Cloudlink Starts its UK Channel Recruitment Drive

Secure Cloudlink has announced that it is actively recruiting channel partners in the UK.

The Secure Cloudlink solution supports three or more factor, SSO (single sign on) and biometric user authentication. However, unlike other market solutions it does not store, send or replicate any user credentials outside of an organisations’ internal directory service. It acts as a secure, centralised user authentication and application that manages all user access rights to all authorised applications without the need to create and manage internal domains.

The company has placed the Channel at the centre of its growth strategy. The initiative comes as an increasing number of businesses are demanding secure identity management solutions across a range of vertical markets, due to numerous data breaches and increasing security concerns.

Gideon Wilkins, VP Sales and Marketing at Secure Cloudlink commented: “We have identified the need for a fundamentally new approach to authentication, one that bypasses the vulnerabilities that exist due to passwords. There is a strong demand for a solution like this as passwords are outdated and present some serious security concerns. With Secure Cloudlink there is no storing, replicating or transmitting of passwords. We transition customers from simply removing resets, through single sign on, to truly no passwords whatsoever. Our approach is to eliminate the password and to streamline users’ access to applications and IT resources.

“We have some ambitious growth targets and we are looking for channel partners that can help us drive this. Secure Cloudlink is a highly desirable solution for companies that want to provide a simple, secure yet password free user access to cloud and on-premises applications and services. The solution can seamlessly be built into any company’s wider IT security strategy, so we are confident this will have every success in the channel,” Wilkins concludes.

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine