Cyberoam launches partnership program
Technology Alliance Partnership will help companies to integrate Cyberoam solutions
Cyberoam has announced a collaborative partnership initiative that is intended to help vendor, partners and service providers to integrate third party solutions with Cyberoam products.
The Technology Alliance Partnership (TAP) program, is designed to provide infrastructure and support for third-party organizations, MSSPs and system integrators. The program aims to build a partner ecosystem with a wide variety of vendors, partners and service providers to deliver interoperable, flexible and innovative security solutions.
The TAP is intended to ensure that security technologies can integrate seamlessly with other systems and solutions to provide a more collaborative and simplified networking for enterprise organisations and mobile workforce.
The TAP will include technology aids like APIs, comprehensive training and webinars, joint marketing and post-sales assistance, to help partners create interoperable solutions that integrate Cyberoam next-generation firewalls and unified threat management appliances. The company already has alliances with ConnectWise, HP ArcSight, ESET and RSA to extend Cyberoam security with industry-leading two-factor authentication and SIEM platforms.
Ajay Nawani, global presales head, Cyberoam said: "For today's evolving milieu in enterprise networking, Cyberoam understands how customers benefit from having improved interoperability, economies of scale and easy integration in a multi-vendor scenario. With TAP program, we intend to tap into innovative partnerships with vendors, systems integrators and MSSPs while providing our existing partners with a broader and enriched value proposition to market.
"Technology Alliance Partnership (TAP) program has been planned to facilitate strategic benefits to our mutual customers and channel partners. We are driving more investments in our partner ecosystem and are determined to meet the growing demand for interoperable security solutions."