Microsoft integration specialist Dilignet has been appointed by Imation Corp. to resell its Ironkey portfolio of mobile security solutions.
This includes hardware encrypted USB drives, IronKey Workspace for Windows To Go and cloud-based or on-premise centralised secure device management solutions.
Imation officials said in a statement released by the company that Dilignet was selected due to its in-depth professional and managed services, and for its heritage and leadership as an award-winning Microsoft device and deployment partner.
Dilignet’s existing systems management solutions are typically targeted at medium-to-large enterprise-sized Australian private and public sector organisations.
Imation, APAC head of Ironkey business, Sven Radavics, said Dilignet was an established leader with a track record of deploying solutions for the Microsoft technology stack.
“Our IronKey Workspace solutions, which have been certified for deployment of Windows To Go, are an ideal complement to the Dilignet’s solutions portfolio,” he said.
“We look forward to working closely with the company to ensure that we can successfully support their momentum within the market to exponentially grow sales.” Dilignet chief executive, Jonathan Hatchuel, said his company was a specialist systems integrator specialising in core infrastructure which was seeing many customers rapidly embracing BYOD, or moving off XP into a mobile environment.