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Stories by By Yogesh Gupta
Three executives has served as Symantec’s global CEO from 2012 to 2016. Greg Clark is the latest CEO who left the security giant.
Sudheesh Nair has a new role at ThoughtSpot, the fast growing unicorn in the Silicon Valley. Now, he leads a company that provides solutions in the niche domain of augmented AI, and empowers C-suite executives and front-line employees with the ability to instantly uncover data-driven insights.
WatchGuard Technologies continues its steadfast focus on delivering integrated, multi-function threat management appliances. A provider of network security appliances, the company has overhauled its distributor ecosystem as and when to ensure a profitable channel that caters to the changing security needs of the organizations globally. ChannelWorld India spoke exclusively to Randy Johnson, Director, Worldwide Distribution, WatchGuard on his recent India visit on the current state of network security, the distribution model and the channel ecosystem.
CSO India had an intriguing chat with Joergen Jakobsen, senior vice president and managing director, APJ Sales, Sophos on the company’s big focus to steer its value proposition to the organizations.
HPE’s Phil Davis talks about his new role, the company’s direction and its technology blueprint.
The industrial revolution 4.0 has set the technology jargons in a frenzy.
IoT’s greatest promise data deluge is often its biggest peril for businesses, says Avinash Arora, ED Global CIO at TrakItNow Technologies
Connected security and cloud stitched together with services is the future for new-look vendor.
An enterprise cloud platform company, Nutanix helps companies thread the path of hyper converged infra. ComputerWorld India had an extensive chat with Dheeraj Pandey, Co-founder CEO, Nutanix on hyper convergence, IPO debut, and competitive landscape.
Dell Technologies (earlier Dell) has sold three major business units (BUs) since its announcement last October to buy EMC in a $67 billion mega deal.
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