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Simal Technologies ME LLC
Emirats Arabes Unis - VAD
NetPoint
France - VAD
Axoft Azərbaycan
Azerbaïdjan - Spécialiste
SH Telekommunikation Deutschland GmbH
Allemagne - Spécialiste
Ingecom Lda
Portugal - VAD
Baradi Distribuciones Mayoristas SL
Espagne - Spécialiste
Global Distribution UK
Royaume-Uni - VAD
Com8 France
France - VAD
BAKOTECH Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan - VAD
Accessory Line Ltd
Royaume-Uni - Spécialiste

 

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Another office for Bakotech

Ukrainian security and software VAD Bakotech has opened a new sales office in Almaty. Bakotech Kazakhstan is managed by Igor Shtyrlya, previously manager of the region for Russian multispecialist RRC, and will carry Bakotech's portfolio to resellers in Central Asia (beside Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. This new office is the sixth of the distributor, beside those in Czech Republic (covering also Slovakia), Latvia (covering also Estonia and Lithuania), Poland (covering also Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia), Russia and of course Ukraine (which covers also Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia and Moldova) (source: Komputernoye Obozrenye Ukraina).

Alltron distributes Casacom

Switzerland: broadliner Alltron has added Casacom fiber solutions for home users to its network catalog. Casacom products allows users to install fiber networks in their flats or houses, and benefit from a very high broadband, for a reasonable price.

Mayflex equips installers with knowledge and expertise

United Kingdom: cabling and networking specialist Mayflex is assisting both new and potential customers with gaining product knowledge and certifications by offering a whole host of free training courses and seminars. These sessions are being delivered alongside a number of vendor partners throughout the country well into 2017. Available courses include, Dahua certified installer training, the Aruba HPE Excellence Programme, Avigilon intro to IP Surveillance sessions, introduction to Wireless LAN and Aruba HPE instant access points. Tracey Calcutt, Marketing Manager at Mayflex, commented: "we want to equip our customers with the knowledge and expertise necessary to take advantage of revenue streams, that they may not traditionally be accustomed too. By working with our own team of experts and vendor representatives we can support customers who want to move into new areas. We are working closely with our vendor partners to make sure that there is always a choice of learning opportunities available. If there is something that customers would like help with, speak to us and we can try to provide a suitable learning opportunity." Mayflex also offers access to many other paid for training courses, working in conjunction with C-Net training.

News from Bluechip, Ecom, Eno Telecom and Tarox

Germany: broadliner Bluechip has decided to include in the SERVERline servers it builds and distribute a free-of-charge hardware monitoring tool named Server-Eye. This tool, which has been developed by the local system integrator Krämer IT Solutions, allows resellers to have a view on all the servers they sell, and act proactively in case of failure of a component. PC component and peripheral specialist ECOM has inaugurated a new, 3700-sqm extension to its existing warehouse1. Now able to store products on 10000 sqm, and answer more efficiently to any demand. Ronald Bulla, who was director of telephony specialist ENO Telecom, has left the distributor for personal reasons. The distributor continues to be managed by its remaining director, Bernd Horstmann. Finally, PC vendor and distributor Tarox has expanded its catalog with two new vendors, TRENDnet (networking products)2 and Viewsonic (display systems) (source: ChannelObserver Deutschland, Dealers Only Deutschland 1 and 2, Telecom Handel Deutschland, Funkschau Deutschland).

Two new brands for BNS

France: network and telecom VAD BNS France Distribution has been chosen by network vendor Netis Systems as official distributor. The company has also added Provision-ISR video-security solutions to its catalog.

BeyondTrust and Westcon-Comstor expand global distribution agreement

Security vendor BeyondTrust has consolidated its channel strategy and is joining Westcon Security's exclusive Accelerate program. With the agreement, BeyondTrust is expanding its distribution footprint globally (in the EMEA region, through Westcon Security offices in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom). The move underscores escalating demand for security solutions that guard against insider threats and data breaches for businesses of all sizes. End-user demand for better security visibility, control and protection have reached new heights, in part because the number of data breaches so far in 2016 has increased nearly 20% compared to last year, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center. BeyondTrust joins the Westcon Security Accelerate program in order to develop a global channel program capable of recruiting and enabling new solution provider partners around the world. This expanded partnership will provide significant scale and reach into new, untapped markets for BeyondTrust. With up to 80% of security breaches involving privileged credentials, controlling and monitoring privileged access is critical in the fight against insider threats and data breaches. BeyondTrust’s partnership with Westcon Security advances the BeyondTrust commitment to preventing privilege misuse and stopping unauthorized access. Westcon Security has the expertise to help BeyondTrust bring privileged access management to a broader market, quickly and effectively. Through the partnership, BeyondTrust's network of channel partners, systems integrators and solution providers also gain access to the support and go-to-market strategies available through Westcon Security.

"With Westcon Security working with more than 17,000 trading partners in the security industry worldwide, our partnership will provide acceleration for BeyondTrust in a scale that we may not have been able to achieve on our own", said Maurice Heiblum, COO BeyondTrust. "We are thrilled to make our best-in-class privileged access management offering through this premier global IT and security distributor, giving our channel partners, systems integrators and solution providers access to a first-class model available only through Westcon Security."

