Gaining top notch results and holding a wealth of network security expertise, leading IT infrastructure provider Softcat has been awarded three major awards by security pioneers, Sophos.
At the Sophos EMEA Partner Conference in Lisbon this week, Softcat were awarded the 2017 Top Performer of the Year for UK and Ireland, the Complete Security Partner of the Year EMEA, and the Enterprise Partner of the Year UK and Ireland award.
Praising their commitment to providing award-winning next-generation network and endpoint protection, Sophos has recognised the hard work and amazing results that the Softcat team consistently achieve.
Colin Brown, Managing Director of Softcat, said, "We are delighted to accept the honour of this award and grateful for the appreciation of the effort our teams make. I'd like to congratulate all my colleagues who have been involved in achieving this title – their enthusiasm and hard work is what makes Softcat such an inspiring place to work."
Sophos is an innovator of synchronised security with over 100 million users in 150 countries across the globe. Striving to develop endpoint, network, encryption, web, email and mobile security solutions to work better together, they have a global channel of 26,000 registered partners. Softcat is proud to be offering their customers the best protection against sophisticated security threats and data loss, and this award is high acclaim and well-deserved recognition of a top performance.
James Baker, Alliances Director with Softcat, added, "Over our 15-year partnership with Sophos, we've seen them develop some really exciting innovations and we are pleased to be able to offer such high-quality products to our customers. Network security is one of our top priorities, so we are always looking for cutting edge and forward thinking advancements."
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