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Duo expands security offerings

23 Aug 11

Three brands have been added to the distribution portfolio of Duo New Zealand.


IT storage component and solution provider Origin Storage, hardware-based encryption specialists Data Locker, and portable hard drive providers Apricorn, will all be partnering with the distributor.


Kendra Ross, Duo director, says the companies are some of the top names in the field.


"We’re excited to be partnering with them to offer a group of sophisticated solutions to the New Zealand market," Ross says.


"These new products correspond seamlessly with our current product line, and round out our security range.


"Duo has now built partnerships with a significant range of global security technology players, and the company continues to grow.”

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