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DUO and Check Point ink deal

DUO and Check Point ink deal

DUO New Zealand has been appointed as the distributor for Check Point’s Endpoint solutions in New Zealand.

“We value the local market experience and focus on security that DUO will bring as a Check Point value added distributor,” says Scott McKinnel, Check Point’s ANZ regional director.

According to DUO’s director Kendra Ross, Check Point’s solutions are a right fit for the distributor. “We are extremely excited to be offering Check Point’s award winning End Point products. The risk in security is moving to the end point and with Check Point we can now have offerings that cover smart devices such as iPads & iPhones through to unencrypted media.”

DUO will be distributing Check Point’s mobile access solutions, as well as Abra - a virtual workspace on a secure USB. Abra can also be used for continuity during disaster recovery.

“Consolidation and reducing the complexity of point products has become a huge concern for CIOs and CSOs, both in New Zealand and around the world,” says Check Point’s ANZ data protection & endpoint manager Gareth Cox. “Now, more than ever, businesses are looking to deploy the next generation in desktop security to reduce the complexity and increase the user experience. Through our partnership with DUO, more customers will benefit from our Single Management console with a single agent that includes 10 integrated award-winning Endpoint solutions.”


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