“The VMware TAP program offers Verdasys the tools and resources they need to develop high-value solutions that meet the needs of our mutual customers,” said Sheryl Sage, director of Alliance Programs, VMware.
The TAP program provides its partners with a set of VMware services and support, which include software licenses, technical support services, training and certification, sales and marketing programs as well as company inclusion in the VMware Partner Product Catalog.
Partners of the TAP program must meet a certain level of requirements based on the various membership tiers. In a press statement, Vice President of Business Development at Verdasys Marcus Brown stated that a partnership with VMware would ensure the security of their clients' data.
“Verdasys Digital Guardian's support for VMware View ensures that high-value data always remains in a company's control when shared among internal, remote, partner and outsourced workforces across real and virtual desktop environments,” said Brown.
The VMware TAP program has more than 2,000 members across the globe.
In other news, Verdasys recently announced the launch of Digital Guardian 6.0, an integrated Enterprise Information Protection solution for Global 2000 companies and government agencies.
In a release, the company noted DG6 extends Verdasys' EIP with new capabilities in mobile and virtualized platforms; policy federation; user-based classification; SharePoint integration; and Advanced Persistent Threat defense.
Digital Guardian is a scalable solution platform that provides several independent layers of protection to enable secure data sharing across physical, virtual, mobile, and cloud environments. Its integrated technology framework incorporates network, desktop, and server agents to identify, audit and control data risks throughout the business process.