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Simms unlocks NZ channel for IronKey

15 Oct 10

Simms International has picked up the distribution rights to IronKey’s full range of products in Australia and New Zealand.

The distributor will target corporate and security specialist resellers that service the financial, healthcare and government markets.

The enterprise solution offers resellers a recurring revenue stream with the 1-3 year Enterprise Management Service.

“In today’s computing environment, with an ever increasing number of employees being mobile, the risk of data loss for organisations is a real threat,” said Vaughan Nankivell, Corporate and Enterprise GM, Simms New Zealand. “With IronKey’s encrypted secure portable solutions companies can rest assured that their data and reputation is safe.”

Nankivell added that larger developed countries like the UK and US have imposed strict penalties on data breaches, and the failure of companies to disclose these breaches.

“It highlights how critical and costly data breaches can be for high profile organisations,” he continued.

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