Join Lee Foster (Insentra) and Greg Kieser (Ziften) for a chat about how Ziften and Insentra can help partners provide more value in the cybersecurity and information protection space. Ziften provides infrastructure visibility and coordinated threat detection, prevention, and response across all endpoint devices and cloud environments. Insentra is a collaborative IT Services partner delivering a range of specialised Professional and Managed Services transacting exclusively through the IT channel. We focus on attaining knowledge and skills in solutions that will best empower the channel. Our partner-centric business model provides our partners and their clients with access to industry expertise and accountable outcomes.
TIMELINE / KEY POINTS:
[00:46] Greg tells us why Ziften is important to the channel and to their partners.
[01:26] Ziften is in a really good place because we have a very interesting play in collaboration with Microsoft.
[01:49] We can now allow the customer to connect up both their Linux and Mac devices into the WD ATP portfolio.
[02:30] Greg talks where partners can get access to Ziften and how to apply Ziften to a tenancy, as an example.
[03:40] It’s very easy for traditional partners to move from selling their endpoint protection portfolio and move right into this new converged trend by using the Microsoft suite in collaboration with Ziften.
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ABOUT GREG KIESER
Greg Kieser | Country Manager ANZ at Ziften
Sales development and marketing executive with business leadership experience. Key experience includes Asia Pacific and Africa wide sales development, channel demand generation, strategic supply chain management, alliance partner relationship management, and change management.
ABOUT LEE FOSTER
Lee Foster | Information Management and Security Specialist at Insentra
Data and Information are not the same thing.
As much as businesses try to evolve in the continuing vaccum of information management and security, the goal posts continue to move as individuals create more and more information. How and where does this information get stored? is it always going to be available to me? can i be certain that no matter what, I can get access to my information? common quesions, and in almost all cases the answer is simply “buy more storage and keep all data”
Seldom do individuals or businesses think about what “Information” resides within the data that they store, backup, duplicate, replicate, take offsite etc. It is a published fact (Gartner) that 69% of information stored is a zero commercial, or legal value to the business. The trouble is however, you don’t know what you dont’ know.