Trend Micro has announced that it has received the Global Partner Innovation Award in the Technical ISV category. Trend Micro was recognised at the VMware Partner Leadership Summit 2018, held in Scottsdale, AZ. This was the second Global Partner Innovation award for Trend Micro, while the regional team in Asia has been recognised for the past four years and the team from Japan has received three awards.
“I am pleased to recognise this year’s Global Partner Innovation Award winners, which are given to a select group of partners for their exceptional efforts in innovation in 2017. VMware is proud to see Trend Micro honoured in the Technical ISV category, and we look forward to our continued collaboration in enabling digital transformations for global business of all sizes,” said Susan Nash, Vice President – Strategic Corporate Alliances, VMware.
Nilesh Jain, Vice President – South East Asia and India, Trend Micro said, “Trend Micro has been working closely with VMware for more than 10 years, continually optimising its security offering for VMware environments. The result of this collaboration is highly efficient, which can be automatically deployed to consistently protect virtualised workloads, with full visibility across VMware deployments. We are honoured to experience this glorious moment and be associated with the event.”
“We’re delighted to receive this award for the second year in a row. Trend Micro has been a VMware partner since 2008 and the strength and solidity of our partnership has helped organizations over that time transform and secure the modern data centre. Our comprehensive set of automated security capabilities is optimised to protect VMware deployments across data centres, private and public clouds, and hybrid deployments – all part of our mission to secure the connected world,” said Sanjay Mehta, SVP, Business Development & Strategic Alliances, Trend Micro.
Recipients of a Global VMware Partner Innovation Award were acknowledged in 17 categories for outstanding performance and distinctive achievements during 2017.