What You Missed from the Unified IT and Security Twitter Chat

Posted on 22/07/2020 by vmwareemeasmt

This week, VMware VP Joe Baguley hosted a Twitter Chat alongside Senior Director Jeremy van Doorn and Forrester’s Jeff Pollard to discuss how security tasks are moving more and more towards a shared model across teams.

If you didn’t make it to the live Twitter Chat, don’t worry!

We’ve compiled a full recap of everything you missed; from the shared goals of IT and Security teams in the EMEA region, to the changing structure of tech organisations when it comes to protecting themselves. Here’s the lowdown on #UnifiedITandSecurity:

Want to learn more about #UnifiedITandSecurity? Take a look at the Forrester research report, or check out the full Twitter Moment.


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