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Technology Alliances

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IBM is one of the world's largest IT solutions developers. InfoWatch became IBM business partner in 2004

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Oracle is the world's largest supplier of corporate software. InfoWatch is a member of Oracle Partner Network. Oracle RDBMS is used in InfoWatch flagship product – InfoWatch Traffic Monitor Enterprise. The companies have collaborated to provide an integrated InfoWatch Traffic Monitor + Oracle IRM solution that protects sensitive information against unauthorized access and leakage.

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HP is the world's largest technology company, with a portfolio that spans printing, personal computing, software, services and IT infrastructure. InfoWatch products are integrated with HP Open View Service Desk.

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Cisco is the world’s leading network solutions provider. Integrated InfoWatch Traffic Monitor and Cisco IronPort S-series solution efficiently protects employee workstations and corporate servers against malware and multiple other web-threats and controls information transferred via various electronic channels and processed at user workstations to prevent sensitive data leakage and improper corporate utilities use.

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Lenovo is a leading provider of innovative solutions to both individuals and businesses, manufacturing PCs, convertible computers, workstations, servers, storage systems, smart TVs, and a broad range of mobile devices, including smartphones, tablets, and software.

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Huawei is a global ICT leader manufacturing telecom networks, B2B and B2C solutions. High-performance and fault-tolerant Huawei servers are ideal for InfoWatch Traffic Monitor deployment.

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Inspur is one of the most reputable Chinese IT brands with more than 60 years of track record, offering cloud-based solutions, cloud platforms and services, as well as developing a variety of data handling systems, software, services, and semiconductors. One of the top five IT companies in the world, Inspur exports its products to more than 50 countries in Asia, North and South Americas, Europe, and Africa.

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Founded in Sweden in 1993, Qlik is the pioneer and acknowledged leader in data discovery, according to independent analytical agencies. Using Qlik technologies, InfoWatch created its advanced InfoWatch Vision module for visual analytics of information flows in real time.

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ABBYY is one of the world's leading software developers and service providers when it comes to linguistics, semantics, optical recognition, and processing technologies. ABBYY technologies are used in flagship InfoWatch Traffic Monitor.

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Palo Alto Networks is a network security leader and a pioneer in new generation firewalls (NGFW). Together with Palo Alto Networks, InfoWatch offers customers an end-to-end solution for protection against external and internal threats, including encrypted traffic inspection.

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Check Point Software Technologies is a global cybersecurity leader and the only provider of end-to-end protection tools for networks, data, and network endpoints with a unified management structure. Such a unique approach provides Check Point customers with unrelenting protection against all threat types and reduces both security system complexity and TCO.

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Positive Technologies is one of the global leaders in integrated protection of large-scale information systems against modern cyber threats. Positive Technologies automatically connects InfoWatch Traffic Monitor as a cybersecurity event source for MaxPatrol SIEM.

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Inc. Lumension Security, Inc., a global leader in operational endpoint security. Integrated InfoWatch Traffic Monitor and Lumension Device Control enables full control over classified data turnover including central management of removable devices and/or media usage in corporate environment.