Major IT security system launched in Bahrain
Manama, February 11, 2010
More than 40 leading information technology officers from banks, government and other corporate bodies turned up for the launch of the LANDesk Technology.
The event was held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.
The IT security system is being launched in Bahrain for the first time by UAE-based company Intertech which has already secured one major client for the US manufactured system.
'This is a service desk management system that provides desktop and server management and security as well as asset life cycle management so that it can help you follow asset values from purchase to disposal while offering the highest level of security for your systems,' said Intertech vice-president Mohan Punjabi.
'We have provided this technology to customers in the UAE in the past but we have been expanding across the region and opened a 10-man office in Bahrain last year. We are now talking with both existing customers and new opportunities about using this highly advances system to offer the highest level of security for corporate and governments IT systems.'
'We already have a number of customers in Bahrain for other products we provide, including the National Bank of Bahrain, the Commerce and Industry Ministry and the Civil Aviation Authority.
'This is the fist time we have been able to offer the LANDesk Technology product in Bahrain and we are expecting to generate a lot of business for this tried and tested system which offers unique niche solutions to IT security.'
Intersect is a leading systems integrator in the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent which was established in Dubai in 1991.
'We have been expanding our operations across the Middle East, setting up offices and partnerships in Oman, Qatar and Saudi Arabia and we see Bahrain, as a major financial centre for the region as a key market for our future growth,' Punjabi added.-TradeArabia News Service
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