e92plus has signed a UK partnership with HelpSystems to provide email security, data protection and secure file transfer solutions.
HelpSystems’ data security solutions enable organisations to identify, secure and share their sensitive data in on-premise, cloud, or hybrid environments.
“With their investment in best-of-breed security technology to cover the entire data lifecycle, HelpSystems is the perfect fit for us and we’re very excited about the opportunities they bring to the channel,”explains Mukesh Gupta, CEO at e92plus.
“A recent data security survey from ISMG* highlighted that potential, with 80% of respondents prioritising data security over the last year. Areas of investment include data loss prevention, data classification, and encryption, with almost 70% of respondents deploying security software both on-premise and in the cloud.”
HelpSystems recently launched a new partner programme that allows partners to position complementary cyber security products as a solution to solve their customers’ growing security challenges. The program delivers comprehensive support to partners in their role as trusted advisors and supports different partner types including VARs, MSSPs/MSPs and consultancies.
“The sheer range and scale of cyber security threats today mean that many of our customers are looking to consolidate their technology stack and work with vendors who can provide more than just point products,” continues Gupta. “HelpSystems delivers on that, and when they combine solutions to drive productivity benefits, there’s clear ROI and business value we can deliver to customers beyond just threat protection.”
“We are pleased to see continued strong demand in the UK for our data security solutions,” said Renee Ritter, Vice President, Channel at HelpSystems. “We are confident that e92plus will help us meet the needs of our joint customers, and we look forward to developing our relationship.”
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