Tech Data today announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with education technology provider Lightspeed Systems in Australia and New Zealand. This agreement will enable Tech Data to provide its partner network with Lightspeed’s integrated solutions for smarter school networks including Web Filter, Relay, Mobile Manager, and Management Bundle for Windows.
In today’s education environment, ever-increasing amounts of connected devices and evolving vulnerabilities are driving the need for advanced solutions and services that enable mobility, intelligence and protection. Lightspeed offers integrated device filtering, monitoring and management solutions developed especially for schools.
“Lightspeed is a powerful addition to our solutions portfolio, enhancing our offering in the education space,” said Wendy O’Keeffe, country general manager, Australia and New Zealand at Tech Data. “The education sector can present some great opportunities as IT spending continues to increase to keep environments technologically relevant and counter security threats. Tech Data partners can now leverage Lightspeed’s customizable and scalable solutions to drive profitable opportunities within this market.”
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