How Partners Can Profit Through Managed Security Services
As security threats arrive on New Zealand shores en masse, businesses require new levels of protection from managed service providers.
Creating a need for multi-layered defences, partners today must develop in-depth security strategies for customers, delivered through as-a-service methods.
With 28 per cent of Kiwi organisations facing a cyber attack in 2016 - with the number set to rise further in 2017 - the onus is now on the channel to create compelling security offerings capable of delivering long-term return on investment.
This Reseller News Webinar, in association with SolarWinds MSP, will demonstrate how partners can deliver on the value of security services, outlining the required approach to capitalise on lucrative market opportunities.
Who should attend?
Targeting security-focused specialists seeking to deliver new levels of value to customers, including MSPs, system integrators, resellers, service providers, ISPs and cloud partners.
Demonstrating how partners can effectively implement and manage a multi-layered security defence
Outlining how partners can generate ROI across security and managed service offerings
Explaining how to sell Security-as-a-Service to customers
Jamie has successfully grown the Solarwinds Office in Australia from 9 to 20 staff over 2 Years, In 2016 we overachieved at 120% of our commit, Continued growth in my career since moving to Australia moving from Channel Sales Specialist to Senior Regional Manager APAC in the span of 5 years.
Sales Engineer, SolarWinds MSP
Chris has spent over 10 years in the Information Technology industry including three years specialising in sales and cyber security. He has worked for reputable businesses including Trend Micro, Webroot and SolarWinds MSP. Chris has a strong record of success developing productive relationships, and providing business solutions to mitigate the cyber security threats.
Director, Computer Culture
Kevin Riddle has had over 10 years experience in the ITC Industry. He started Computer Culture Limited in 2007 and has grown the company from the ground up. Computer Culture is based in Christchurch, and provides IT Services to business customers throughout New Zealand as well as supporting offices in international locations. Kevin is proud to offer a range of solutions including on premise, cloud and hybrid solutions, customised to every unique situation. When he started Computer Culture his goal was to provide information in an “easy to understand” way and offer IT skills and user-friendly personalities to ensure successful outcomes with the highest level of integrity.
Editor Channel Division, ARN
As Channel Division Editor for the Australian and New Zealand regions, James oversees the editorial direction of ARN in Australia and Reseller News in New Zealand.