NTRglobal Talks 'Cloud Security' at MSPWorld

Dallas, TX, September 8, 2011 /Targetwire/ - NTRglobal will further consolidate its commitment to the managed services industry as a sponsor of MSPWorld 2011, a premier managed services and cloud computing event that addresses the most pressing channel and end-user issues facing managed service providers (MSPs) and their customers.

The event will feature NTRglobal's CEO Gilles Samoun, who will join a panel of industry experts to explore managed security services in the cloud. Samoun explained, "Enterprise-level businesses adopted managed security services years ago, but now more small and medium-sized businesses are seeking this service to keep up with the growing number of regulatory requirements in place to protect personal data."

Since Samoun's appointment in 2009, NTRglobal has shifted its focus toward modular cloud-based solutions that deliver proven ROI while guaranteeing enterprise-class security and privacy through multilevel security safeguards. Recent developments include technology partnerships with leading managed service software providers including BMC, ConnectWise, N-able and Spiceworks. 

Samoun added, "NTRglobal has worked closely with MSPs since 2001 to provide secure remote support and chat technologies designed to accelerate problem resolution and optimize overall support costs."

MSPWorld will be held in Austin, Texas on September 13 and 14. NTRglobal will exhibit in Booth 1416.

About NTRglobal
Millions of users rely on NTRglobal's flexible, modular solutions to manage thousands of devices worldwide. The NTR Cloud integrates seamlessly with MSPs, enterprise help desks and OEM partners to deliver global IT management, automation, remote access and support services. Data transfer and storage are protected through the extensive NTRglobal SSL network and ISO 27001-certified data centers spanning the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific.

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