gateprotect expands in Africa
November 2013, News
German IT security specialist gateprotect, has partnered with the Westcon Group in South Africa and Africa in a bid to enhance its presence in the region.
The market for IT security solutions on the African continent continues to grow as public and private organisations are increasingly investing into network and data protection as a result of economic growth in many countries. Likewise, the interconnection of external branches and mobile devices are on the agenda of many investors, which is raising the desire for companies to turn to respected and lauded security specialists such as gateprotect.
“The African market offers immense potential. Thanks to our easy-to-use security solutions for the protection of highly complex networks and mobile devices, we believe we will be able to capitalise on this potential. The partnership with Westcon-Comztek is an important step for us to further strengthen the presence of gateprotect in the market,” says Dr. Peter Smeets, CEO gateprotect AG Germany.
For more information contact Westcon SA, +27 (0)11 233 3333, email@example.com
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