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Datastor to deliver Symantec SaaS

21 Nov 11

Datastor has become the first New Zealand distributor authorised to sell SaaS solutions from security, storage and systems management vendor Symantec.


Under the deal, the company will distribute the full range of Symantec.cloud offerings to resellers throughout New Zealand, in what is sure to be a lucrative market segment.


Nigel Mendonca, director of channels for Symantec.cloud APJ, says the two companies have a long standing relationship, with Datastor winning Symantec’s Pacific Distributor of the Year award earlier this year.


"This agreement will enable both companies to build, strengthen and leverage their respective partner bases,” Mendonca says.


Symantec.cloud already boasts 10.7 million end users at 32,000 organisations. 

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