Arabian Network Information Services signs MoU with Internet Security Systems Middle East

Technology services company Arabian Network Information Services (ANIS) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with security solutions provider Internet Security Systems Middle East (ISS), to provide ISS’ range of Internet security solutions to its customers in the region.

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By  Mark Sutton Published  October 30, 2002

Technology services company Arabian Network Information Services (ANIS) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with security solutions provider Internet Security Systems Middle East (ISS). ANIS will now be able to provide ISS’ range of Internet security solutions to its customers in the region.

ANIS, which is jointly owned by Batelco and the Al Ayam publishing group, specialises in providing customers with advanced Internet, intranet, extranet and e-business solutions. ISS is a natural choice for a partner, according to Tareq Fakhroo, executive manager of ANIS.

“This is precisely a fundamental solution that the market is badly in need of. ISPs and any organisation with a serious business presence on the Internet will benefit from this solution. ANIS has an impressive Client base that will benefit from this additional service now. With this MoU being signed we will be able to cater to the pressing demands in the region,” he said.

“With its existing impressive client base and meshing with its future plans, ANIS is uniquely equipped to tap the potential in the region with ISS best-of-breed products, solutions and services that would elevate the market to higher levels of security embracement and place ANIS at the paramount of the security provision business,” said Moustapha Sarhank, president of ISS ME. “This MoU engraves a mark in the Middle Eastern IT market as it combines the resources of two professional organisations and converges their resolve to secure their region’s information assets while aligning their goals and objectives in creating a better tomorrow for all of the region’s e-initiatives.”

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