The partnership, sealed via the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU), will see Huawei become a key partner of Ivanti in their transnational large-scale integration endeavours.
Shenzhen-based company Huawei will make use of Ivanti’s Unified Endpoint Manager and Endpoint Security for Endpoint Manager in an attempt to enhance control of its CloudCampus access control system, which delivers fine-grained user group management policies.
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Furthermore, Ivanti’s digital transformation strategies are set to be enhanced by the integration of Huawei’s Enterprise Service, joining 211 of the Fortune Global 500 companies in making use of Huawei’s digital transformation services.
Steve Daly, CEO of Ivanti, says that the two companies share “a global vision to power multinational customers’ digital transformation goals with unprecedented security and efficiency”.
“We are honored to partner with Huawei in this win-win agreement, which will result in improved security and service availability for our mutual customers.”
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Meanwhile, Vice-President, Switch & Enterprise Gateway Line at Huawei, Lianhe Wu, said: “Ivanti and Huawei see the potential of unified endpoint management with integrated endpoint security in the market.”
“As influencers in their respective technical fields, they will promote the technological growth of these solutions, and bring more advanced, mature, and diversified solutions to more customers of Huawei, while growing greater customer marketshare.”
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