Bluechip Infotech is has expanded its enterprise security portfolio through a new distribution agreement with US-based vendor Netwrix.
The Netwrix Auditor software allows organisations to audit IT infrastructure changes and data access, prepare compliance audit reports and increase IT operational efficiency.
“Security, and more specifically audit data is behind most security certifications and has shown the benefit of standard use in the data center, Netwrix has a very strong offering from MSP through to enterprise and already has strong interest from our partners,” Bluechip IT enterprise director, Phil Lancaster, said.
Netwrix A/NZ country manager, Dan Ode, said the relationship with Bluechip will help expand its partner network across the country.
“This partnership will provide our Australian customers with better service and will help them maintain security and ensure compliance across all IT infrastructures,” Ode said.
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