Arrow Electronics teams up with Vade

Global tech provider Arrow Electronics has announced a collaboration with predictive email security solution provider Vade.

Vade for M365, a cybersecurity solution that integrates seamlessly with Microsoft 365 via API, will now be added to Arrow Electronics’ ArrowSphere cloud platform as part of the distribution deal. Its channel partners across Europe will have access to the solution, allowing additional value and greater profits for managed service providers.

Using artificial intelligence including machine learning mechanisms, the Vade for M365 solution detects unknown highly-targeted threats such as phishing, spear phishing, malware and ransomware.

“Security remains one of the major barriers to enter the cloud,” said Alexis Brabant (pictured), VP sales for Arrow’s enterprise computing solutions business in EMEA. “We offer the right technologies and skills to help our customers overcome the security objections coming from the end user community.”

Described by Brabant as an ‘innovative and integrated’ protection solution, Vade for M365 augments Microsoft’s native protection against email-borne cyberattacks with a 64 per cent catch-rate improvement over Exchange Online Protection.

ArrowSphere provides a single platform to manage and purchase cloud products and services, monitor activity and consumption with embedded business intelligence tools, sell own services with a customisable storefront and simplify the billing process. 

“Joining forces with Arrow is key to expand our international business and accelerate our capacity to access new markets and managed service providers,” said Maya Gershon, chief revenue officer at Vade. 

“Through the ArrowSphere cloud platform, we’re offering an easy-to-deploy solution that allows managed service providers to create a managed security offer and to benefit from higher margins.”

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