Tech Data's Security and Information Management Business Unit Bolsters Security Practices
CLEARWATER, FL: In a recent event, Tech Data Corporation unveiled about its latest launch of Security and Information Management business unit. This includes software and network security vendor portfolios and channel of solution providers of the company nationwide. Based on new customer enablement, reseller recruitment, and on-boarding new and emerging security vendor partners Tech Data has developed its new business unit which will be led by Tracy Holtz, Director of Product Marketing, Security and Information Management, Tech Data
Tech Data is recognized as the global wholesale distributors of technology products, services and solutions. Its specialized and cost effective logistics capabilities and value added services enable resellers to work efficiently in fulfilling the diverse technology needs that comes from the end users. Tech Data’s Security and Information Management business unit has been designed to help solution providers in improving their security practices. The solution providers can strengthen their overall knowledge of the market by deploying the units into their workflow. It is focused to deliver technology based security, compliance and business objectives in the field of network security, data security, enterprise architecture, endpoint security, security intelligence, application security and cloud security.
Tech Data is determinant on providing continuous support for their solution providers in the area of cyber threats. According to Brian Davis, VP of Tech Data, the increased numbers and complexities of cyber threats led Tech Data to develop simplified ways for the solution providers to help their customers identify, protect against and respond to this rapidly evolving landscape. The cybersecurity market is expected to grow exponentially over the next several years and Tech Data is enabling solution providers to capitalize on market opportunities and proactively address their customers’ security concerns.
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