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Telarus‘ agents will sell OmniNet’s security services.
OmniNet, formerly known as MyDigitalShield, provides a platform that gives MSPs and SMBs a combination of software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) and unified threat management. Telarus’ 4,000-plus sales partners can now market the security-as-a-service solution. The companies say OmniNet is increasing its market reach while Telarus is improving its security portfolio.
“Security has never been more important than it is today, with nearly everything – computers, cell phones, cloud applications, etc. – moving through IP and wireless signals,” Telarus CEO Adam Edwards said. “We are excited for the opportunity to offer our partners a turnkey cybersecurity product to help them generate higher recurring monthly revenue streams, all with the confidence that their customers are being given continuous protection against cyber threats and intrusions.”
OmniNet CEO Andrew Bagrin, who founded the company in 2013, says the Telarus cloud engineering team will have a positive impact on getting the services to market.
“We also look forward to watching Telarus partners leverage the OmniNet platform and become a network of cybersecurity experts who can proactively share best practices with their customers,” Bagrin said.
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Bagrin founded the company in 2013. OmniNet offers security solutions through a variety of channel partners, including VARs, brokers and MSPs.
Telarus, the Utah-based master agent, has enhanced its portfolio multiple times this summer. It partnered with Evolve IP last week to bring in more cloud services and added Skyriver’s broadband offerings last month.
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February 24 2018 @ 12:15:30 UTC