13 May 2022
Who was your hero when you were growing up?
Brian Clough, I really admired his straight talking and his ability to motivate and lead an average group of footballers, getting 110% out of them, making them believe in themselves. That is why I ended up supporting Nottingham Forest.Read the full article
10 May 2022
SD-WAN has gained a lot of traction over the years as enterprises look to modernise their networks. But what criteria do businesses use – in other words, how do they know they need it? Robert Shepherd investigatesRead the full article
11 April 2022
1. What was your big career break?
I remember exactly - it was when I joined RSA as a Sales Engineer in the 2000s. Before, I was a consultant working for customers in France in the Identity and Access Management domain. And suddenly I’d joined a cyber security vendor working as an engineer supporting the sales team. I had the feeling of jumping into a high-speed train, and it was super exciting. I discovered how cybersecurity (named IT security at that time) was truly fascinating.
2. Who was your hero when you were growing up?
John Lennon. I was a big fan of the Beatles (all four of them). But more than just the quality of their music — it was rich, punchy and sophisticated. That said, John Lennon was a true icon. Funny and ironic, musically great, but also engaged in human causes.