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StarLink signs agreement with Ipswitch

VAD security specialist will focus on Ipswitch MFT technology

StarLink signs agreement with Ipswitch
Starlink has signed a master distributor agreement with file transfer experts Ipswitch.

Value Added Distributor and security specialist StarLink has announced a master distribution agreement with managed file transfer experts Ipswitch File Transfer.

 "As more and more companies decide that FTP is no longer appropriate for secure file transfer, MFT is today perceived as a necessity, and no longer an option," said Nidal Othman, managing director at StarLink. "This shift is due to increased focus on compliance, privacy regulations and corporate transparency, which demand increased auditing, management, security and process. Ipswitch leads the market with innovative MFT technology that will allow StarLink to work collaboratively with customers in the Middle East to realise their full data transmission potential."

Ipswitch hopes the partnership will expand its reach in the Middle East and expand its partner base.

"This partnership is a significant component of our channel expansion strategy. We are committed to working with StarLink to expand our partner base, and together, provide our partners with the support they need to deliver security solutions to protect customers' critical information," said Loic Triger, vice president of International Sales, Ipswitch File Transfer.


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