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Cloud-based IT firm, Panda enters Kenya

By Standard Reporter | Nov 9th 2014 | 1 min read
By Standard Reporter | November 9th 2014

Nairobi; Kenya: Cloud-based security solutions provider Panda Security has appointed Kenya’s BA Internet Solutions as its regional partner.

The two firms said the partnership provides an opportunity to grow adoption of cloud technology in the region. “BA Internet has shown true dedication by ensuring that several candidates complete our eCampus (technical and sales) courses and focus on providing knowledgeable feedback to customers,” explained Jeremy Matthews, country manager for Panda Security.

BA Internet Solutions has set out to change misconceptions regarding cloud technology and assist companies in avoiding cybercrime/hacking through provision of network security software.

“Imagine having an antivirus that interlinks your remote branches cost effectively and with ease. This is top notch technology,” said Derrick Wanjawa, Director of BA Internet Solutions.

“It’s important for businesses in Kenya to protect themselves from cybercrime and to understand the risks involved,’’ Wanjawa said.

BA Internet offer Panda’s cloud-based end-user protection products such as Panda Cloud Office Protection and Panda Cloud Office Protection Advanced. The latter includes Exchange Server protection and web filtering. Administrators are able to block access to websites containing unproductive or dangerous content through an easy to use console.

“I want Kenyans to use this amazing security solution and experience what they have been missing,” asserts Wanjawa.


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