Meta Byte in deal to cut remote users' cost
Dubai, November 26, 2012
Dubai-based solutions provider Meta Byte Technologies said it has inked a deal to license Mi-Token’s Two Factor Authentication engine in line with its plan to significantly lower the cost of authenticating remote network users in the region.
Texas-based Mi-Token is a leader in the Web 2.0 Authentication space that delivers ultra-secure authentication at Saas Price Levels, leveraging existing client infrastructure and phone assets to rapidly secure applications, payments, passwords & employees.
Salil Dighe, the managing director at Meta Byte Technologies said, "We are excited to work with this new way of helping companies protect themselves from weak and static password attacks which are very common in the region."
"After researching the sector over the last six months, we selected Mi-Token because its architecture allows us to easily integrate it with existing infrastructure on client sites whether those sites employ 50 or 500,000 users," he noted.
"Mi-Token is designed to be much easier to manage and roll out and this can be done in less than one hour & does not require proprietary console servers & hard tokens to be installed and managed," he added.
John Nolan, the senior VP sales & marketing at Mi-Token, said, "We provide the best user and administrator experience by simplifying and making authentication transparent & easy for the user. The tight integration with active directory allows this ultra-secure solution to be deployed in minutes & managed easily by non-specialist IT staff."
Headquartered in Dubai Internet City, the hub for Technology in the Middle East, Meta Byte Technologies is led by set of professionals with decades of industry experience and is well equipped with market knowledge, technical skill-sets, innovative thinking,-TradeArabia News Service
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