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Vadis adds Webroot to its product arsenal

Vadis adds Webroot to its product arsenal

The security vendor expands its reach into the channel

Security vendor, Webroot, is expanding its reach into the Australian channel through a new distribution relationship with Sydney-based Vadis Systems.

Webroot APAC managing director, Crispin Kerr, said Vadis was chosen for its technical background, reseller network, industry expertise and the value and support it offers.

“We look forward to working closely with the Vadis team as well as further developing this partnership,” Kerr said.

Vadis director, Sepp Stepanian, said it wanted to offer resellers access to products that can protect a customer’s entire environment regardless of the type of device or data.

“Conventional antivirus solutions can’t handle the high rate of infections and breaches that many businesses are experiencing. Webroot SecureAnywhere Business enables us to provide data protection solutions that are flexible and scalable enough to address threats in real-time, while also delivering operating and efficiency gains from its cloud architecture,” Stepanian said.

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