Friday, 21 June 2013

Datapac awarded Irish Partner of the Year 2013

Datapac, Ireland's largest indigenous ICT
solutions provider, has been awarded the title of Sophos 'Irish Partner
of the Year' for 2013. Sophos awarded the coveted partner title to
Datapac due to its ability to identify and secure new business
opportunites, as well as business renewals, throughout the past year.
Datapac also demonstrated exceptional commitment in the areas of sales
and engineer training, to ensure excellence across the entire spectrum
of the Sophos IT security portfolio.

This year's Sophos Partner Awards were held at the Intercontinental
Hotel in Athens, as part of the Sophos EMEA Partner Conference 2013. The
prestigious international event gives Sophos partners an insight into
the company's future plans and developments, which include a strong
focus on simplifying IT security for small and medium enterprises, along
with a renewed investment in Sophos' channel partners through its
innovative 'Channel First' program.

Datapac currently holds the highest Sophos accreditation in Ireland and
Dermot Hayden, Sophos Country Manager, Ireland commented on this
partnership, "Sophos' annual conference and awards ceremony is about
recognising our partners' efforts over the past year and in the case of
Datapac, they have been an exceptional partner in the Irish market for
some time now. We are therefore delighted to recognise that strong
investment in our partnership by awarding Datapac the title of Irish
Partner of the Year 2013".

Karen O'Connor, general manager service delivery, Datapac, said, "This
award recognises Datapac's growing presence in the Irish IT security
market. Our on-going commitment to growing and up-skilling our team,
ensures our customers are receiving the highest quality of service and

"As the security landscape continues to evolve, Sophos is designing and
releasing innovative technologies to combat the growing threats. At
Datapac, we complement this with our local knowledge and experience, to
ensure Irish businesses are protected at all times."