Evolving to a Cloud-Managed Enterprise

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PG Menon, Sr. Director of Product Marketing, Infoblox

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Driven by a need to grow and protect their business, organizations are embracing new technologies and market trends in spite of some very challenging socio-economic conditions. Embracing new technologies can be complex and overwhelming but IT must modernize so businesses can improve their operational efficiency. Regardless of the technologies being considered, one underlying fact is evident; to fully realize the benefits of modernization, they require a solid foundation. Infoblox can provide the foundation to enable, simplify and accelerate your business transformation. Join PG Menon, Sr. Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox, to learn: - Why DDI is foundational to modern technology trends - The business impact of cloud-managed DDI - References to real-world examples describing the business impact of cloud-managed DDI PG Menon is a Senior Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox. He was most recently a Senior Director, at Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Company where he was product marketing lead for its $1.2B switching product line. Before Aruba, PG was senior director of technology strategy at Brocade Communications where he led several corporate initiatives such as SDN and DevOps for cloud and datacenter markets. Prior to Brocade, PG was a founding executive in numerous startups that resulted in M&A with major corporations such as ARRIS International and Cabletron Systems. PG Menon has an MS EE from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and BS in EE from IIT, Varanasi, India.

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