The joint solution will be available through the channel of both vendors, although in Canada, the FatPipe channel is more limited, so Avaya’s channel will likely carry the ball here.
While advances in technology today provide a stronger opportunity than ever to disrupt attacks, that requires having the right systems in place. Siloed systems, and limited use of the new technologies hurt here. So does the failure of many companies to have a proper incident response plan, which can cut breach costs significantly.
Business has been booming at enterprise Sync and Share vendor Syncplicity since they were spun out of EMC last year. Now they are unveiling a new content migration tool to simplify and automate migrations to their platform, and which the customer can also license to maintain permanent birectional access.