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Mindware signs regional agreement with Barracuda Networks

Nicholas Argyrides, Mindware

Mindware has announced the expansion of its vendor portfolio with the addition of  Barracuda Networks’ security and data protection products in the META region – including the Gulf, Levant, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey.

Chris Ross, SVP International, Barracuda Networks, said, “We are excited to have Mindware as part of our distribution channel, and to gain access to their extensive breadth of channel partners within the META region. The relationship will enable us to expand our distribution and reseller channel, and bring our solutions to more customers in region, who are looking to protect their networks, applications and data.”

Barracuda designs and delivers security and data protection solutions. The company offers solutions that help its customers address security threats, improve network performance and protect their data. Its solutions are designed to simplify IT operations for its customers, allowing them to enhance their return on technology investment.

Nicholas Argyrides, Chief of Sales and Deputy General Manager, Mindware, said, “Barracuda Networks seamlessly fits in with the rest of our product offerings range and we are delighted that this business collaboration is now in place. The combination of Mindware’s focus on the security vertical across our regional distribution network’s along with Barracuda Networks’ top-class solutions will enable our channel partner community to expand their reach into more projects and into more end-clients, Cloud security, especially in the SME and SMB space. Presently, our collective priority is to work hand-in-hand to train, qualify, and eventually develop our partners’ security capabilities, eventually facilitating an increase in their customer opportunities.”

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