Tanium, a provider of unified endpoint management and security built for the world’s most demanding IT environments, announced a strategic channel partnership with cybersecurity and network performance solutions provider, M.Tech.
The partnership between M.Tech and Tanium aims to help organizations in Singapore and across the Asean region to better manage their operations, secure their enterprise IT environments, and close endpoint visibility gaps with speed and scale. Although a new entrant to the region, Tanium helps manage, protect, and control millions of their endpoints several global organizations.
Founded in 2007, Tanium is a privately held endpoint security and systems management company based in Emeryville, California.
Together, M.Tech and Tanium will help customers manage their IT operations and gain valuable insight into their critical remote assets, whether it’s across laptops, servers, virtual machines, containers, or cloud infrastructure. The partnership forms part of Tanium’s global channel strategy and expansion into Singapore and the Asean region, which comes at a time when businesses across industries are adapting to the new remote working environment.
“The need to accelerate the speed of digital transformation has been felt by businesses and organizations in Singapore and across the ASEAN region in recent months. Now, more than ever, companies recognize the need to adopt robust cyber hygiene and security technologies to safeguard their endpoint devices and environments,” said Alvin Tan, regional VP of Tanium Singapore.
Throughout the partnership, M.Tech will be the recipient of the “Tanium Partner Advantage,” the business’ flagship program for supporting and enabling partners like M.Tech at every stage of the customer journey. Tanium’s ecosystem of trusted partners helps enterprises and government organizations solve today’s most difficult security, compliance, and IT operations challenges.
“As we embark on this strategic partnership together, we are looking forward to helping even more customers across the region protect and secure their IT environments for today’s modern working environment,” said Stanley Foo, CEO of M.Tech.