- Micro Focus may not yet be known for enterprise security, but it has become a significant player with the addition of HPE’s software assets.
- Micro Focus must go beyond touting its size and promote its analytics-centric strategy to better secure users, applications, and data.
Micro Focus may not yet be well known on the enterprise security landscape, but that’s about to change.
The vendor has been around since the ‘80s working on COBOL, but on September 1, 2017, Micro Focus became a new company. That’s when it completed its so-called ‘spin-merger’ with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, absorbing most of the software assets of HPE. Overnight, Micro Focus became a goliath: $4.4 billion in annual revenue, 18,000 employees, and offerings in segments including DevOps, hybrid IT, data management, analytics, and cybersecurity. Continue reading “New-Look Micro Focus Crafts an Analytics-Driven Enterprise Security Strategy”