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Total Defense has unveiled a new partner program designed to help managed-service providers (MSPs) grow their businesses with the company’s cloud-based Web, email and endpoint security solutions.
Total Defense says the new program provides MSPs the ability to confidently monitor, protect and manage their clients networks, while providing them with a recurring revenue stream.
MSPs are central to our growth plan moving forward and were excited about the opportunity to integrate partners more closely into our business,” said Paul Lipman, CEO at Total Defense. MSPs need the ability to adapt to emerging threats to better protect their customers and Total Defense for Business is a natural choice to help make that happen.”
The company says its Total Defense for Business is the only unified content and endpoint security service on the market, available on-demand, via the cloud. The solution is a single cloud-based console and policy engine with a goal of reducing security complexity and costs, while providing protection by blocking threats in the cloud.
Delivered via the cloud, Total Defense for Business requires no up-front costs and no hardware to provision or manage. It also provides partners with sales and technical training, including 24/7 online and onsite pre-and post-sales technical support. The company also offers MSPs the ability to white label the cloud-based security management platform, retaining brand consistency and increasing market and revenue opportunities.
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February 24 2018 @ 12:15:30 UTC