Roseville, CA, August 30, 2018 – To capture new opportunities in security and to integrate security across the entire portfolio, Quest, announced today that it has achieved the Advanced Security Architecture Specialization from Cisco. This specialization recognizes Quest as having fulfilled the training requirements to sell, design and deploy comprehensive Cisco Advanced Security Architecture solutions.
As a Cisco Advanced Security Architecture Specialized Partner, Quest has invested in the training required to deliver differentiated business value through the foundation of the Advanced Security architecture. Cisco Advanced Security Architecture Specialized Partners work with new and existing technologies to align components of this architecture with their customers’ strategic goals, helping transform business processes, boost organizational efficiency and accelerate the time to market.
“The threat landscape continually evolves as IT environments increase in complexity and integration” Quest President and CEO, Tim Burke, stated. “Cisco’s advanced solutions provide powerful tools that augment our resilient, security practice to meet growing customer demand.”
The Cisco Channel Partner Program provides partners with the training required to build sales, design and technical talent and then validates their skills through a third-party audit.
Quest is a worldwide leader in technology management offering a portfolio of professional, Cloud, and Managed Services. Either on-site or from one of over 25 secure global Service Delivery Centers, Quest offers Cybersecurity, Managed IT/Cloud, Disaster Recovery, Professional Services, and IT Infrastructure (product). Quest is listed on the most current Solution Provider 500 list.
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