Iomega Announces Managed Security Services for Telephony Service Providers, Agents

Iomega Corp. (Booth 412), a provider of data storage and protection solutions, introduced its OfficeScreen managed security services for small and medium businesses to service providers, resellers, agents and brokers.

Iomegas managed services products, branded OfficeScreen, include firewall/VPN, Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and IPSec (IP security) bundles. OfficeScreen products create secure WANs that connect remote offices and workers to applications and data at a companys headquarters, while countering threats from hackers, worms and viruses across a companys entire network.

Iomegas OfficeScreen managed services are a great addition to a portfolio for service providers, agents and others that meet the communication needs of todays SMBs, said Rich Tear, Iomegas vice president of managed services. Todays SMBs have the same network security needs as Fortune 100 companies, but need affordable, scalable options. OfficeScreen delivers these solutions to the end user through service providers and agents, who receive lucrative payment models with upfront or residual commissions but do not need to worry about capital expenditures or lengthy ROI periods, he continued.

Iomega is a name that has been trusted by SMBs for over 25 years, and OfficeScreen is a value-add offering for the seller and a win-win for everyone involved.

Iomega said hundreds of small and medium businesses in the United States utilize OfficeScreen as a secure, reliable outsourced network security and VPN service that is inexpensive and does not require upfront hardware expenses, dedicated IT resources or large budgets.

Service providers and agents can offer these service products immediately and with no technical training required. In addition, service providers have the choice of branding OfficeScreen managed services as an extension of their own organizations in effect, their own specialized security arm.

Iomega OfficeScreen team members are there to support sellers from the beginning of a customer conversation. The service provider or agent owns the relationship with its end user, while Iomega delivers the product and expert support from the minute a discussion with an end user begins which includes determining the customers requirements and providing a proposal with specific recommendations to customer support for the length of the contract, the company said.

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