Westcon Security continually evaluates the technology landscape for innovative products and services that hold long-term opportunity for its customers' success. The value-added distributor's Accelerate program specifically targets vendors that may not have previously used or considered distribution as a route to market. Taking a programmatic approach, Westcon Security makes it easy for vendors to ramp in each country or region, providing a repeatable, efficient, cost-effective, scalable process to expand geographically. Meanwhile, vendors can leverage Westcon Security's highly specialized solutions groups and services to more accurately target the IT service providers and the markets they wish to reach. The Accelerate program also strengthens Westcon Security's overall ecosystem, enhancing its ability to offer multi-vendor solutions that solve more complex business problems.

"Our Accelerate program provides the most innovative, industry-leading products and services that channel partners, systems integrators and solution providers trust to secure organizations from security threats of all kinds", said Patty Gray, vice president of Global Partner Management at Westcon Security. "BeyondTrust's privileged access management tools enable our solution provider customers to better, more effectively deploy cybersecurity strategies that help better protect today’s enterprises from threats involving privileged credentials."

New employees and brands for Commaxx

Sweden: infrastructure VAD Commaxx has hired Robin Jansson and Linus Hagel to strengthen its team. Robin is the new marketing and sales coordinator, while Linus joins the salesman team. These two recruitments come in time to help the distributor push more efficiently the new brands it has recently added to its portfolio, including backup solutions from Exagrid and Arcserve (source: IT Branschen Sverige).

Quest enters the cloud market

Greece: broadliner Info Quest Technologies has launched Quest on Cloud, its own cloud platform, in the country, giving Value Added Resellers and Enterprises, a comprehensive, thus simple and efficient way, to configure, buy, manage and utilize top of class cloud solutions, acting as a one-stop-shop for their needs. For the time being, Quest on Cloud includes offerw from Microsoft (Office 365 and Azure) and IBM (Softlayer), as well as locally-developed services such as QZone (commercial and point of sales applications), while other will follow, to cover backup, security and infrastructure needs for end customers (source: Tech Channel Partner Hellas).

Exertis gains ISO 20071 accreditation

United Kingdom: broadliner Exertis has unveiled that its professional services division, which provides a range of managed services for its partners, has gained ISO 20071 accreditation, the international standard for information security. Ian Gilbey Exertis, technical services director, said: "IS0 27001 certification provides our partners and resellers with even greater confidence in the way they engage with our range of professional services and sends an important message that Exertis manages security risks effectively and in the correct manner. Besides being a key differentiator for our services, our customers know that we have the policies and procedures in place to protect their information from security threats."

Information security is achieved by implementing a suitable set of controls, including policies, processes, procedures, organisational structures, software and hardware. ISO 20071 requires companies to monitor, review, maintain and improve their information security management system by:

  • Systematically examining the organisation’s information security risks, taking account of the threats, vulnerabilities, and impacts
  • Designing and implementing a coherent and comprehensive suite of information security controls
  • Adopting an overarching management process to ensure that the information security controls continue to meet the organisation's information security needs on an on-going basis.

Exertis professional services provide a wide range of pre and post-sale services to support resellers' business from straightforward "break-fix" through to a 24/7/365 complete, white-label, managed service. Exertis, uniquely, delivers all services with fully qualified engineers and support staff and from its own Network Operation Centre (NOC).

Three new brands for Powerdata

Swiss consumer electronics specialist Powerdata has started the distribution of Lumigon smartphones and accessories, HButler purse with an embedded battery and 3DRudder 3D controllers in French speaking Europa (Belgium, France, Luxembourg and Switzerland).


Les 30 derniers articles

Another office for Bakotech 2017-01-19

Alltron distributes Casacom 2017-01-19

Mayflex equips installers with knowledge and expertise 2017-01-19

News from Bluechip, Ecom, Eno Telecom and Tarox 2017-01-19

Two new brands for BNS 2017-01-19

BeyondTrust and Westcon-Comstor expand global distribution agreement 2017-01-18

New employees and brands for Commaxx 2017-01-18

Quest enters the cloud market 2017-01-18

Exertis gains ISO 20071 accreditation 2017-01-18

Three new brands for Powerdata 2017-01-18

Bluestar enters Eastern Europe 2017-01-17

ELO Touch Solutions appoints EET Europarts as distributor 2017-01-17

Tech Data's EMM hub provides platform for resellers to grow as trusted advisors 2017-01-17

New businesses for Arrow ECS, Baradi, Cometa, Ingecom, Ingram Micro and Software Products Italia 2017-01-17

Immersit choses Grosbill 2017-01-17

Appointments and new vendors for Cyren, Genuine Solutions, Nimans and Pragma 2017-01-16

Ingram Micro launches cybersecurity BU in META region 2017-01-16

Computer Gross opens another cash-and-carry 2017-01-16

Connect Distribution and Komsa find new partners, while Nelro Data opens a new office 2017-01-16

AVI Networks appoints NeoVAD 2017-01-16

F5 Cloud licensing available in Europe via ArrowSphere 2017-01-13

Another vendor for AB 2017-01-13

Vitec Imago signs with Add-On 2017-01-13

Industry veteran Paul Gibson retires 2017-01-13

Avnet promotes Frédéric Fimes 2017-01-13

Ingram Micro back in Nordics 2017-01-12

Some German paper for Tech Data 2017-01-12

News from Arrow ECS, Beta Distribution, Cloud Distribution, Exclusive Networks, Spicers and Wick Hill 2017-01-12

Ingram Micro: "Hello Moto" 2017-01-12

New vendors for Hermitage 2017-01-12