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Marshal signs with Sydney's Aleon Solutions

Marshal signs with Sydney's Aleon Solutions

Local security specialists Marshal has signed a partnership agreement with Sydney-based, former Websense reseller Aleon Solutions.

Aleon’s managing director Trevor Jacups says it tested security offerings from a number of vendors but found Marshal’s products had the highest level of functionality.

“Marshal’s best of breed technology stood out and will give us a competitive edge.”

Jacups says Aleon will offer a “free trade-in, installation and configuration package" for Websense customers moving across to Marshal.

There has been strong growth for Marshal in Australia in the past 12 months it says and Aleon will support this growth in SME and enterprise markets. Aleon will also capitalise on Marshal’s recent move into different security platforms, by offering email and internet content filtering as software and as an appliance.

Marshal’s Asia Pacific vice president Nick Hawkins says Aleon adds value because it has more than five-years' experience selling email and internet content security solutions in Australia.


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