Sun’s David Kenyon and Nigel Dessau on Security, Encryption and Storage

September 22nd, 2006 |

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Sun Microsystems Senior Director of Data Protection and Archive Product Management David Kenyon and Vice President of Storage Marketing and Business Operations Nigel Dessau talk about the New York City event where the company announced new developments in encryption and security, as well as virtual tape. Speaking with PodTech Founder John Furrier, they also discussed the recent one-year anniversary of the merger between Sun and StorageTek. After one year, according to Kenyon, the desired synergistic result has been achieved: Sun gave StorageTek a much deeper capability, while Sun got a broader product range.

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