrastructure provider for most communications service providers and enterprise customers around the world,

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Last week’s statement by the US-based Business Roundtable – which represents some of the world’s largest companies – abandoning a long-held view that shareholders’ interests should come first elicited considerable excitement in the business community. Though perhaps it should not have, according to Dell CEO Michael Dell. Earlier today he

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The Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) has signed a three-party memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Digital Asset (DA) and VMware to work together on distributed ledger technology (DLT) initiatives in Australia and New Zealand. The ASX has been an early pioneer in blockchain technology, deciding in 2015 to replace its 25-year-old

VMware is buying cybersecurity company Carbon Black and digital transformation company Pivotal in two deals worth US$2.1 billion and US$2.7 billion respectively. Carbon Black is a next-generation security cloud provider with more than 5,600 customers and 500 partners globally.  Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter The company’s cloud-native security

While it is often easy to miss the significance of changes as our business or career evolves around us, take a longer perspective and suddenly you realise how radical the change can be. That’s our take-away from a recent interview with visiting VMware CMO Robin Matlock. Sign up for Which-50’s

The total annual spend on Mobile Edge Computing (the collection and analysis of data at the source of generation, at the dge of the network, instead of a centralised location such as the cloud), will reach $11.2 billion by 2024. This is up from an estimated $1.3 billion in 2019,

VMware, the company best known for virtualising servers and storage, is transitioning to a subscription service model, according to its cloud platform CTO, Kit Colbert. The move is similar to Adobe’s SaaS shift and will generate better outcomes for customers, according to Colbert. “We absolutely are focused on moving more

The narrative that enterprises must move all their data centres to a public cloud is dead, according to Sanjay Poonen, COO, VMware Customer Operations. VMware, through a partnership with AWS, believes a hybrid option is now necessary, but it requires a fundamental change in data security. Sign up for Which-50’s