InTecur Middle East Debuts Best-of-Class Portfolio of Security Solutions in Which Interoperability is Key to SuccessBy Intecur Inc., PRNE
Saturday, October 8, 2011
DUBAI, UAE, October 9, 2011 -
InTecur, Inc., has opened its Dubai office in time to exhibit its full lineup of security and networking solutions at this year’s October 9-13 GITEX conferences (Stand A1-25) held at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
William H. Saito, Founder and CEO of Tokyo-based InTecur, Inc., will be on hand to showcase his company’s rigorously tested product lines, along with InTecur Middle East General Manager, Mohammad Bolouri (Farzad).
InTecur, Inc., is a Tokyo-based consultancy with offices around the world that helps both the private and public sectors respond effectively to issues facing them in today’s rapidly changing and increasingly complex technological environment. With its strong background in information technology, product development, global corporate strategy and IT security, InTecur helps manufacturers and organizations find and develop appropriate applications and markets for new technologies. The Dubai branch of InTecur is a value-added distribution company (consultancy, sales, marketing and professional services) for high-tech products and solutions in the Middle East. The company offers products and services to resellers, system integrators and service providers across the Middle East and North Africa.
InTecur provides a comprehensive network security solution program that sets a new standard of excellence by combining the prominent names in network security-based solutions with advanced reseller and integrator support. The security solution program is a portfolio of best-in-class network security products and services designed to interoperate and complement each other.
“For obvious reasons, it is safer to use a diversity of products that work together rather than rely on one corporate solution for IT security,” remarked Saito at his Tokyo office.
The network security solution program was developed by NSFocus, and then rigorously tested and evaluated by Japan’s strict quality standards over a 5-year period. The security solution program was vetted by financial agencies to much acclaim. Saito stated, “InTecur is confident in bringing a cost-effective, carrier grade IT appliance with world-class quality, support and service to one of the toughest markets for security–the Middle East and GCC countries.”
General Manager Bolouri added, “We offer local support for these high-quality, highly tested products and at very reasonable costs, given the robust track record of the products.”
Networking Solutions and Professional Services
As specialists in network technologies (data, video, voice and wireless), InTecur knows what it takes to build a fully integrated network and represent the world’s leading network vendors. From network analysis and preparation for on-site installation to recommendations about managing the network, the company supports its channel partners with any sized networking project.
InTecur partners with a variety of resellers, integrators and value-added resellers in the small, mid-sized and enterprise markets. The company provides access to products, programs, services, support and knowledge that help channel partners to gain a competitive advantage in the way that they provide solutions to their customers.
InTecur provides its resellers with high-level customer support. By providing complete engagement services throughout a project’s lifecycle–from all convergence, security and networking solutions by multi-vendors to logistics operations–InTecur gives its partners a complete solution with flexible credit options.
William H. Saito
An innovator and expert in encryption, authentication and biometric technology, William Saito has spent the past two decades shaping information security policy and technology standards, establishing and selling companies and managing public corporations. While still in UCLA medical school, he founded I/O Software in 1991 and built it into a global leader in information security, earning recognition in 1998 as Entrepreneur of the Year from Ernst & Young. Clients and strategic partners included such companies as Sony, Microsoft, Intel, IBM, NEC and Schlumberger as well as various government agencies. In 2000, he negotiated an agreement with Microsoft Corporation to integrate I/O Software’s core authentication technology and biometric application program interface (BAPI) into the Windows operating system. The technology was subsequently licensed to over 160 companies worldwide. After Microsoft acquired the firm in 2004, Saito moved to Japan and founded InTecur, a global consultancy that helps clients worldwide optimize applications for innovative technologies. Among his many activities, he is an adviser to G-8 governments on information security policy, a serial venture capitalist, an active university lecturer, as well as a Young Global Leader and Global Agenda Council member of the World Economic Forum. Fluent in English and Japanese and an expert on Asian cultures and business practices, he is frequently invited to speak on security and related issues at industry conferences worldwide.
Mohammad Bolouri (Farzad)
Mohammad Bolouri (Farzad) is the General Manager of the Dubai office of InTecur, Inc. With over 18 years of IT and networking experience in the Middle East prior to joining InTecur, he spent the past 10 years managing the technical and sales operations of multinational networking companies in the United Arab Emirates. A technical and pre-sales expert, he brings a wealth of experience and expertise to client projects. He has received professional certifications and training in sales, pre-sales, and technology from major industry players such as Cisco, Microsoft, Juniper, Extreme Networks and others.
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