Honored with two accolades – Enterprise Mobility Management Provider of the Year and Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) Security Vendor of the Year
Named Enterprise Mobility Management Provider of the Year for 5th consecutive year
Bengaluru, NFAPost: VMware, a leading innovator in enterprise software, received top honors at Frost & Sullivan’s 2020 India ICT Best Practices Awards for its outstanding performance as the ‘Enterprise Mobility Management Provider of the Year’ and the ‘Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) Security Vendor of the Year’.
VMware was named the Enterprise Mobility Management Provider of the Year for the fifth year in a row at Frost & Sullivan’s 2020 India ICT Awards.
The awards recognized companies for their exceptional growth and industry strategies, product development abilities, competitive advancement skills, technology innovation, and dedicated customer focus.
The winners were recognized for demonstrating breakthrough best practices and setting global benchmarks for technologies expected to catalyze and transform industries.
Commenting on the multiple wins, VMware India vice president and managing director Pradeep Nair said this has been an extraordinary year.
“As work went remote, and security concerns loomed large, we helped our customers better secure their digital workspaces and enable business continuity. Enterprise mobility by way of the digital workspace remains one of the key pillars of our trusted digital foundation for an unpredictable world, and we will continue to innovate and partner with innovative solution providers to bring the best enterprise mobility solutions to our customers in the region,” said Pradeep Nair.
He said the company’s security solutions for Software-Defined Data Centers have helped customers shift their security posture from a reactive one to one of strength.
“We are delighted to have received the two awards this year at the Frost & Sullivan ICT Awards as they not only validate our commitment to growing our footprint in the region, but also motivate us to continue to innovate and offer superlative technology solutions to our customers,” said Pradeep Nair.
ICT Associate Director Apalak Ghosh said VMware has demonstrated long-term vision, and its robust technology platform has had a positive impact by delivering business value for enterprises in India.
“The company’s visionary innovations are designed to drive the future and to provide differentiated benefits, not limited to business performance, however, by augmenting the workforce’s professional and personal lives,” said ICT Associate Director Apalak Ghosh.
As enterprises continue on their digital transformation journeys, ICT Senior Industry Analyst Rajarshi Dhar said the software-defined data center holds the key to future agility and innovation.
“However, enterprises need to make sure that applications and workloads are well protected. VMware’s NSX enables control over east-west traffic within the SDDC environment and offers granular visibility to improve threat identification and response,” said ICT Senior Industry Analyst Rajarshi Dhar.
The Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Awards have recognized exemplary achievements within a multitude of industries and functional disciplines for the last 19 years.
Frost & Sullivan’s India ICT Awards contenders were judged on a variety of parameters including revenue, market share, product diversity, vertical and horizontal diversity, major customer acquisitions, the efficacy of innovation processes, product service, and positioning.
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