posted

0 Comments

Wondering how your business can tap into the flexible scalability of cloud-based IT while still maintaining data security and data sovereignty? You’re not alone. Like most IT professionals, your primary concern is still security.

Join us Thursday, June 18th from 11 AM – 1 PM (PST) as we demonstrate how VMware vCloud® Air™ addresses your top security concerns. See for yourself how to extend security and control of your environment to the cloud and learn more about the benefits of tenancy isolation, timely catalog OS patches, user access controls and more.

In this security-focused webcast, Sr. Technical Marketing Manager Michael Roy and Sr. Product Marketing Manager Todd Zambrovitz will demonstrate:

  • Examples of how portable controls can follow your workloads
  • Roles and responsibilities of a shared security model
  • The certifications and audits achieved by vCloud Air

Register for the webcast for a deep dive into IT security and the public cloud so you can move to the cloud with confidence!

Webcast details:
IT Security Does Not Have to End Where the Public Cloud Begins
Thursday, June 18, 2015
11:00 AM PST
Register

Todd Zambrovitz is a Sr. Product Marketing Manager on the vCloud Air team at VMware. His responsibilities have included launching the Virtual Private Cloud OnDemand service and developing cloud-based solution use cases on vCloud Air. He has been with VMware for 2+ years and has been in the technology industry for over 25 years.

Michael Roy is a Sr. Technical Marketing Manager for vCloud Air at VMware. With a focus on Security, he helps guide the service roadmap and messaging, produces and presents technical collateral, and works across teams to drive our cross-product integration strategy. Michael has been with VMware since 2009 starting in Global Support Services, and has been with the vCloud Air team since it began.

Be sure to subscribe to the vCloud blog with your favorite RSS reader, or follow our social channels at @vCloud and Facebook.com/VMwarevCloud for the latest updates.