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Trend Micro addresses growing cloud migration with ANZ solution release

Trend Micro addresses growing cloud migration with ANZ solution release

“As cloud migration gains momentum in Australia and New Zealand, our customers are asking for simplicity of security management..."

Trend Micro has launched its updated Complete User Protection in Australia and New Zealand, in response to growing cloud migration across the region.

Developed to meet growing demands for greater protection against next-gen threats, the security firm says the solution enables companies to provide better protection of company data accessed by employees from all endpoints, whether at home, in the office, or anywhere in between.

“As cloud migration gains momentum in Australia and New Zealand, our customers are asking for simplicity of security management and licensing across cloud and on-premise environments,” says Sean Abbott, Enterprise Sales Director, Trend Micro ANZ.

“Trend Micro Complete User Protection ensures security from anywhere on any device, regardless of where customers are in the cloud adoption process.

“It delivers the most comprehensive threat protection against the latest security challenges and shares intelligence across security layers.”

Available across ANZ today, Trend Micro says the solution spans PC and mobile endpoints, email and collaboration, and Web security, aiming directly at enterprises and mid-size businesses moving to the cloud.


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