Acquisition a "defining" moment for the network services sector
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Brings Cloud SaaS protection to Australia and New Zealand
Takes place on board as non-executive director
Claims win for Australian innovation
Laurence Baynham appointed new chief executive
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The APAC MD and SVP discusses her career, gender politics, industry consolidation and her predictions for 2015
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