At VMware, we have established an annual tradition of celebrating Pi Day each March 14 by embracing our core EPIC2 values and getting geeky about giving back. Pi is woven throughout VMware Foundation programs as a way to make them memorable and uniquely VMware.
I’ve served in many roles: U.S. Navy SEAL Commander, White House Fellow, private sector asset management, sales and operations, and now, chief digital transformation officer at VMware. I am often asked about what leading a SEAL team has in common with a world-class software company. I tell people that it’s all about mission, meaning and impact—no matter what hard challenges you’re working on.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, we are honoring all of the women at VMware who inspire, lead, innovate and set the stage for the next generation to come. In a six-part series, we will highlight some of the outstanding women in security that are playing a significant role in keeping the world safe from cyberattacks.
Black Americans play a profound role in shaping the world’s technology. Many everyday essentials, from caller ID to traffic lights, came from the creative minds of Black technology inventors, innovators and leaders.
At VMware, we pride ourselves on innovation. So, in honor of Black History Month, we decided to highlight some of the all-time greatest Black engineers, scholars and entrepreneurs. These individuals profoundly progressed science, the tech industry and daily life.
Today, every organization needs technology to manage operations and deliver services. Yet, due to resource constraints and systemic inequities, social sector organizations struggle to fully realize the benefits of technology.
Sustainability is a company priority here at VMware. Last year, we doubled down on our sustainability commitments and announced our 2030 Agenda, a decade-long business initiative to address critical challenges facing the global community—one of which is climate change.
By Nicola Acutt, vice president, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG), VMware
On the heels of our 2030 Agenda announcement, VMware has been recognized on CDP’s Climate A List.(1) CDP is a global environmental nonprofit, and its A List recognizes companies committed to reducing carbon emissions and managing climate change risk.
By Nicola Acutt, vice president, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)
When it comes to popular perceptions of environmental sustainability, big business can sometimes get a bad rap. It’s the biggest names in the industry—from Microsoft to Google to VMware—who’ve been leading the way in reimagining how big tech can create more sustainable operating models.