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July 25, 2011

Webinar - Astaro Presents Webinar on How Security Services Can Help Your Business Grow

A free Webinar will be presented on August 10 titled “How can security services make your business grow?,” which does a pretty good job explaining what the presentation will cover.

Register now to be sure not to miss this event, which will happen at 2:00 in the afternoon on the East Coast and at 11:00 in the morning out on the West Coast.

In the competitive services industry service providers “need to find new ways meet the ever changing needs of their clients while increasing increase their own revenue,” Webinar organizers say, adding that “the growing security services market offers service providers an opportunity to complete their service offerings while meeting the demand for security as a service.”

Presenting will be Bob Darabant (News - Alert), the Vice President of the Americas Region for Astaro. Darabant brings extensive experience in sales and marketing to Astaro in order to help grow the US operations by improving engagement within the partner community and by creating new revenue streams and increasing Astaro’s (News - Alert) presence in the security market.

Prior to joining Astaro, he was co-founder of Montego Networks where he introduced the industry’s first virtual machine to virtual machine security software. In addition, Bob has held a variety of executive level positions including serving as the Vice President of Sales at NetScreen, and Executive Vice President Sales & Marketing at Reflex Security and Blue Socket.

Also presenting will be Charles Weaver (News - Alert) is the CEO and co-founder of the MSPAlliance (the International Association of Managed Service Providers). Since its founding in 2000, the organization has grown from fewer than five founding members to well over 14,000 members worldwide. Under Weaver’s management the MSPAlliance has expanded its reach and influence to include education, standards of conduct, and certifications for managed services professionals and companies.

David Sims is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of David’s articles, please visit his columnist page. He also blogs for TMCnet here.

Edited by Rich Steeves