Pulse Secure, a leading provider of access and mobile security solutions to enterprise and service providers, today announced details of its ongoing EMEA expansion strategy to meet increasing demand from organisations keen to benefit from its Secure Access solutions.
Ahead of its debut at InfoSec Europe this June, for the last year Pulse Secure has been successfully executing a strategy to extend robust technical and pre-sales support to its partners and customers across the region. From new offices in the UK, Pulse Secure has appointed country managers in four key European countries as well as Dubai and created a local language technical team to deliver true 24/7 multi-lingual mission critical support.
“The growth of trends such as BYOD, mobility and e-government has created strong demand for our Secure Access solutions from across the region,” explains Paul Donovan, EMEA Sales Director for Pulse Secure, “In the last few years, organisations have hastily deployed disparate point solutions and many are now finding these systems are unable to cope with the complex nature of security and access control as the number of users and devices keep growing.”
“As the only vendor to offer a unified approach to access control, application security and BYOD management, this current transition offers Pulse Secure and our partners a great opportunity to help our customers solve their current challenges and build a strong foundation for innovative new projects and use cases,” Donovan added.
The EMEA expansion includes the imminent launch of a new channel program to support its 500 partners across the region with training courses in multiple locations and technical workshops for customers delivered by partners and the Pulse Secure regional team. Pulse Secure technology is used by over 6000 customers within EMEA including progressive organisations such as Data Center Finland and Santa Monica Networks.
“We are still hiring more staff and working closely with our distribution partners to ensure that we have full coverage across the region and will also be participating at other leading European events during the year.” Donovan concluded.
This July, Pulse Secure will also release Pulse One, a central policy manager that enables secure access of all endpoint or mobile devices to corporate applications that may be located on-premise or in the cloud. Pulse One simplifies management of enterprise access, policy, and mobility while offering these additional benefits:
Enables rapid problem solving with a dashboard of system health, security alerts and endpoint compliance that can drill down on individual appliance capacity, performance and status.
Streamlines operations with the ability to replicate configuration and policies from a single appliance to multiple appliances and perform bulk operations such as firmware updates and policy changes.
Unifies compliance reporting for users, devices and apps connecting to the network on premise or remotely.