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PCR June women in tech: Gigamon’s Larissa Crandall

With over 22 years as a channel sales executive in the high-tech industry, Larissa Crandall, vice president of Worldwide Channel and Alliances at Gigamon has extensive experience transforming global partner ecosystems. We spoke with Larissa to find out more about her dedication to the channel. Since joining Gigamon, Larissa Crandall …

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PCR JUNE ISSUE OUT NOW: IoT and smart devices Special

If you are a gaming fanatic then make sure you take a trip to Hamleys store in London to experience the fantastic new gaming zone created by Exertis in the shop’s basement. With some uber-cool hands on gaming experiences across a range of different zones you can really get a …

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Gigamon appoints Mark Coates as VP EMEA

Gigamon Inc. has appointed Mark Coates as VP EMEA. With over 25 years of experience from inside and outside of the IT and Security industry, Coates will lead the EMEA team in supporting customers’ changing requirements as they seek to establish a secure digital infrastructure and reduce operational costs associated …

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Gigamon Appoints Shane Buckley to President and CEO 

Gigamon has appointment Shane Buckley as President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). After 10 years, Paul Hooper is stepping down from the CEO role but will remain an active member of the Gigamon Board of Directors. Buckley will lead the next evolution of Gigamon as the company invests in and …

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Armis and Gigamon Team Up to Safeguard Unmanaged and IoT Devices Against Rising Cloud Threats

Armis and Gigamon are collaborating on a joint solution that enables organisations to reduce business risk and increase security through real-time and continuous protection for managed, unmanaged, and IoT devices. While agent-based security approaches may effectively protect many critical assets on traditional networks, these approaches do little to secure unmanaged, …

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April 2021 network security: Securing the data highway

Over the last year, digital transformation initiatives have evolved from a long-term goal to a necessity for maintaining business continuity. Michael Dickman Gigamon’s new Chief Product Officer (CPO) chats to PCR about the importance of being a trusted partner to help with the optimisation and security of emerging hybrid architectures …

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PCR APRIL DATA & WEB SERVICES ISSUE OUT NOW!

Hot off the press the PCR April issue brings you our special focus on data and web services. Life seems to be full of data at the moment and not just the reoccurring broadcast of national Coronavirus statics. But the data picture is far bigger than we may realise, and …

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Gigamon Hawk delivers pervasive visibility across the digital enterprise

Gigamon has announced its latest Gigamon Hawk technical integration with FireEye, Inc., the intelligence-led security company. Gigamon Hawk is now integrated with FireEye Network Security, to provide a unified view across hybrid infrastructure through a single, simple interface with built-in management and reporting. “Gigamon Hawk establishes an important precedent for …

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Gigamon enhances application visibility with Nutanix Ready Validation

Gigamon’s Nutanix Ready validation for Gigamon Hawk is an elastic visibility and analytics fabric for all data-in-motion across the hybrid cloud. Hawk delivers continuous visibility across the hybrid cloud, reduces manual intervention with visibility-as-code automation and provides both on-premises and cloud tools with contextualised network information otherwise not possible. Infrastructure complexity has …

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Gigamon AWS partnership and Hawk launch simplifies secure cloud adoption

Gigamon is launching Hawk, elastic visibility and analytics fabric. Hawk’s visibility-as-code can be embedded into cloud automation to elastically scale-up and scale-out on demand. A single, consumption-based licensing model operates across any cloud, public or private. It provides traditional network tools with immediate, agentless visibility into layers 2-7 across any cloud …

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