Wipro Extends Partnership with VMware to Deliver BoundaryLess Enterprise Solution
Wipro Limited (NYSE: WIT, BSE: 507685, NSE: WIPRO), a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company, today announced the launch of its BoundaryLess Enterprise Solution (BLE).
Why VMware’s Octarine deal, SOC alliance matters to Africa
Developments can help African businesses address challenges in leveraging applications, including cost and length of time to market.
Building the secure foundation for today’s new norm
Ultimately the aim has been to get people up and running and operational - perfection at this stage has not been the objective says Kristine Dahl, Vice President for End User Computing, EMEA, VMware.
Business not as usual…from the exception to the norm
Lorna Hardie, Regional Director VMware Sub-Saharan Africa details what is involved in getting your workforce up and running remotely, quickly and securely.
Local partner role is critical to cloud success in Africa
Traditional rivals are becoming more agile and are leveraging new technologies said Guy Zibi, principal analyst, Xalam Analytics.
Securing the increasingly complex end-user computing landscape
Kneejerk reactions meant to further secure an organisation end up putting it at greater risk says Shankar Iyer, general manager, End User Computing, VMware.
Google and VMware have extended their cloud computing partnership
The companies unveil a service that allows organisations to run their VMware workloads on Google’s cloud platform.
Are SA businesses buckling under weight of cybercrime?
Outdated systems, software, complacency and lack of ownership identified as major contributing factors.
Cyber security in SA - state of the unready nation
Independent research shows that businesses approach to IT security in a cloud and digital era needs to change dramatically as IT professionals are feeling the pressure.
Many EMEA businesses unsure of their security tech
Market research shows that despite continued investment in security solutions, only 25% of respondents in the region are confident about their cyber security.