Cato Signs Master Agent Agreements with MicroCorp and CNSGCato Networks
TEL AVIV, Israel, December 12, 2017 — Cato Networks, provider of Cato Cloud, the world’s first secure, global SD-WAN as a service, announced that MicroCorp and Converged Network Services Group (CNSG) have joined Cato’s channel partner program.
The partnership allows MicroCorp’s and CNSG’s agents to expand their services portfolio with the only cloud-based and secure, global SD-WAN service. Cato Cloud is an integrated networking and security platform that securely connects all enterprise locations, people, and data. Cato transforms enterprise WAN to support the way business is done today. Cato Cloud
- Reduces connectivity costs by augmenting or replacing MPLS services
- Improves performance between global locations and to cloud applications
- Eliminates branch networking and security appliances
- Provides secure Internet access everywhere, and
- Seamlessly integrates mobile users and cloud datacenters into the WAN.
MicroCorp and CNSG agents will be able to offer a highly differentiated service that helps customers increase agility, improve security posture, reduce costs, and support future growth.
“We’re excited to be working with disruptive master agencies, such as MicroCorp and CNSG,” said Nick Fan, Vice President of Sales for the Americas at Cato Networks. “Cato empowers agents to transform enterprise IT architectures with the only fully converged, SD-WAN as a service.”
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About Cato Networks
Cato Networks provides organizations with a cloud-based and secure global SD-WAN. Cato delivers an integrated networking and security platform that securely connects all enterprise locations, people, and data. Cato Cloud cuts MPLS costs, improves performance between global locations and to cloud applications, eliminates branch appliances, provides secure Internet access everywhere, and seamlessly integrates mobile users and cloud datacenters into the WAN. Based in Tel Aviv, Israel, Cato Networks was founded in 2015 by cybersecurity luminary Shlomo Kramer, co-founder of Check Point Software Technologies and Imperva, and Gur Shatz, co-founder of Incapsula. Visit www.catonetworks.com and Twitter: @CatoNetworks.
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