International Association for Microsoft Channel Partners (IAMCP), the world’s largest independent Microsoft partner association with operations in over 40 countries, conducted a workshop in Mumbai for its members. The workshop titled “Building Your Digital Security Practice” was conducted by Suresh Ramani, CEO, TechGyan.
At the workshop, Ramani spoke on how partners can leverage various Microsoft technologies to provide a comprehensive security solution, covering identity protection, data protection and device protection. He then spoke on the new service which TechGyan is offering to its customers, Security As A Service.
“The key benefit of this service is that at a predictable, fixed cost per user per month, the customer gets the licenses plus deployment plus ongoing Security monitoring and support,” Ramani said, and urged partners while considering the market potential of digital security, they should make an effort to build their security practice either directly or by aligning with other partners.