Gartner Report: Cool Vendors in Digital Workplace Security, 2016


Download Each year, Gartner recognizes vendors across different fields as offering a new technology or approach to better solve existing problems; and others that offered innovative solutions to solve new problems. These vendors are not selected as Cool Vendors simply because they have interesting technology, but also because of the growth and success of their company in using technology differently to solve customer problems resulting in tremendous traction. Who does Gartner identify as Cool Vendor in Digital Workplace Security Market, 2016?

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