Take a Network Break! Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins has stated that Cisco believes privacy is a human right. The CEO called for governments around the world to enact privacy legislation to protect consumers.
VMware revamps its recertification process, doing away with a requirement to recertify every two years. Will other vendors follow suit?
Sprint and Cisco partner on a Meraki managed service, Azure Stacks get tactical, and Dell EMC is rumored to be selling SecureWorks, its managed security services business.
Wells Fargo suffered a major outage in the US after a data center snafu, and Huawei pledges to spend 1.5 billion pounds to address security concerns raised by a British government report.
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Removing 2-year VCP Recertification Requirement – VMware Japan Education Blog
VMware Recertification Rollback FAQ – VMware (PDF)
Exclusive: Dell explores sale of cybersecurity company SecureWorks – sources – Reuters
Updates on Restoring Services for Customers – Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo’s 20-month nightmare – CNN Money
Cisco Calls for Privacy to be Considered a Human Right – The Network