NetClarity Joins Ready Informatica's Channel Partner Network as Leading Distribution Partner in Italy
September 12, 2012
NetClarity, Inc. recently announced that through its partnership with Ready Informatica, it has now become the leading distribution partner within the Italian market segment.
Under the terms of the partnership, channel partners of Ready Informatica will now have access to NetClarity’s internal security solutions, designed to enable businesses with 10 to 25,000 devices secure their networks against internal attacks.
Ready Informatica is a leader in application delivery technologies, virtualization, storage and security solutions.
“As a high value added distributor (VAD) in Italy, Ready Informatica aims to provide innovative technologies and market leading IT solutions,” said Marco Lorefice, vice president, Ready Informatica. “We offer unbeatable training, technical and sales support, and marketing programs to [VARs] in Italy, and we now can look forward to providing them with NetClarity’s NACwall internal security appliances to help protect their customers’ networks from hackers, as well as solve the BYOD dilemma that many Italian companies are now facing.”
As the bring your own device (BYOD) movement gathers momentum across global enterprises, businesses are increasingly in need of a comprehensive solution that allows them to control employees’ mobile devices, such as smartphones, tablets and laptops, to secure their networks.
NetClarity's internal security appliances both help in identifying and controlling all the devices currently accessing, or trying to access a company's network.
The introduction of a simple, non-inline and agentless technology solution has made it possible for enterprises to scan, allow and block access to devices that are attempting to access the network.
Ready Informatica’s channel partners can effectively secure networks by deploying the NACwall product family which has been designed to provide robust professional on-site sales and engineering support, lowest initial investment costs for NAC equipment currently available in the industry, secure control over appliances via a built-in command center included within all Enterprise units free of charge, easy and faster deployment of internal network security solutions, interoperability with all existing networking environments, devices and operating systems, and a robust security model supporting internal risk and regulatory compliance.
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Edited by Braden Becker