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4. Hagerman: Cyberoam Central To Product Road Map

UTM appliance maker Cyberoam Technologies helped Sophos bolster its engineering team from 100 to 350 engineers. It is moving from its Astaro code base over to new UTM software designed to support a wide variety of integration and threat protection capabilities, according to Hagerman.

"For us, the Cyberoam acquisition was fundamentally about technology and engineering scale," Hagerman said. "What we can now deliver on our road maps is far beyond what we could have done on our own."

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