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V3 Awards: Trend Micro scoops gong for Best Cloud Security Product [Video]

05 Dec 2012

The great and the good of the technology industry gathered in London on Friday afternoon to celebrate the best IT products, events and people of the past 12 months at the V3 Technology Awards 2012.

Security company Trend Micro picked up the award for Best Cloud Security Product and the firm's head of EMEA Andy Dancer told us how delighted he was about the win, his highlights of 2012 and what's in store for Trend Micro in the year ahead.

 

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