CensorNet Partners with Blue Solutions

CensorNet is partnering with IT software distributor Blue Solutions to offer UK SMB customers enterprise-class web security solutions.

“As the modern business ecosystem diversifies, organisations are struggling to meet the needs of an increasingly mobile workforce as existing web security solutions are generally on premise. With more organisations moving to the cloud, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to monitor and control what users are doing online,” explains Mark Charleton, co-founder and director of Blue Solutions.

“Vendors like Websense provide web security solutions for the enterprise market, leaving SMBs largely ignored in terms of security functionality, commitment and price. However, CensorNet’s next generation web security solution, together with its in-built cloud application control (CAC) functionality, will give our resellers the opportunity to generate additional revenue streams. This will provide their customers with better visibility of what cloud applications their employees are accessing regardless of whether they are authorised or unauthorised,” continues Charleton.

“Whilst we are strong in end-point security, we’ve been looking for advanced web security technology and CensorNet is the only vendor, that’s truly committed to the channel and combines traditional web security and cloud application control in one single solution. We’re looking forward to working with such a talented, fresh team that really understands the channel,” concludes Charleton.

Ed Macnair CEO at CensorNet adds, “Blue Solutions is a highly proactive and forward thinking niche distributor, with advanced technical experience and an expansive SMB market reach. This partnership marks an important step in our plans to grow aggressively in the UK by offering SMBs our enterprise-class web security solutions. Our enhanced SWG offering provides organisations with a far more informative security solution which makes it a very compelling proposition for SMBs.”

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David Dungay

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