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Seán Morris, Chief Technology Officer at TitanHQ, discusses the importance of security awareness training for MSPs, and which key features to look out for.
Posted by Geraldine Hunt on Mon, Apr 25th, 2016
TitanHQ are delighted to have been awarded the 'ITAG ( Information Technology association of Galway) Enterpise Award'. The ITAG Awards aim to promote and recognize outstanding innovative technology and applications. The central theme underpinning each ITAG award is excellence.TitanHQ was awarded the Enterprise award for its outstanding contribution as product innovators: as centres of technical excellence; as employers, as drivers of regional economic growth; and for their myriad of other contributions to the Galway region and beyond.
It’s been a scintillating start to the year for TitanHQ who will add the ITAG enterprise award to their recent awards from Red Herring, SC (Secure Computing) magazine, CRN (Computer Reseller News) Coolest Vendor and three consecutive Virus Bulletin Awards.“This recognition from ITAG combined with our recent awards is a wonderful acknowledgment of how our security solutions are resonating with businesses today” commented Ronan Kavanagh, CEO of TitanHQ.
Pictured below from TitanHQ (left to right) - Sean Doherty, Sinead Feehily, Caroline Cawley (ITAG), Neil Farrell, Ronan Kavanagh, Martin Cooke.
Read all about our other recent awards here.
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