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M86 Security renews Microsoft partnership

13 Jul 10

M86 Security has renewed its Gold Certified Partner status and levelled up within the company’s Exchange Server 2010, Microsoft Forefront and Cloud based services.

"As one of Microsoft’s technology partners, we continually strive to retain our Gold Certified Partner status as well as meet certifications related to new competencies,” said William Kilmer, Chief Marketing Officer, M86 Security. "This effort is part of our ongoing commitment to deliver certified Microsoft security solutions.”

M86 Security will be recruiting existing Microsoft Gold Certified Partners to participate as M86 authorised "PartnerFocus” partners to increase revenue by offering solutions to the marketplace. 

Earlier today Dell, Fujitsu, HP and eBay all announced that they had become early adopters of the Windows Azure cloud platform.

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