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Ingram offers Altiris training

06 Jul 2010

Ingram Micro has done its homework and got its qualification to offer Altiris pre-sales presentations, user training and solutions to Symantec resellers. Cameron Mottus, Symantec Solutions Architect at Ingram Micro, recently received accreditation for Symantec’s Altiris portfolio, which includes the Symantec Management Platform and Client/Server Management Suites.  According to Ingram Micro, Altiris management solutions enable lifecycle integration of client, handheld, server, network and other IT assets with audit-ready security and automated operation. Mottus will now help Symantec resellers sell Altiris products.

“Altiris is a growing technology that people increasingly need access to, in large enterprises, SMBs and government,” he said adding that it’s a fast growing area in Wellington in particular.

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