CMS Distribution launches CMS Cloud Powered by Quantum Evolve

CMS Distribution’s launch of CMS Cloud Powered by Cyber Resilience and Security Solutions service provider, Quantum Evolve will assist organisations with their Digital, Cyber and Business Transformation needs.

“‘CMS Powered by’ Quantum Evolve will deliver consultancy services and solutions that will assess end users’ position to face Cyber Threats and adapt into the future. Quantum Evolve will arrange a free call with potential clients on behalf of VARs and MSPs to see what additional services they may need. All and any chargeable work done by Quantum Evolve through CMS will always flow back through the introducing partner, as would any remediation on incremental procurement that the end customer requires,” said Nick Bailey, Alliance Director at CMS Distribution.

Mark Child, Quantum Evolve’s Chief Executive Officer, said: “Every organisation is susceptible to Cyber Threats, which in-turn has the potential to significantly damage or disrupt a business’ operations. In what is an ever-changing threat landscape, it is essential that organisations consider what measures they need to put in place to secure their operations and provide the necessary resilience against potential harm caused by others. Our hugely experienced team consists of individuals who have held C-level positions including CISO, CIO and CTO and as such, they are extremely well versed in dealing with the types of challenges that organisations face and are able to relay first-hand experiences and solutions across the entire range of Cyber Threats. We believe that this presents a significant opportunity for CMS and its Partners to complement their already excellent portfolio of products and services.”

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