Swan Island Network leverages its partnership with Microsoft to provide TIES, a service offering that caters to the needs of public sector enterprises. “Using our TIES service, customers can take advantage of many new technological advances—cloud, mobile, intelligence sharing, GIS tracking, CAP alerting, intelligence channels, networked video surveillance, smart alerting. All this while still feeling safe and secure because the service is hosted in Microsoft Azure,” Jennings affirms. Contributing to this, he adds, “This service can be deployed easily, and accessed instantly through the cloud. Our value proposition is that we provide clients with the threat intelligence they need, filtered for them personally, when needed the most.”
TIES connects existing Microsoft and third party products or systems with thousands of potential intelligence sources, including social media, to produce a powerful new service. “We work with a global network of Microsoft resellers in North America, Australia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia to deliver the promise of smart technology around the globe,” says Jennings.
Unlike its competitors, Swan Island Networks is the only organization that is dedicated to an indirect sales model. Furthermore, the firm’s business practices and software solutions extend to support many resellers and OEM business partners. The company’s capability to offer a built-in catalog of intelligence channels; robust smart alerting controls and identity federation that helps disseminate information and intelligence sharing across organizations are some of its core differentiating factors.
Using our TIES service, customers can take advantage of many new technological advances—cloud, mobile, intelligence sharing, and GIS tracking
In the near future, the company’s mission is to help extract better real-time data, and produce smarter and valuable human intelligence. “In the emerging interconnected, Internet-enabled world—driven by IoT, effective and affordable security intelligence is needed more than ever. We will continue to help companies innovate and move faster while responding to risks that are likely to unfold in the future,” concludes Jennings.