Trend Micro signs Computerlinks as ME distie

Regional VAD to grow the vendor’s market coverage in the region

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Trend Micro signs Computerlinks as ME distie Computerlinks' MD Lee Reynolds (left) with Trend's VP Ihab Moawad at the signing ceremony.
By  Manda Banda Published  May 20, 2013

Regional VAD Computerlinks, has announced it has signed a distribution deal with Trend Micro, a move that the company says will it address the increasing customer demand for Internet content security and threat management across the region.

Under the accord, Computerlinks will provide security solutions from Trend Micro to system integrators across the Middle East.

"As part of this strategic agreement, Computerlinks will be able to fully leverage the benefits of Trend Micro's complete range of security offerings. Computerlinks is now better able to address the operational security requirements of its customers, while helping them to meet their business demands for efficiency and cost savings," said Lee Reynolds, managing director, Computerlinks.

"Increasingly, companies are looking to virtualisation and cloud computing for greater flexibility and lower operational costs. Public or hybrid cloud enterprises require a robust security foundation to protect their entire journey to the cloud," said Ihab Moawad, vice president, Trend Micro Middle East, Africa and Mediterranean.

Ihab said: "We have entered into a strategic relationship with Computerlinks for their regional expertise in technology services. This agreement allows us to create customisable and scalable security solutions, which will help our customers to take full advantage of the benefits of virtualisation and cloud computing without compromising on security."

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