Category: Security


Introducing the McAfee Cloud Security Platform, a Secure Way to Connect to the Cloud

McAfee recently announced a new platform that could securely connect cloud systems. The Santa Clara-based computer security company named the new program – McAfee Cloud Security Platform (MCSP). The security program, with the help of Intel’s (McAfee’s parent company) system, can secure almost all cloud-based computing policies by encrypting not only the data or files,Read more >>


Avenda Systems Joined the Rank of HP Elites

Avenda Systems recently announced that they are now a certified HP AllianceONE partner and HP “Network Specialization” member. The company has now joined other IT businesses that are considered as “HP Elites”. Avenda Systems’ partnership with HP entails the former company to give HP customers a stable AAA (Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting) platform and reliableRead more >>


StillSecure to provide network security and compliance solutions to Continuum Data Centers

StillSecure and Continuum Data Centers have recently announced a strategic partnership. Under the partnership, Still Secure will provide Continuum’s customers with a full-service suite of network security and compliance solutions. The new partnership follows hot on the heels of similar arrangements between StillSecure and XO Communications and CoreSite. Security and compliance StillSecure is committed toRead more >>


Alert Logic is at its Peak of Success

Alert Logic, a Texas-based IT security and compliance company, is at its highest point since it was established in 2002. The business recently announced that its sales and revenue performance from the first quarter of 2011 was the company’s best outcome for the past nine years. Alert Logic’s total Annualized Recurring Revenue (ARR) reached moreRead more >>

How to Sell On-premise Solutions

There is an incredible focus towards moving everything to the cloud, and Gartner even predicted that by next year 20 percent of businesses will own no IT assets at all. In this environment, how do you sell on-premise solutions? And is it even worthwhile trying to do so? Despite inevitable trends towards the cloud, theRead more >>


Comm Solutions Gets Riverbed’s Platinum Partner Status

Comm Solutions, a Pennsylvania-based technology solutions company, publicly announced on their website last March 8, 2011 that they’ve achieved Riverbed Technology’s platinum partner status. The company was able to pass Riverbed’s rigorous membership requirements. The platinum status was based on Comm Solutions’ accomplishment of successfully selling Riverbed’s products to targeted customers – specifically, technology productsRead more >>


RSA Security Partners Want Full Details from SecurID Breach Incident

Last March 17, 2011, Art Coviello, RSA’s Chief Executive Officer, publicly announced in an open letter that their SecurID product was deliberately hacked. The attack was done using an Advanced Persistent Threat, more commonly in the IT world through its abbreviation – APT. “Our investigation has led us to believe that the attack is inRead more >>


Intel plans to increase channel server line-up alternatives

The world’s number one computer chip maker, Intel, has made its intention clear to achieve a three-fold increase in its product offerings to server-grade channel partners by the close of 2011. The increase targets channel partners under its Enterprise Platform and Services Division (EPSD). The plan was announced by Lisa Graff (Intel’s EPSD General Manager) during theRead more >>


MasterCard’s Display Card: Collaboration with NagraID and Symantec provides additional security capabilities

MasterCard Worldwide has teamed up with Symantec and NagraID to launch the MasterCard Display Card to the North American market. The Display Card features ground breaking security functionalities that had already been extensively tested and later adopted in the Asian and European markets. The card builds on MasterCard’s existing security capabilities by incorporating two powerfulRead more >>


Dell concludes acquisition of SecureWorks

Fortune-50 technology firm, Dell Inc has concluded the acquisition of SecureWorks, a respected player in the technology-as-a-service sphere with a focus on information security. SecureWorks will now be known as Dell SecureWorks and will continue to run as a separate business unit. SecureWorks will become the official security arm of Dell, an area that DellRead more >>

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